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HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital ranked #1 hospital in Massachusetts

Centering community and place Mobilizing anchor institutions

Steve Roach, interim president for HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, highlights the Healthcare Anchor Network’s role helping the hospital pursue its Anchor Mission work of investing in the local community. 

“Our commitment to community health is exemplified by our work with Anchor Mission initiative, through the Healthcare Anchor Network, resulting in our recent investment in the Fitchburg Arts Community housing project. We are also in the process of granting over $2.3 million in funds through 2024 to local nonprofits that embrace our community health needs assessment and strive to make an impact in the healthcare available in our community.”

Publication date: 2020-07-11
Parent publication: Sentinel and Enterprise
Publication URL: HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital ranked #1 hospital in Massachusetts

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