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SOURCE Tri-Cities Community Health
KENNEWICK, Wash., Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Tri-Cities Community Health (www.myTCCH.org) is introducing its seventh location by hosting a community grand opening and ribbon cutting event at the new Kennewick facility at noon on March 7 at 3180 West Clearwater, Suite A.
The non-profit health agency has been expanding its facilities to better serve the Tri-Cities community and now has seven locations in Pasco, Kennewick and Richland. In addition to more facilities, Tri-Cities Community Health now boasts 16 high quality, board-certified physicians.
"The new Kennewick clinic is much larger and more functional than the former location," said Al Cordova, the CEO of Tri-Cities Community Health. "The facility can hold its own with any modern private practice clinic. The ambiance is one in which patients are treated as valuable customers and it houses a state-of-the-art, full-service dental program staffed with our most experienced dentist."
Join the Tri-Cities Community Health board of directors, ambassadors from the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce and representatives from the City of Kennewick to memorialize this achievement at noon on March 7. Light refreshments will be served and there will be plenty of photo opportunities.
Tri-Cities Community Health is a private, non-profit, federally qualified health care organization with locations in Pasco and Kennewick and Richland, Wash. The health agency was incorporated in 1981 and has been serving the Tri-Cities area with quality health care services for more than 30 years.
Patients can be seen within 1-2 days and the new Kennewick clinic welcomes Medicaid and Medicare patients. For those who do not have insurance, the fees are set up to what patients can afford. No patient is turned away due to inability to pay.
The agency's care centers offer Family Practice, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, Urgent Care, Behavioral Health Services, Detox Services, Psychiatric Services, WIC Services, Dental Services and a wide array of enabling services.
Tri-Cities Community Health serves the entire Tri-Cities geographical area by ensuring anyone in need of cost-effective, high-quality primary care services has access to quality health care.
For more information about Tri-Cities Community Health, log on to www.myTCCH.org