Providence Community Health Centers provides a big safety net to keep community healthy

FEELING SAFE: In 2019, two Providence Community Health Centers locations were designated as LGBTQ “Safe Zones” by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. From left are Dr. Andrew Saal, chief medical officer; Merrill Thomas, CEO and president; Michael Spoerri, health center director; Guillaume Bagal, former head of diversity and inclusion at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; and health center staffers Maria Quiroa, Ester DaCruz and Diane Sette. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS
FEELING SAFE: In 2019, two Providence Community Health Centers locations were designated as LGBTQ “Safe Zones” by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. From left are Dr. Andrew Saal, chief medical officer; Merrill Thomas, CEO and president; Michael Spoerri, health center director; Guillaume Bagal, former head of diversity and inclusion at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; and health center staffers Maria Quiroa, Ester DaCruz and Diane Sette. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS
PBN DIVERSITY & INCLUSIONS 2020 AWARDS Health Care: Providence Community Health Centers AS THE LARGEST primary health care provider in Providence, and with a patient base of more than 60,000, Providence Community Health Centers cannot help but tackle diversity head on every day. But it is the organization’s commitment to inclusion that makes PCHC so…

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