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SALISBURY — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has recognized Chesapeake Health Care for its commitment to quality …
SALISBURY — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has recognized Chesapeake Health Care for its commitment to quality health care by awarding it six Community Health Center Quality Recognition (CQHR) badges. They are:
The Community Health Quality Recognition (CHQR) badges recognize Health Center Program awardees that have made notable quality improvement achievements in the areas of access, quality, health equity, health information technology, and COVID-19 public health emergency response for the most recent UDS reporting period.
“These awards recognize our achievements in our daily focus of providing critical, primary, and preventive quality care for some of the community’s most vulnerable members. I would like to thank the entire CHC team for their hard work in ensuring our continued high-quality care and accessibility, which ultimately led to these nationally recognized awards,” said Brian Holland, CEO.
“I’m proud of our entire staff who works together to develop and implement strategies that improve the quality, efficiency, and value of health care for those in our community, so we’re very pleased and proud to be honored for our work.”
Chesapeake Health Care currently provides health care to more than 51,000 patients in the Lower Eastern Shore every year. To view CHC’s program awardee data submitted to HRSA, visit https://bit.ly/3KEMJJ1.