R.I. Foundation announces $270K in health care improvement grants

Neil D. Steinberg announces more than $270,000 in Rhode Island Foundation grants.
RHODE ISLAND Foundation President and CEO Neil D. Steinberg announces that five nonprofits will receive more than $270,000 in grants to improve health care services in Rhode Island, as, from left, Sandra Powell of the state Department of Health; Ana Morquecho, a patient at the Rhode Island Free Clinic; Marie Ghazal, CEO of the Rhode Island Free Clinic; and Karen Voci, president of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, look on. /COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – In an effort to improve the health care Rhode Islanders receive, the Rhode Island Foundation recently announced more than $270,000 in grants was awarded to five organizations, for everything from providing medical care to uninsured women to reducing the frequency of emergency room visits due to behavioral health issues. “Developing an inclusive primary…

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