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Improving health care access

The Rhode Island Foundation on May 30 awarded $1.8 million to seven organizations from its Fund for a Healthy Rhode Island. Winners were chosen for their focus on creating access to affordable, primary care for patients. The grants range from $100,000 to $375,000 over two or three years. Pictured from left are: Dr. Kathleen Hittner, senior vice president for community health and perioperative services, Lifespan; Providence Mayor Angel Taveras; Neil Steinberg, foundation president & CEO and Merrill Thomas, Providence Community Health Centers CEO.

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Improving health care access

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The Rhode Island Foundation on May 30 awarded $1.8 million to seven organizations from its Fund for a Healthy Rhode Island. Winners were chosen for their focus on creating access to affordable, primary care for patients. The grants range from $100,000 to $375,000 over two or three years. Pictured from left are: Dr. Kathleen Hittner, senior vice president for community health and perioperative services, Lifespan; Providence Mayor Angel Taveras; Neil Steinberg, foundation president & CEO and Merrill Thomas, Providence Community Health Centers CEO.

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