Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

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June is National Safety Month

As our community continues its response to COVID-19 and slowly starts to recover, all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. At Unity Care NW, we’re beginning to welcome back our patients as we return to providing routine medical and dental care. As we do so, National Safety Month takes on a special meaning this year.

When you return to Unity Care NW, you’ll notice that many things have changed, but one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety. We have put additional safety measures in place, including screening for both staff and patients entering our health centers, masking requirements, and limits on the number of people accompanying patients to visits and those occupying waiting rooms.

To learn more about the safety measures we are adopting, click here. If you have any questions, please call us at (360) 676-6177.

 

 

Congressional Action to Fund Community Health Centers Needed

Several months ago, the U.S. Congress extended short-term funding for the nation’s community health centers. Unfortunately, however, the funding package did not provide the long-term certainty and sustainability that health centers need to do our work.

The COVID-19 epidemic has added new urgency to providing stable, long-term funding to community health centers across the United States. The recent stimulus package passed by Congress fell considerably short of addressing health center revenue lost due to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, and only provides a short-term fix to the Community Health Center Fund. As Congress turns its attention to another relief package, it’s critical that community health centers receive additional assistance and the assurance of five years of sustainable funding.

We ask that you take a moment to contact our Congressional representatives and voice your support for prioritizing increased, long-term funding for community health centers in the next stimulus package. Take action now!

Thank you for your support.