J. C. Blair implements solutions to address its Community Health Needs Assessment

 

Dr. Robert Gillio moved to town with a wealth of experience in community engagement and improvement with his work with the Force for Health Foundation. Working with the hospital leadership and support, the programs are being modified to serve the needs of Huntingdon County and address the CHNA objectives to improve access to care, health and wellness for all, and mental health and addiction issues.

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