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CHC Launches new Endowment

Friday, September 14, 2018

Community Health Care Launches the Kimi & George Tanbara, MD Endowment Fund for Patient Care – September 2018 – by Rick Oldenburg, CAP Dr. George Tanbara and his wife Kimi were remarkably loving and generous individuals. Their concern for community, and willingness to support healthcare for the poorer members of our society, is legendary. Dr. … Read More

Jim Walton, B&W

Jim Walton, 2018 Honoree of the Kimi and George Tanbara, MD Humanitarian Award

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Congratulations to Jim Walton, the newest recipient of the Kimi and George Tanbara, MD Humanitarian Award. This award, while not given yearly, is presented to those members of our community who have left a profound impact on Community Health Care and Pierce County. Jim Walton is one of Community Health Care’s six founders and has … Read More

New Investments to Strengthen Community Health Centers

Friday, August 17, 2018

  U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell Senators Murray, Cantwell Announce Significant New Investments to Strengthen Community Health Centers Washington August 15, 2018 Contacts:  Kerry Arndt (Murray) (202) 224-2834 | Bryan Watt (Cantwell) (202) 224-8277 Senators Murray, Cantwell Announce Significant New Investments to Strengthen Community Health Centers Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded more than $3.8 … Read More

HIV/AIDS Red Ribbon

Spotlight: Ryan White Program

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Located on the third floor of the Hilltop Clinic, Community Health Care’s Ryan White Program provides holistic health care for persons living with HIV (PLWH) in Pierce County. The Program is funded under the Ryan White CARE Act which improves access to HIV-related services for low-income, uninsured, or under-insured clients living with HIV. The Ryan White team works tirelessly to ensure … Read More

Relay for Life

Monday, June 18, 2018

Our Community Health Care team participated in the Relay for Life event on Friday, June 15th and Saturday, June 16th  at Franklin Pierce High School. Community Health Care staff engage in Relay for Life each year. Our team has cancer survivors, friends and those touched by the need to support the work being done by countless institutions to … Read More