Memorial Medical Center Presents Grant to Stanislaus County Health Services Agency
Nearly $64,000 grant to support local behavioral health programs
Memorial Medical Center and Sutter Health presented a check for nearly $64,000 in grant funding to the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency (HSA). The grant, part of a multi-year contribution from the not-for-profit network, will continue to assist the HSA in providing patient services for their Integrated Behavioral Health programs.
“This marks over eleven years of continuous support of the HSA by Memorial Medical Center,” said James Conforti, chief executive officer of Memorial Medical Center. “The HSA’s community health improvement projects provide much-needed support of Stanislaus County’s underserved population, and we are happy to help.”
The funding is made possible through Sutter Health’s Community Clinic Access to Care grant program, focused on supporting medical and dental care centers across Northern California serving large percentages of low-income, uninsured and underinsured patients.
Read more in a press release from Sutter Health’s Central Valley. Region.