The Clinic has been mentioned in several publications recently. Below are samples of articles which feature the work of The Clinic. We hope that you check this page and our facebook page frequently for the most current information, or follow us on Twitter @TheClinicPA
The Clinic Selected as First Clinical Site for New Chester County Food Bank Pilot Program “Fruit and Vegetable RX program.” The new program is led by Dr. Ana Negrón, a clinic volunteer and family practice doctor who also teaches patients in The Clinic’s Heart Healthy Program.
- Doctors writing fruit and vegetable prescriptions to battle hunger • Philly.com (05/10/2017)
The Girls in Medicine Program (GIM) is a one-year enrichment program for highly motivated and talented high school girls interested in pre-medicine and healthcare careers. GIM is the only hospital based and community based program for girls in Pennsylvania. Here are a few articles describing our community response to this novel, exciting outreach.
- Notre Dame Girls Set For ‘Girls In Medicine’
- Phoenixville’s The Clinic receives $10,000 Girls In Medicine program grant
- The Clinic in Phoenixville Receives $10,000 Grant
- 11 Students Selected for Girls in Medicine Program at Agnes Irwin School
The Clinic was featured in the recent issue of the Independence Blue Cross Journal of Change. The Clinic was one example of a clinic “meeting the challenge for bringing hope to the uninsured.”
Independence Blue Cross Journal of Change (Issue 2, Volume 2).
The Clinic was featured in two local papers this past September. The feature article from the Pottstown Mercury appears below. The same article was featured in the Daily Local the previous day.
Phoenixville clinic offers care for those with no insurance • The Mecury, Pottstown, PA (9/27/2013)