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Anchorum St. Vincent pledges $27M for community programs, grants

Anchorum St. Vincent announced a three-year, $27.1 million commitment to address health, housing and economic inequalities in Santa Fe as part of a 14-hospital commitment of more than $700 million across the country. The Healthcare Anchor Network in September asked member CEOs to pledge to the 2020 Healthcare Anchor Network Leadership Commitment with Anchorum St. Vincent, a nonprofit community health impact organization, Anchorum CEO Peter Bastone said.

Publication date: 2019-12-02
Parent publication: Santa Fe New Mexican
Publication URL: https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/business/anchorum-st-vincent-pledges-m-for-community-programs-grants/article_3d390593-e62e-5f39-96d4-6adb5b781e97.html

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