KENNEWICK, Wash. - Tri-Cities Community Health has gone through a series of changes in the past year. The latest includes a move from their small Kennewick facility to a larger one.
The new one, located just off of Clearwater Avenue, offers enough space for TCCH to expand their services from only primary medical care to dental and mental health, as well.
The Clinic opened to patients earlier this year. Thursday, they held an open house.
"Our mission is to provide health care to people who are uninsured or on Medicare or Medicaid. We're sort of a safety net and so we're proud to be able to be here to serve the people of Kennewick because we do see a need here," said CEO Al Cordova.
During the open house a proclamation was read by members of Kennewick's City Council. Tri-Cities Community Health was named business of the day.
Monday, December 9 2013 9:22 PM EST2013-12-10 02:22:05 GMT
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