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Michigan Primary Care Association Membership Directory 2011-2012

Community Health Centers | Community Based Providers

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5 About MPCA 10 About Community Health Centers 14 Advantage Health Centers Detroit 16 Alcona Health Centers Lincoln 18 American Indian Health & Family Services of Southeastern Michigan, Inc. Detroit 20 Baldwin Family Health Care Baldwin 22 Barry-Eaton District Health Department Charlotte 24 Bay Mills Health Center Brimley 26 Cassopolis Family Clinic Cassopolis 28 Center for Family Health Jackson 30 Cherry Street Health Services Grand Rapids 32 Community Health & Social Services Center (CHASS) Detroit 34 Covenant Community Care Detroit 36 Detroit Community Health Connection Detroit 38 Downriver Community Services Algonac 40 East Jordan Family Health Center East Jordan 42 Family Health Center, Inc. Kalamazoo 44 Family Health Center of Battle Creek Battle Creek 46 Family Medical Center of Michigan Temperance 48 Hackley Community Care Center Muskegon 50 Hamilton Community Health Network Flint 52 Health Centers Detroit Medical Group Detroit 54 Health Delivery, Inc. Saginaw 56 Ingham County Health Department Lansing 58 InterCare Community Health Network Bangor 60 MidMichigan Health Services Houghton Lake 62 Muskegon Family Care Muskegon 64 Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc. Traverse City 66 Oakland Primary Health Services Pontiac 68 Saint Mary’s Health Care Community Health Centers Grand Rapids 70 St. John Providence Health System Warren 72 Sterling Area Health Center Sterling 74 The Wellness Plan Medical Centers Detroit 76 Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. Hillman 78 Traverse Health Clinic Traverse City 80 Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center Gwinn 82 Upper Peninsula Association of Rural Health Services, Inc. Marquette 84 Western Wayne Family Health Centers Inkster

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Michigan CHC Sites

For site addresses and contact information, see pages 14-85.

MPCA represents 32 Community Health Center organizations that operate 185 sites across the state.

For over 30 years, MPCA has been the voice for Community Health Centers (CHCs) and other community based providers in Michigan. MPCA got its beginnings in the late 1970s as a networking organization of Health Centers and stakeholders interested in fostering primary care in rural underserved communities across the state. With the realization that urban communities also had great health care needs, the Association quickly broadened its scope to include urban Michigan communities as well. Today, 32 Michigan CHCs provide quality, affordable, comprehensive primary and preventive health care for nearly 600,000 patients annually at 185 sites across the state. Information about CHCs begins on page 10.

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WHO WE ARE, WHAT WE DO Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is a leader in building a healthy society in which all residents have convenient and affordable access to quality health care. Our mission is to promote, support, and develop comprehensive, accessible, and affordable community-based primary health care services to everyone in Michigan.

MEMBERSHIP Active MPCA membership is open to organizational providers of primary care that support the mission of MPCA and includes a seat on the Board of Directors and full voting privileges. Associate membership is open to individuals or organizations that support the mission of MPCA but do not qualify for active membership. OUR SERVICES u Clinical Support & Quality Improvement A core focus of MPCA’s work is to support quality primary health care services in Michigan through training and support in patient safety, Patient-Centered Medical Home adoption, quality assurance and improvement plans, UDS clinical measures, chronic disease management, preventive/wellness health care, and improvement models. mpca.net/clinical.html u Communications

MPCA communicates internally and externally through our website, blog, weekly eUpdate, and social networking sites. We also host communication networks to promote information sharing, educational opportunities, and peer-to-peer networking among CHC staff. mpca.net/communications.html

u Community

Development With the goal of 100% access to health care in Michigan and zero health disparities, MPCA assists communities in determining the best approach to providing access to care. mpca.net/development.html

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HealthCorps This statewide program focuses on Healthy Futures through AmeriCorps member service in CHCs and with other partners. Its priority areas include access to care, disease prevention, health promotion initiatives, health literacy, childhood obesity, other unmet health needs, and volunteer recruitment and development. mpca.net/healthcorps.html u Data

Analysis MPCA analyzes a variety of data to highlight the need for redistributing the supply of primary care, dental health, and mental health professionals to areas with the highest need; support proposals presented to grantmakers, policymakers, legislators, and partner organizations; and identify trends and interventions to improve the health of underserved communities and vulnerable populations. mpca.net/shortage.html mpca.net/data-stats.html u Education

& Training MPCA hosts education and training events throughout the year to strengthen and improve the ability of Michigan CHCs to deliver high-quality health care to medically underserved communities. mpca.net/events.html u Emergency

Management MPCA works with local, state, and national partners to assist CHCs in emergency management planning and response, and provides information to partners about the role of CHCs in their community at all times, and the potential role of CHCs in the event of an emergency. mpca.net/emergency.html u Outreach

& Enrollment MPCA is committed to serving Michigan families by enrolling children in the state’s MIChild and Healthy Kids programs. It places Community Navigators across the state, and hosts enrollment events to connect eligible children with these programs. MPCA also works with member Community Health Centers to help children currently enrolled retain their health coverage through innovative usage of technology and quality renewal assistance. mpca.net/enroll.html u Policy

& Advocacy MPCA works with policymakers and elected officials helping to create an environment in our state that assures all residents have access to medical, dental, and behavioral health services within their communities. Each year MPCA identifies legislative priorities that will improve the ability of CHCs to provide quality health care services to all in need, and we analyze policies that may affect Health Centers and access to care. MPCA also advocates at the state and federal level, and educates our members about policy and legislative issues impacting CHCs. mpca.net/policy-advocacy.html

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Populations MPCA works with members and partner agencies to better understand and respond to the needs of Michigan’s homeless individuals and families, residents living with HIV, and migrant and seasonal farmworkers. mpca.net/homeless.html mpca.net/HIV.html mpca.net/migrant.html

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Assistance & Consulting Services MPCA’s technical assistance and consulting services help maintain and strengthen Michigan CHCs, provide surveillance, facilitate CHC growth, improve clinical quality, leverage and enhance CHC revenue, promote workforce development,

u VirtualCHC

& HIT Network VirtualCHC provides CHCs with high quality software applications using advanced online technologies. We pride ourselves on offering convenient, effective solutions to the challenges that CHCs face in maintaining the technology necessary to provide their staff with excellent management tools in order to meet their unique management reporting requirements while providing their patients the highest quality care. mpca.net/virtual.html virtualchc.net u Workforce

Development MPCA places a strong emphasis on developing and monitoring workforce development initiatives to increase the effectiveness of health professional recruitment and retention programs for MPCA and Michigan CHCs. mpca.net/workforce.html

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and enhance the role of CHCs as collaborating partners. mpca.net/ta.html

Board of Directors MPCA is guided by a Board of Directors comprised of executive directors and other representatives of Michigan CHCs. An executive committee consisting of a president, president-elect, treasurer, secretary, and Health Center board member committee chair lead the Board of Directors. mpca.net/directors.html

7215 Westshire Drive, Lansing, Michigan 48917 www.mpca.net | 517.381.8000

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•8• Staff Kim Sibilsky, Executive Director 517.381.8001 ksibilsky@mpca.net Rebecca Cienki, MPH, Director of Strategic Growth 517.827.0474 rcienki@mpca.net Fay Thiel, Network Development Director 517.827.0480 fthiel@virtualchc.net Patrick Burke, Director of Finance & Operations 517.381.8002 pburke@mpca.net Mazhar Shaik, MD, MBA, Chief Clinical Officer 517.827.0487 mshaik@mpca.net Dustin Barber, Information Technology Assistant 517.827.0483 dbarber@virtualchc.net Kimberly Benjamin, PHR, Workforce Development Specialist 517.827.0468 kbenjamin@mpca.net Phillip Bergquist, Manager of Health Center Operations, CHIPRA Program Director 517.827.0473 pbergquist@mpca.net Carolee Besteman, RN, MS, Clinical Consultant 517.827.0462 cbesteman@mpca.net John Cahill, Information Systems Manager 517.827.0486 jcahill@virtualchc.net Andrea Charlton, MPH, MSW, Community Health Planning Specialist 517.827.0475 acharlton@mpca.net Neal Colburn, CPHIT, CPEHR, Director of Capital Development 517.827.0472 ncolburn@mpca.net Bill Collin, MBA, CPME, Project Manager 517.614.0707 bcollin@virtualchc.net Michael Gleason, Network Administrator 517.827.0482 mgleason@virtualchc.net Laura Groat, Health Access Coordinator 517.827.0469 lgroat@mpca.net Matt Herwaldt, CMA, Accounting Manager 517.381.8003 mherwaldt@mpca.net

Barbara Lincoln, Conference & Events Coordinator 517.853.1062 blincoln@mpca.net Kevin McGhee, AmeriCorps Program Specialist 517.827.0467 kmcghee@mpca.net Lynda Meade, MPA, Program Manager 517.827.0470 lmeade@mpca.net Douglas M. Paterson, MPA, Director of State Policy 517.827.0463 dpaterson@mpca.net Rob Pazdan, Manager of Network Operations 517.827.0481 rpazdan@virtualchc.net

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Dana Lawrence, Communications Manager 517.381.9440 dlawrence@mpca.net

Natasha Robinson, CHIPRA Program Specialist 517.899.3441 natasha.robinson@mpca.net Erin Rogers, Administrative Assistant 517.381.8000 erogers@mpca.net Cindy Shaw, CHRS, CERP, Certified Human Resources Specialist 517.381.8004 cshaw@mpca.net Erin Sloan-Turner, CHIPRA Program Specialist 517.899.5641 esloan-turner@mpca.net John Taylor, AmeriCorps Program Director 517.827.0464 jtaylor@mpca.net Jon Villasurda, MPH, Data & Policy Specialist 517.827.0465 jvillasurda@mpca.net

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What makes Community Health Centers different? u Community

Health Centers have provided comprehensive, accessible, affordable, quality primary and preventive health care for over 40 years

u Michigan

Community Health Centers are part of a nationwide network of 1,200 Health Centers spread across 50 states and all U.S. territories that provide care for over 20 million people at over 8,000 delivery sites

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Community Health Centers’ fees are based on patients’ ability to pay

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Health Centers provide quality health care to all people regardless of insurance status or income level

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Health Centers are staffed by highly competent health care professional teams

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Health Centers are community controlled by patient majority boards of directors

Four types of Health Centers are funded under Section 330 of the Public Service Act and are also called Federally Qualified Health Centers.

“Health Center” is a broad term for a diverse range of public and non-profit organizations and programs that focus on improving the health of individuals and their communities by providing highquality, affordable primary care and preventive services. Nationwide, they are the health care home for over 20 million U.S. residents. Each Health Center’s staffing models, facilities, scope of services, and approaches are tailored to meet the unique needs of its patients and surrounding communities. Many individuals have difficulty accessing medical care because of where they live, the language they speak, and their complex health care needs. Health Centers provide culturally appropriate health care that is close to where patients live, at times that are convenient, and in languages patients can understand. Health Centers have professionally trained health care teams. These teams may include board-certified or board-eligible physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, certified nurse midwives, medical assistants, mental health and substance abuse professionals, dentists, and dental hygienists. The clinicians of each team work together to provide a core of primary and preventive health services to individuals and families throughout all life stages, from pediatric through geriatric. Four types of Health Centers as described on page 12 are funded under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. These Health Centers are also called Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and they must meet the following requirements: uBe

located in or serve a Medically Underserved Area/Population (MUA or MUP) as designated by the Health Resources and Services Administration; health care is needed but scarce in these areas

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under a patient majority board of directors

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u Provide

comprehensive primary health, oral health, and mental health/substance abuse services, as well as supportive services such as translation and transportation assistance, that promote access to health care to everyone in the community in all stages of the life cycle

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uninsured patients for services on a sliding-fee scale that is based on their family size and income

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• 12 • SECTION 330E Community Health Centers Community Health Centers (CHCs) were developed in 1965 in response to community need for improved health services for inner city populations. As part of the federal government’s War on Poverty, funding was made available for communities to establish primary care centers to provide comprehensive health services, regardless of ability to pay. Although there have been many changes in the CHC program over the years, its foundation remains the same—to provide highquality primary and preventive health care to people in rural and urban medically underserved areas. Medical underservice is defined by a shortage of professionals or health services and high rates of poverty and infant mortality. It may also include special considerations, such as lack of Medicaid providers, lack of bilingual services, or a large percentage of uninsured persons. SECTION 330G Migrant Health Centers Migrant Health Centers (MHCs) were established in 1962 to provide comprehensive primary care services to migrant and seasonal agricultural workers and their families in a culturally sensitive environment. Like CHCs, MHCs provide comprehensive health care services to their target population at a price that is affordable and regardless of insurance status. MHCs use culturally-sensitive clinical protocols, bilingual health personnel, and lay outreach workers. In 2010, five Migrant Health Centers operated 57 sites and served 16,858 migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Michigan, about 18% of the state’s migrant and seasonal population. SECTION 330H Health Care for the Homeless Centers Modeled after a demonstration project jointly funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Pew Charitable Trust, the Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) program was initiated in 1987 as part of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act. In 1996, Congress passed the Health Centers Consolidation Act, which joined the HCH program to the community, migrant, and public housing primary health care programs under a single authority called the Consolidated Health Center Program. The HCH program provides federal grants to non-profit organizations to deliver primary health care and substance abuse services to homeless individuals and families. Like the CHC program, the HCH program provides a multidisciplinary approach to the delivery of care by combining systems of primary care, substance abuse and mental health services, patient management, and education with aggressive outreach. Either through direct provision or through established links with other community agencies, eight HCH programs operate 54 sites and serve over 15,659 homeless individuals in Michigan. SECTION 330I Public Housing Health Centers The Public Housing Primary Care Program was established to support the provision of accessible and comprehensive preventive and primary health care services to residents of public housing. Health promotion and disease prevention are emphasized, and primary health care services are provided on the premises of public housing developments or at other locations immediately accessible to residents of public housing. There are currently no Public Housing Health Centers in Michigan.

Indian Health Services The most prominent provider of health services to American Indians is the Indian Health Service (IHS). The IHS provides both direct care and contract care to members of federally recognized tribes on or near federal reservations. The IHS funds two MPCA members—American Indian Health & Family Services of Southeastern Michigan, Inc. and Bay Mills Health Center—to provide urban Indians in Southeast Michigan and Chippewa County respectively with comprehensive health care services, which include medical, community health, dental, and mental health/substance abuse services. Ryan White CARE Title III Clinics Health care organizations funded under the Ryan White CARE Act Title III Early Intervention Services Program provide a comprehensive continuum of outpatient HIV primary care services including HIV counseling, testing, and referral; medical evaluation and clinical care; other primary care services; and referrals to other health services. Community Health Centers, Migrant Health Centers, and Health Care for the Homeless sites funded under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act may receive Title III grants.

“Care received at Health Centers is ranked among the most cost-effective, and Health Centers reduce the need for more expensive hospital-based and specialty care, saving billions of taxpayer dollars.” - National Association of Community Health Centers

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FQHC ‘Look-Alikes’ Some organizations meet the same requirements as the four types of Health Centers described on page 12 but do not receive Section 330 funding. They are known as Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) ‘Look-Alikes’. This certification makes them, like Health Centers, eligible for enhanced Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement and participation in the 340B federal drug pricing program, and assists in recruiting and retaining providers through the National Health Service Corps and the State Loan Repayment Program.

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Advantage Health Centers Administration Site: 15400 W. McNichols St., Detroit, MI 48235 313.835.5990 phone | 313.221.8217 fax | www.ahcdetroit.org SITES Advantage Family Health Center 4777 E. Outer Dr., Detroit, MI 48234 313.416.6200 phone | 313.369.1977 fax 330E, 330H Thea Bowman Community Health Center 15400 W. McNichols St., Detroit, MI 48235 313.835.5990 phone | 313.835.5920 fax 330E, 330H Waller Health Care for the Homeless Center 60 E. Warren, Detroit, MI 48201 313.416.6261 phone | 313.833.4397 fax 330E, 330H Children’s Dental Center 79 W. Alexandrine, Detroit, MI 48201 313.833.2895 phone | 313.576.2534 fax

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 11,729 • Medical Encounters 32,139 Dental Users 100 • Dental Encounters 264  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 89.7% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.4% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 53.1% • Medicaid 33.2% • Medicare 4% • Private Insurance 9.7% Service Area Metropolitan Detroit, Northwest Detroit, surrounding areas

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Advantage Health Centers SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site and by referral uDental By referral uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical Primary care, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics uPharmacy  Department of Health and Wellness Promotion; prescription assistance; by referral uTransportation Bus tickets, limited cab vouchers AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Everest Institute; Kirksville Osteopathic Medical Student Placement Program; Dorsey Schools; Madonna University Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner Programs uHealth Systems/Hospitals St. John Providence Health Systems; Detroit Medical Center

EXECUTIVE STAFF Joseph W. Ferguson, MHA, FACHE Executive Director jferguson@advantagehealthcenters.org Amy Evans, CMA Finance Director aevans@advantagehealthcenters.org Peter Dews, MD Medical Director pdews@advantagehealthcenters.org Thomas D. Rose, DMD Dental Director drtomrose@mac.com Patricia Soares, RN, MPA Director of Clinical Services psoares@advantagehealthcenters.org Edna Jackson, RN Clinical Manager ejackson@advantagehealthcenters.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kathy R. Harris, PhD President Duane Lewis, Esq Vice-president Leslie Bowman Treasurer George D. Gaines Jr, MSW, MPH Secretary

Members At Large: Patricia McClellan Christine Cocroft-Spotts, MA Rick Ferguson Eugene Gargaro III Eric Gray Reginald O. Hamilton Sr. Xavier Ballance, DC Cynthia Taueg, MPH, DHA Mark E. Young II, MBA, MACP

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Alcona Health Centers Administration Site: 177 N. Barlow Rd., P.O. Box 279, Lincoln, MI 48742 989.736.3020 phone | 989.358.3763 fax | www.alconahealthcenters.org SITES Alcona Health Centers Alpena Services 1185 U.S.-23 North, Alpena, MI 49707 989.356.4049 medical phone 989.358.3946 dental phone 989.358.3950 pharmacy phone 330E Alcona Health Centers Harrisville Services 205 N. State St., Suite A, P.O. Box 130 Harrisville, MI 48740 989.724.5655 phone | 989.358.3730 fax 330E Alcona Health Centers Lincoln Services 117 N. Barlow Rd., Lincoln, MI 48742 989.736.8157 phone | 989.358.3762 fax 330E Alcona Health Centers Oscoda Services 5671 N. Skeel Dr., Suite A Oscoda, MI 48750 989.739.2550 phone | 989.358.3750 fax 330E

Alcona Health Centers Ossineke Services 11745 U.S.-23 South, Ossineke, MI 49766 989.471.2156 phone | 989.358.3741 fax 330E Alcona Health Centers Tiger Health Extension Alcona Elementary School 181 N. Barlow Rd., P.O. Box 279 Lincoln, MI 48742 989.736.8716 phone | 989.736.3776 fax 330E Community Health Center of Northern Michigan 3434 M-119, Suite C Harbor Springs, MI 49740 231.348.9900 phone | 989.358.3780 fax 330E Lincoln Wildcat School Clinic 309 W. Lake St., Alpena, MI 49707 989.358.3998 phone | 989.358.5905 fax

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 21,696 • Medical Encounters 86,348 Dental Users 4,380 • Dental Encounters 8,808  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 44.7% <200% Federal Poverty Level 73.9%

2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 27.2% • Medicaid 24.7% • Medicare 24.8% • Private Insurance 23.3% Service Area Alcona, Iosco, Emmet, Alpena Counties

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alcona HealthHealth CentersCenters Advantage SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site psychiatry, behavioral health consultants (LMSW, LPC), tele-psychiatry uDental On-site at Alpena and Oscoda Clinics uHealth Education  Individual and group visits for chronic disease management, smoking cessation, nutrition and weight loss programs; on-site certified diabetes educator uLaboratory  Blood draws on-site with tests analyzed at referral labs; sliding fee offered on reference labs uMedical  Primary care (family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics, in-patient) u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010, 2011) Medical Home uPharmacy  On-site 340B pharmacies at Alpena and Lincoln Clinics; contracts with local pharmacies for 340B; large patientin-need program with pharmaceutical companies uTransportation  Volunteer and special medical transportation bus service from sites to hospital uX-ray Basic screening on-site, others by referral uOther  Prenatal care classes, CPR, first-aid, two School-Based Health Centers AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Central Michigan University; Western Michigan University; MSU College of Human Medicine, College of Osteopathic Medicine; Rural Prevention Network; rural rotations for Certified Medical Assistants at Alpena Community College; rural rotations for Physician Assistants at University of Detroit/Mercy uHealth Systems/Hospitals Alpena Regional Medical Center; Tawas St. Joseph Hospital; Northern Michigan Regional Hospital, Petoskey EXECUTIVE STAFF Christine Baumgardner Executive Director cbaumgard@alconahc.org Thomas Marshall, MD Medical Director tmarshall@alconahc.org Susan Hoes Finance Director shoes@alconahc.org Nancy Spencer Clinical Operations Director nspencer@alconahc.org Cynthia Swise Administrative Operations Director cswise@alconahc.org Ray Krause Pharmacy Business Director rkrause@alconahc.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Rich Mills President Carolyn Brummond Co-president Joe Garber Treasurer/Secretary

Members At Large: Labib Shamiyeh Charles Sherwin Michael Richardson Ann Boucher John McVeety Joe Plunkey Bruce Miller

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American Indian Health & Family Services of Southeastern Michigan, Inc. Administration Site: 4880 Lawndale St., Detroit, MI 48210 313.846.3718 phone | 313.846.0150 fax | www.aihfs.org SITES American Indian Health & Family Services Medical Clinic 4880 Lawndale St., Detroit, MI 48210 313.846.6030 phone | 313.846.2751 fax IHS

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 473 • Medical Encounters 1,546 Dental Users 70 • Dental Encounters 112  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 27% <200% Federal Poverty 23% Unknown 50% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 63% • Medicaid 29% • Medicare 4% • Private Insurance 4% Service Area American Indian/Alaskan Native families and underserved populations in Southeast Michigan (Wayne Washtenaw, St. Clair, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Livingston Counties)

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american indian health & family Advantage Health Centers services of southeastern michigan SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Psychiatry, outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, inpatient substance abuse treatment referral, trauma informed children’s mental health services uDental By referral uHealth Education  Diabetes education and prevention, SNAP-ED & Disease Prevention nutrition education; exercise/fitness; Healthy Start program; lactation consulting, birthing classes, teen pregnancy prevention, Youth Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention, Garrett Lee Smith Suicide prevention program, HIV/AIDS; immunizations; sexually transmitted diseases; substance abuse relapse prevention; domestic violence (by referral) uLaboratory  DMC; blood draws and limited urine analysis; other labs sent out for analysis uMedical On-site primary health care services; diabetes management uPharmacy  340B uTranslation/Interpretation  Anishnabemowin (Ojibwa, Odawa, Potawatomie), Spanish, Arabic uTransportation Limited uX-ray By referral to hospitals uOther Parenting programming, traditional healing, cultural programming AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Madonna University Nursing Program; University of Michigan School of Social Work; Wayne State University; Michigan State University uHealth System/Hospital Oakwood Hospital EXECUTIVE STAFF Jerilyn Church, MSW Executive Director jchurch@aihfs.org Ayesha Ghazi, MSW Director of Clinic Operations & Quality Assurance aghazi@aihfs.org Nickole Fox, MA Director of Health Education & Prevention nfox@aihfs.org Tina Louise, LMSW Director of Behavioral & Recovery tlouise@aihfs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS John Lemire, JD Chair Marilyn Roubidoux, MD Vice-chair Conner Sandefur Secretary/Treasurer

Members At Large: Christine Larosa Jacqueline Livernois Katherine McClosky Marcia Ryan, RN Joanne Sobeck, PhD

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Baldwin Family Health Care Administration Site: 1615 Michigan Ave., Baldwin, MI 49304 231.745.2743 phone | 231.745.3690 fax | www.familyhealthcare.org SITES Baldwin Family Health Clinic 1615 Michigan Ave., Baldwin, MI 49304 231.745.4624 phone | 231.745.5031 fax 330E

Great Lakes Family Care 520 Cobbs St., Cadillac, MI 49601 231.775.6521 phone | 231.775.6447 fax 330E

Baldwin Teen Health Center 525 W. 4th St., Baldwin, MI 49304 231.745.3116 phone | 231.745.3136 fax 330E

Great Lakes Family Care McBain 117 N. Rolands St., McBain, MI 49657 231.825.2643 phone | 231.825.0161 fax 330E

Teen Health Center White Cloud 555 E. Wilcox, White Cloud, MI 49349 231.689.3268 phone | 231.689.1030 fax 330E

Hesperia Schools School Nursing Program 96 S. Division, Hesperia, MI 49421 231.854.6185 phone | 231.854.6475 fax 330E

Family Health Care Grant 11 N. Maple, Grant, MI 49327 231.834.0444 phone | 231.834.0200 fax 330E Family Health Care Wilcox 1035 E. Wilcox St., White Cloud, MI 49349 231.689.5943 phone | 231.689.1590 fax 330E

Loretta Adams-Ashby Health Center 1101 E. Washington Ave. Baldwin, MI 49304 231.745.2000 phone | 231.745.8705 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 36,022 • Medical Encounters 115,630 Dental Users 7,892 • Dental Encounters 21,785  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 40.5% <200% Federal Poverty Level 72.3% 2010 Patient Insurance StatuS Uninsured 19.8% • Medicaid 31% • Medicare 21.3% • Private Insurance 27.8% Service Area Lake, Newaygo, Wexford, Missaukee Counties

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baldwin family healthCenters care Advantage Health SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site counseling, state licensed out-patient substance abuse services, JCAHO accredited programs, limited licensed psychologist, Master’s prepared social workers, and certified addictions counselors on-site uDental  On-site family dentistry plus prosthetics, oral surgery, and mobile school program uHealth Education  Health screening, variety of prevention and community-based programs uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical Primary care; specialty care referral u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010) Medical Home uPharmacy  Three in-house retail and 340B pharmacies uX-ray On-site and by referral uOther  Dextro scanning on-site, outreach, Super Shot Saturdays, renal dialysis on-site, Alzheimer respite services (congregate, in-home, overnight), geriatric assessment, team and school-based Teen Health Center, cancer care center, occupational medicine, optometry AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Ferris State University; Grand Valley State University; Michigan State University College of Nursing; University of Michigan; Baker College uHealth Systems/Hospitals Gerber Memorial Health Services; Spectrum Health, Reed City Campus; Mercy Hospital, Cadillac

EXECUTIVE STAFF Kathy Sather, BSN, MBA President & CEO ksather@familyhealthcare.org Virginia Brown, DO Chief Medical Officer vbrown@familyhealthcare.org Marilyn Stolberg, DDS Chief Dental Officer mstolberg@familyhealthcare.org Gary Waterstredt Chief Financial Officer gwaterstredt@familyhealthcare.org Anne Featherstone Chief Human Resources Director afeatherstone@familyhealthcare.org Terri Vanias Executive Assistant tvanias@familyhealthcare.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Corey VanFleet Chair Terry Fett Vice-chair Robert Fisher Treasurer Denise Bellamy Secretary

Members At Large: Eric Davidson Gerald Anderson Ruth Ann Harris Robert Zuiderveen Eric Rudert John MacLeod Shari Spoelman Rev. Lawrence Doorn • 21

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Barry-Eaton District Health Department Eaton County: 1033 Health Care Dr., Charlotte, MI 48813 517.543.2430 phone | 517.543.7737 fax Barry County: 330 W. Woodlawn, Hastings, MI 49058 269.945.9516 phone | www.barryeatonhealth.org SITES Barry County 330 W. Woodlawn, Hastings, MI 49058 800.553.2565 phone | 517.543.0451 fax Community Based Provider Eaton County 1033 Health Care Dr., Charlotte, MI 48813 800.553.2565 phone | 269.945.2413 fax Community Based Provider

 Service Area Barry County, Eaton County

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Health Nurse case management referrals Maggie Schultz and Josie Lam uMedical Primary care uPharmacy  Assist patients in applying to patient assistance programs uTransportation Referrals to Eatran and Barry County Transit uX-ray Clients referred to hospitals uDietary

EXECUTIVE STAFF Stephen Tackitt Health Officer stackitt@bedhd.org Colette Scrimger Deputy Health Officer cscrimger@bedhd.org David Woodliff, MD Medical Director dwoodliff@charter.net

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Bay Mills Health Center Administration Site: 12124 W. Lakeshore Dr., Brimley, MI 49715 906.248.3204 phone | 906.248.3508 fax | www.bmic.net SITES Bay Mills Health Center 12124 W. Lakeshore Dr. Brimley, MI 49715 906.248.5527 phone | 906.248.5765 fax 330E, IHS

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 1,404 • Medical Encounters 5,378 Dental Users 1,151 • Dental Encounters 3,280  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 23.1% <200% Federal Poverty Level 73.6% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 27.1% • Medicaid 14.5% • Medicare 13.1% • Private Insurance 45.3% Service Area 55% tribal members, 45% non-tribal population of Chippewa County (includes Bay Mills, Chippewa, Dafter, Hulbert, Superior, Whitefish Townships)

330E, IHS

Advantage Health Centers bay mills health center SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Psychiatry, mental health, and addiction counseling uDental  Full-service dental including exams, x-rays, cleanings, fillings, check-ups, fluoride treatments, sealants, root canals, crown and bridge work, gum surgery, dentures, extractions uLaboratory On-site in conjunction with War Memorial Hospital uMedical Family practice, Joint Commission accredited for ambulatory and behavioral health care uPharmacy  On-site prescription and over-the-counter medications uX-ray On-site in conjunction with War Memorial Hospital uOther Specialty clinics offered throughout the year, such as well woman clinic, well man clinic, and well child clinic AFFILIATIONS uHealth Systems/Hospitals War Memorial Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Laurel Keenan Health & Human Services Director lkeenan@bmic.net Daniel Maloney, MD Medical Director Walt Parish Clinic Coordinator

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Cassopolis Family Clinic Administration Site: 109 School St., Cassopolis, MI 49031 269.445.3874 phone | 269.445.2076 fax | www.cassfamilyclinic.org SITES Cassopolis Family Clinic 109 School St., Cassopolis, MI 49031 269.445.3874 phone | 269.445.2076 fax 330E Cassopolis Family Clinic, Obstetrics & Gynecology 60 N. St. Joseph Ave., Niles, MI 49120 269.683.0300 phone | 269.683.0398 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 8,083 • Medical Encounters 26,194 Dental Users 282 • Dental Encounters 867  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 58.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 85.8% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 17.1% • Medicaid 41.7% • Medicare 17.4% • Private Insurance 23.7% Service Area Cass County, Southeastern Berrien County

330E

Cassopolis family clinic SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health uDental uHealth Education uLaboratory uMedical

On-site and by referral By referral Diabetic patient education offered on-site On-site Primary care, obstetrics/gynecology, referral for specialty care uPharmacy  By referral uTransportation Available by request uX-ray By referral AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Southwestern Michigan College; Michigan State  University; Frontier School of Midwifery, School of Family Nurse Practitioner uHealth Systems/Hospitals Lakeland Regional Health System

EXECUTIVE STAFF Mary Middleton Executive Director mmiddleton@cassfamilyclinic.org Stephen Miller, DO Medical Director Smiller@cassfamilyclinic.org Keryl Conkright, RN Patient Care Manager kconkright@cassfamilyclinic.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robert Feldman President George Brossman Vice-president Shirley Lee Treasurer Jeraldine Weston Secretary

Members At Large: Major William Walters Karen Current Laurie Fleming Dave O’Connor Tracy Hertsel Adrienne Glover Leon Gilliam

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Center for Family Health Administration Site: 505 N. Jackson St., Jackson, MI 49201 517.748.5500 phone | 517.787.7990 fax | www.centerforfamilyhealth.org SITES Center for Family Health 505 N. Jackson St., Jackson, MI 49201 517.748.5500 phone | 517.780.9286 fax 330E Jackson High Health Center Jackson High School 544 Wildwood Ave., Jackson, MI 49201 517.780.0838 phone | 517.780.0689 fax 330E

Teen Health Center at Parkside (TCAP) Middle School at Parkside 2400 Fourth St., Jackson, MI 49203 517.788.6812 phone | 517.788.7722 fax 330E Center for Family Health Pharmacy 505 N. Jackson St., Jackson, MI 49201 517.748.5400 phone | 517.748.5410 fax

Northeast Health Center Northeast Elementary School 1024 Fleming Ave., Jackson, MI 49202 517.787.4361 phone | 517.787.4983 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 21,225 • Medical Encounters 74,806 Dental Users 8,864 • Dental Encounters 16,542  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 72.3% <200% Federal Poverty Level 95.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 27.1% • Medicaid 55.6% • Medicare 5.5% • Private Insurance 11.8% Service Area Jackson County and surrounding areas

330E

center for family health SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health uDental uHealth Education uLaboratory uMedical

On-site On-site; mobile dental On-site On-site draws Pediatrics, internal medicine, family practice, family planning, obstetrics/gynecology, physical medicine, rehabilitation uPharmacy  On-site uTranslation/Interpretation Yes uTransportation Yes uX-ray By referral AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University (Midlevels and BSN);  University of Michigan (Midlevels, BSN, Preventive Medicine Residency, Medical Students); Western Michigan University (Midlevels); Wayne State University (Midlevels); Lutheran Medical Center (Dental Residency); Jackson Community College (Nursing, Medical Assistants) uHealth Systems/Hospitals Allegiance Health, Jackson

EXECUTIVE STAFF Molly Kaser President/CEO mkaser@cfhinc.org Sara Benedetto Vice-president/COO sbenedetto@cfhinc.org E. Dale Ernst, Jr. Vice-president/CFO dernst@cfhinc.org Greg Naylor, MD Medical Director gnaylor@cfhinc.org Jane Grover, DDS, MPH Dental Director jgrover@cfhinc.org Sangeeta Sinha, MD, FACOG Women’s Health Medical Director ssinha@cfhinc.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ted Hilleary Chair Gerald Grannan Immediate Past-chair Allan Padbury, DDS, MS Vice-chair Jeanne Wickens Treasurer Betty Toll Secretary

Members At Large: William Patterson Lori Heiler R. Dale Moretz Brenda Pilgrim Steven Hogwood Laura Piascik Suzi Finch

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Cherry Street Health Services Administration Site: 100 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.965.8200 phone | www.cherryhealth.org SITES Belknap Commons Health Center 751 Lafayette NE, Grand Rapids 49503 616.742.9945 medical phone 616.742.9942 dental phone 330E, 330G, 330H Burton Health Center 2135 Buchanan SE, Grand Rapids 49507 616.247.3638 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H Cherry Street Health Center 550 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids 49503 616.235.7272 phone | 616.235.7289 fax 330E, 330G, 330H

Heart of the City Health Center 100 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.965.8200 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H Montcalm Area Health Center 306 Maplewood, Greenville, MI 48838 616.225.9650 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H Ottawa Hills High School Health Center 2055 Rosewood SE Grand Rapids, MI 49506 616.776.5110 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H The Salvation Army Booth Clinic 1215 E. Fulton, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.459.9468 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Creston High School Health Center 1720 Plainfield NW, Grand Rapids 49505 616.776.5120 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Traveling School Program 669 Stocking, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.776.2263 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Ferguson Adult Health Center 100 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids 49503 616.965.8200 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Traveling Dental Program 101 Sheldon SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.776.2363 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Ferguson Dental Center 101 Sheldon SE, Grand Rapids 49503 616.776.2340 phone | 616.776.2371 fax 330E, 330G, 330H

Union High School Health Center 1800 Tremont, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.791.6593 (phone) | 330E, 330G, 330H

Grand Rapids Pediatrics 100 Cherry St. SE, Grand Rapids 49503 616.965.8200 phone | 330E, 330G, 330H

Westside Health Center 669 Stocking NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.235.1480 phone | 616.235.7507 fax 330E, 330G, 330H

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 27,579 • Medical Encounters 85,783 Dental Users 29,090 • Dental Encounters 68,453 2010  Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 87.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 97.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 35.4% • Medicaid 53% • Medicare 3.7% • Private Insurance 7.9% Service Area Western Michigan, Grand Rapids area including Kent, Ottawa, Ionia, Montcalm Counties

330E, 330G, 330H

cherry street health services SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site and by referral uDental On-site preventive and restorative uHealth Education  Nutrition services; health education; diabetes education with Certified Diabetic Educator; tobacco cessation uLaboratory Quest Spectrum Health uMedical Primary care, optometry, ophthalmology on-site; referral for specialty care, school screening u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010, 2011) Medical Home uPharmacy  340B pharmacy; medication management therapy uRadiology General radiology at Cherry Street Health Center and Ferguson Adult Health Center uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish and Vietnamese uTransportation On city bus line uOther On-site Maternal Infant Health Services; MOMS; Strong Beginnings; WIC; registered dietitians; diabetes education; certified therapists; optometry, ophthalmology AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Ferris State University; Grand Valley State University; Saint Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s; Spectrum Health Services Residency Programs; University of Michigan; Michigan State University College of Nursing uHealth Systems/Hospitals Spectrum; Mercy Health; Saint Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

EXECUTIVE STAFF Chris Shea Executive Director CShea@cherryhealth.com Thomas Platt, MD Medical Director TomP@cherryhealth.com Trish Roels, DDS Dental Director TrishR@cherryhealth.com Linda Constantino Chief Financial Officer LConstantino@cherryhealth.com Robert Lackey, MBA Human Resources Director RLackey@cherryhealth.com Lillian Kalaczinski Optical Director LillianK@cherryhealth.com Fredrick Schmidt Pharmacy Director FredrickS@cherryhealth.com Pat Davis Administrative Operations Director PatD@cherryhealth.com Tasha Thomas Site Operations Director TashaT@cherryhealth.com BOARD OF DIRECTORS Rick Stevens President Jan English Past-president Ziyadah Shakir Vice-president Serena Norris Treasurer Kimberly Lavender Secretary

Members At Large: Gregory Dziadosz Kathleen Speer Pamela Seales Michael Wood Angela Vanderhulst Marshall Suttles Allen TenHoor Daniel Strube Kinfu Adisu Teresa Enbody R. Paul Clodfelder, MD Patricia Agosto

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Community Health & Social Services Center (CHASS) Administration Site: 5635 W. Fort St., Detroit, MI 48209 313.849.3920 phone | 313.849.0824 fax | www.chasscenter.org SITES CHASS Southwest Center 5635 W. Fort St., Detroit, MI 48209 313.849.3920 phone | 313.849.0824 fax 330E CHASS MidTown Center 7436 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202 313.556.9907 phone | 313.557.9711 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 10,876 • Medical Encounters 46,104 Dental Users 1,857 • Dental Encounters 3,721  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 62.2% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 84.1% • Medicaid 12.6% • Medicare 1.6% • Private Insurance 1.8% Service Area Highland Park, Hamtramck, Southwest Detroit and New Center area in Wayne County

330E

community health & social services Center (CHASS) SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Provided by LMSW social workers on-site; more serious and chronic mental health needs referred to local mental health services or Henry Ford Health System Behavior Health Services uDental On-site and by referral uHealth Education HPDP activities provided on-site and in the community uLaboratory On-site uMedical Primary care; referral for specialty care uPharmacy  On-site uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish uTransportation Direct on-site uX-ray Dental on-site; contract out all others uOther  Social services provided on-site by case manager or referred as needed; limited home health needs provided; occupational health services provided on-site and by referral; EPSDT and WIC on-site; REACH; LAVIDA; Medicaid Assistance Services; Community Action Against Asthma; PHED AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Henry Ford Family Medicine Residency Program;  University of Michigan Schools of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, and Social Work; Wayne State University Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy; Central Michigan University Physician Assistant Program; Madonna University School of Nursing; University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant School; Everest Institute Pharmacy Tech Program; Kaplan Institute Pharmacy Tech Program; Dorsey Institute CMA Training uHealth Systems/Hospitals Henry Ford Hospital EXECUTIVE STAFF J. Ricardo Guzman, LMSW, MPH Chief Executive Officer rguzman@chasscenter.org Felix Valbuena, Jr., MD, FAAFP Chief Medical Officer fvalbuena@chasscenter.org Erminia Ramirez, MSW, CSW Chief Operating Officer eramirez@chasscenter.org Ahmed Numan Chief Financial Officer anuman@chasscenter.org Marylu Villarreal, BBA Clinic Manager-Southwest Center mvillarreal@chasscenter.org Sherry Lawrence Clinic Manager-MidTown Center slawrence@chasscenter.org Manuel Chavez, LMSW, DCSW, ACSW Social Work Supervisor mchavez@chasscenter.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ismael Vargas Chairperson Lenetta Walker Vice-chairperson Michael Murray Treasurer Maria Salinas Secretary

Members At Large: Susan Hooks Brown Patrick Irwin Gloria Kosila Barbara Whitcher

Gloria Galvan Ruth Dumas Helen Cantu

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Covenant Community Care Administration Site: 559 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48216 313.554.0485 phone | www.covenantcommunitycare.org SITES Covenant Community Care 5716 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48210 313.554.1095 medical phone 313.554.3880 dental phone 330E Waterman Medical Clinic 1700 Waterman, Detroit, MI 48209 313.841.1699 phone 330E Covenant Community Health Center 27776 Woodward Ave. Royal Oak, MI 48076 248.556.4900 phone The Newton Clinic at Clara W. Rutherford Academy (School-based Health Center) 16411 Curtis, Detroit, MI 48235 313.838.6822 phone

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 5,973 • Medical Encounters 14,632 Dental Users 2,707 • Dental Encounters 5,510  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 90.7% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.3% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 76% • Medicaid 20.6% • Medicare 2.3% • Private Insurance 1.1% Service Area: Metropolitan Detroit

330E

covenant community care SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site uDental  On-site; school-based mobile dental program; trailerbased mobile dental program uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory On-site uMedical Primary care; obstetrics/gynecology; pediatrics; trailer-based mobile medical program uPharmacy  On-site uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs University of Detroit Mercy; Wayne State  University Medical School; Wayne State University College of Pharmacy uHealth Systems/Hospitals Beaumont Hospital; Detroit Medical Center

EXECUTIVE STAFF Paul Propson Executive Director ppropson@covenantcommunitycare.org Lydia Reasonover Best, MD Medical Director lbest@covenantcommunitycare.org Kim Carlson Chief Financial Officer kimpamcarlson@att.net Tim Hogan, PhD Mental Health Director TimHoganPsyD@sbcglobal.net Tom Storen, DDS Dental Director T.storen@comcast.net BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jim Russell President Bob Hoey Vice-president Jim Cole Treasurer Graciela Villalobos Recording Secretary

Members At Large: Chris Licavoli Dolores Flores Katherine Keyser Kelly Smith Samuel Rodriguez Sims Friday Martin Smith

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Detroit Community Health Connection Administration Site: 13901 E. Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48215 313.821.2591 phone | 313.822.4202 fax | www.dchcquality.org SITES Bruce Douglas Health Center 6550 W. Warren, Detroit, MI 48210 313.897.7700 medical phone 313.361.3242 dental phone 313.897.5991 fax 330E East Riverside Health Center 13901 E. Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48215 313.822.0900 phone | 313.822.0950 fax 330E Eastside Health Center 7900 Kercheval, Detroit, MI 48214 313.921.5500 medical phone 313.579.3242 dental phone 313.921.5530 fax 330E

Northeast Guidance Center 12800 E. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI 48215 313.343.2887 phone | 313.343.2889 fax Woodward Corridor Family Medical Center 611 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48201 313.832.6300 phone | 313.832.8341 fax 330E Healthy Teen Community Care Center 611 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48201 313.832.6300 phone

Nolan Family Health Center 111 W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, MI 48203 313.369.2600 phone | 313.369.2477 fax 330E Nolan Family Dental Center 62 W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, MI 48203 313.366.5200 phone | 313.369.2477 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 13,567 • Medical Encounters 55,692 Dental Users 2,298 • Dental Encounters 5,584  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 84.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 42.3% • Medicaid 44.8% • Medicare 4.8% • Private Insurance 8.1% Service Area Metropolitan Detroit

330E, Ryan White Part C Clinic, Ryan White Part A Primary Care Services

detroit community health connection SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Social and support services; referrals to local mental health agencies uDental  Two full-time dentists and two full-time hygienists; on-site preventive, restorative, and emergency services at Eastside Health Center, Bruce Douglas Health Center, and Nolan Family Health Center uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory Basic on-site; contractual agreements uMedical Internal medicine; obstetrics/gynecology; pediatrics; perinatal; infectious disease; geriatric medicine; urgent care; family practice; midwife services uPharmacy  On-site pharmacy uTranslation/Interpretation Arabic, Spanish uTransportation Located on bus route; cab vouchers and bus tickets uX-ray Referral uOther WIC; Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program, outreach; case management; immunizations; nutrition/dietician counseling; substance abuse counseling; confidential HIV testing, treatment, and care; family planning; Maternal Infant Health Program; walk-ins AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Oakland University School of Nursing; University of Michigan Dental School; Wayne State University School of Nursing, Department of Family Practice Residency Program; JCAHO accredited uHealth Systems/Hospitals Detroit Medical Center Hospitals

EXECUTIVE STAFF Wayne W. Bradley, Sr. President & Chief Executive Officer wayneb@dchcquality.org Ann G. Elrington, MD, PhD Senior VP & Chief Medical Officer anne@dchcquality.org Rao Kakarala, CPA Senior VP & Chief Financial Officer raok@dchcquality.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robert K. Johnson Chair Feleta Wilson, RN, PhD Vice-chair Dalia Garcia Secretary Louise G. Guyton Treasurer

Members At Large: Sheila Edwards Ronald W. Briggs, RPh Nanci Lynn Gibson Paul E. Bridgewater Gwendolyn J. Scales Isa Hasan, RPh Oscar Paskal Denecia Gulley Harvey A. Brooks Phyllis D. Meadows, RN, PhD

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Downriver Community Services Administration Site: 555 St. Clair River Dr., Algonac, MI 48001 810.794.4982 phone | 810.794.4407 fax | www.downrivercs.org SITES Algonac Medical Center/ Community Services 555 St. Clair River Dr., Algonac, MI 48001 810.794.4917 phone | 810.794.7645 fax 330E New Haven Medical Center/ Community Services 58144 Gratiot Ave. New Haven, MI 48048 586.749.5197 phone | 586.749.5560 fax 330E Port Huron Medical Center 1011 Military St., Port Huron, MI 48060 810.488.8000 phone | 810.488.8005 fax Homeless Healthcare The Homeless Healthcare Project provides clinical services (nurse, behavioral therapist, nurse practitioner) and case management to various shelters, soup kitchens, and homeless settings throughout Macomb and St. Clair Counties 330H

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 11,491 • Medical Encounters 36,985 Dental Users 235 • Dental Encounters 242  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 68.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 87.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 33.1% • Medicaid 33.4% • Medicare 8.3% • Private Insurance 25.3% Service Area St. Clair County, Macomb County

330E, 330H

downriver community services SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  By referral to Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center located in the Algonac, New Haven, and Port Huron facilities uDental  By referral to dental practices located in the New Haven facility or externally in private practices uHealth Education  Via physician and mid-level providers, adolescent health coordinator and community health promoter, educator, WIC staff, and Maternal Infant Health Program staff uLaboratory  On-site and by referral to hospitals in Macomb and St. Clair Counties uMedical  General primary care, obstetrics/gynecology uPharmacy  DCS pharmacies located in each of the three medical clinics uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish uTransportation  DCS-owned transportation vans servicing Macomb and St. Clair Counties uX-ray On-site and by referral uOther Case management for all medical and Homeless patients; referral services for all patients; WIC; hearing and vision screening; nutrition counseling; sports medicine; Maternal Infant Health Program; adolescent health; outreach services for all patients AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Henry Ford-Macomb; St. John’s Residency Program;  University of Detroit Mercy; University of Michigan; Wayne State University uHealth Systems/Hospitals Algonac: St. John River District;  New Haven: Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center, Henry Ford Macomb, Clinton Township; Port Huron: Mercy Port Huron Hospital, Port Huron Hospital EXECUTIVE STAFF Cynthia Roush Chief Executive Officer croush@downrivercs.org Michael Priebe, MD Medical Director mpriebe@downrivercs.org Starr Allen-Burton Chief Operating Officer sallenburton@downrivercs.org Michael Baranowski Chief Financial Officer mbaranowski@downrivercs.org Christopher Parks Executive Director, Homeless Healthcare cparks@downrivercs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Patricia Gibbs President John Esselink Past-president Carol Shortt President-elect Beth Engel Treasurer Shirley Hunter Secretary

Members At Large: Shirley Drake Jon Parsons Alice King David Meldrum Sandra Kacarka

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East Jordan Family Health Center Administration Site: 601 Bridge St., East Jordan, MI 49727 231.536.2206 phone | 231.536.9864 fax | www.ejfhc.org SITES East Jordan Family Health Center 601 Bridge St., East Jordan, MI 49727 231.536.2206 phone | 231.536.7150 fax 330E Bellaire Family Health Center 307 E. Cayuga St., Bellaire, MI 49615 231.533.8649 phone | 231.533.6778 fax 330E Central Lake Family Health Center 7960 W. Old State St., P.O. Box 276 Central Lake, MI 49622 231.544.3700 phone | 231.544.6987 fax 330E East Jordan Family Pharmacy 601 Bridge St., East Jordan, MI 49727 231.536.2207 phone | 231.536.7739 fax

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 10,364 • Medical Encounters 35,880 Dental Users 2 • Dental Encounters 3  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 44.3% <200% Federal Poverty Level 76.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 18.6% • Medicaid 21.3% • Medicare 22.6% • Private Insurance 37.5% Service Area Antrim County, Charlevoix County

330E

east jordan family health center SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Treatment, counseling, and substance abuse on-site uDental By referral; Medicaid dental services on-site uHealth Education Health screening, nutrition uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical  Primary care, referral for specialty care u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010, 2011) Medical Home uPharmacy  East Jordan Family Pharmacy uTranslation/Interpretation Limited Spanish; sign language uX-ray On-site and by referral; mammography in East Jordan uOther  Vision screening, eligibility assistance, outreach, optometry on-site and by referral, counseling, sports medicine, perinatal program, Maternal Infant Health Program AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University College of Nursing uHealth Systems/Hospitals Charlevoix Area Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Dan McKinnon Executive Director dmckinnon@ejfhc.org David Best, DO Medical Director dbest@ejfhc.org

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Family Health Center, Inc. Administration Site: 117 W. Paterson St., Kalamazoo, MI 49007 269.349.4257 phone | 269.349.2898 fax | www.fhckzoo.com SITES Edison School-Based Health Center 924 Russell St., Kalamazoo, MI 49001 269.377.1702 phone | 269.337.1644 fax 330E

Family Health Center South 2030 Portage Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49001 269.349.0888 phone | 269.349.0419 fax 330E

Family Health Center Main 117 W. Paterson St., Kalamazoo, MI 49007 269.349.2641 phone | 269.488.0835 pharmacy 330E

Family Health Center Portage 325 E. Centre Ave., Portage, MI 49002 269.488.7342 phone | 269.488.7346 fax 330E

Family Health Center Burdick Street 1308 N. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, MI 49007 269.349.2641

Health Care for the Homeless 431 N. Rose, Kalamazoo, MI 49007 269.385.2217 phone | 269.349.4392 fax 330H

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 17,559 • Medical Encounters 64,829 Dental Users 3,648 • Dental Encounters 7,681  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 88.2% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.3% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 25.5% • Medicaid 55.1% • Medicare 7.5% • Private Insurance 11.9% Service Area: Kalamazoo County

330E, 330H

family health center, inc. SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site treatment counseling for mental health and substance abuse uDental On-site restorative and preventive care uHealth Education  Health screening, nutrition, parenting, diabetes collaborative, asthma collaborative, smoking cessation, HIV/AIDS uLaboratory On-site and by referral (Quest Diagnostics) uMedical Primary care, referral for specialty care uPharmacy On-site uTranslation/Interpretation Multi-lingual staff by referral; all languages (Language Lines); hearing impaired (Deaf Link) uX-ray By referral uOther WIC; EPSDT; Medicaid outreach workers; social workers; Emergency Prescription Assistance Program; Kalamazoo County Health Plan AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Bronson Hospital Nursing Program; Davenport University; Ferris State University School of Pharmacy; Kalamazoo Valley Community College; Western Michigan University; Everest Institute; Kalamazoo College School of Service Learning; Brookline College; Ross Medical Education Center uHealth Systems/Hospitals Bronson Methodist Hospital; Borgess Health Alliance

EXECUTIVE STAFF Denise R. Crawford, MSW, MBA President & Chief Executive Officer denise.crawford@fhckzoo.com Eileen Chiang Chief Financial Officer eileen.chiang@fhckzoo.com Kathy Jackson, MD Interim Medical Director kathy.jackson@fhckzoo.com Tim Mallett, RPh Director of Pharmacy tim.mallett@fhckzoo.com Adrienne Grimmett, DDS Dental Director adrienne.grimmett@fhckzoo.com Christopher Stys, SPHR Director of Human Resources christopher.stys@fhckzoo.com Mary Hoekstra, LMSW Director of Behavioral Health mary.hoekstra@fhckzoo.com BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robert Doud Chair Edward Millemaier, MD Vice-chair Teresa Thrash Secretary

Members At Large: Ollie Chambers Robin Hall Loretta Cain Patrick Troman Keith Thornton Moses Walker Kharen Warfield-Shelton

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Family Health Center of Battle Creek Administration Site: 181 W. Emmett St., Battle Creek, MI 49037 269.966.2600 phone | 269.965.4773 fax | www.fhcbc.org SITES Family Health Center of Albion 115 Market Place, Albion, MI 49224 517.629.6540 phone | 517.629.6589 fax 330E, 330H Family Health Center of Battle Creek 181 W. Emmett St. Battle Creek, MI 49037 269.965.8866 phone | 269.965.4773 fax 330E, 330H

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 24,064 • Medical Encounters 106,256 Dental Users 11,806 • Dental Encounters 29,625  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 20.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 89.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 26.8% • Medicaid 54.4% • Medicare 6.2% • Private Insurance 12.7% Service Area Calhoun County

330E, 330H

family health center of battle creek SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Healthy Lifestyles Counseling, Community Mental Health uDental On-site; portable dentistry uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory On-site uMedical Family practice, internal medicine, preventive medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, otolaryngology uPrescription On-site (Battle Creek) uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish, Burmese, others available as needed, deaf interpreter as needed uTransportation Yes uX-ray On-site (Albion) and by referral uOther  Complementary and Alternative Medicine (acupuncture and acupressure), substance abuse counseling, audiology, nutrition and wellness education, 24-hour “Ask a Nurse” service, Reach Out and Read, Therapy Pet AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Grand Valley State University; Kellogg Community College; Michigan State University; Miller College; University of Michigan uHealth Systems/Hospitals  Bronson Battle Creek; Oaklawn Hospital of Marshall

EXECUTIVE STAFF A.J. Jones, ND President/Chief Executive Officer ajjones@fhcbc.org Janis Dillard Vice President/Operations jdillard@fhcbc.org Scott Hutchings Vice President/Chief Financial Officer scott.hutchings@fhcbc.org William Mayer, MD, MPH Director of Strategy & Business Development wmayer@fhcbc.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS James Reed Chair

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Family Medical Center of Michigan Administration Site: 8765 Lewis Ave., Temperance, MI 48182 734.847.3802 phone | 734.850.0520 fax | www.familymedicalmi.org SITES Family Medical Center of Michigan Carleton 130 Medical Center Dr. Carleton, MI 48117 734.654.2169 phone | 734.654.2535 fax 330E

Family Medical Center of Michigan Lenawee Dental 128 S. Broad, Adrian, MI 49221 517.266.0651 phone | 517.266.8476 fax 330E

Family Medical Center of Michigan Temperance 8765 Lewis Ave., Temperance, MI 48182 734.847.3802 phone | 734.847.3418 fax 330E Family Medical Center of Michigan Adrian 225 Riverside Dr., Adrian, MI 49221 517.263.1800 phone | 517.263.1866 fax 330E Family Medical Center of Michigan Monroe 905 N. Macomb, Monroe, MI 48162 734.240.4851 phone | 734.240.4854 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 13,688 • Medical Encounters 41,034 Dental Users 6,441 • Dental Encounters 15,350  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 48.5% <200% Federal Poverty Level 70.8% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 39.7% • Medicaid 37.3% • Medicare 6.6% • Private Insurance 16.4% Service Area Monroe County, Southern Wayne County, Lenawee County

330E

family medical center of michigan SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site and by referral uDental On-site uHealth Education  Health screening, nutrition, dental, obstetric and preventive health education uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical Primary care, obstetrics/gynecology, psychology, general dentistry, referral for specialty care, geriatric clinic uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish, Chinese uTransportation Bus tickets, limited cab vouchers uX-ray On-site and by referral uOther Eligibility assistance for clothing, transportation, financial, and medication; medical assistance; discount pharmacy program AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Family Practice residents on-site; University of  Michigan Dental School Program; Medical College of Ohio Nurse Practitioner Program; University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant Program; University of Michigan Nursing Program uHealth Systems/Hospitals Toledo Hospital, Toledo, OH; Flower Hospital, Sylvania, OH; St. Anne’s Hospital, Toledo, OH; Mercy Memorial Hospital, Monroe, MI EXECUTIVE STAFF Ed Larkins Executive Director elarkins@familymedical.org Sin-Ching Chiu, MD Medical Director scchiu@pol.net James Adie, DDS Dental Director jadie@familymedical.org Marcia Deiley, RN Clinic Manager mdeiley@familymedical.org Christine Croley Chief Financial Officer ccroley@familymedical.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS David Brown President Meg Smith Vice-president Walter Tylicki Treasurer Sarah Richardville Secretary

Members At Large: Joyce Brown-Williams Charles Watkins Pamela LaPan Kathie Busen Carl Van Wert Elaine Troxell-Robson Ione Parker Jean McManaway John Lark, DDS Thomas Shoup Alma Salyer Burt Fenby

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Hackley Community Care Center Administration Site: 255 Seminole, Suite 201, Muskegon, MI 49444 231.733.6675 phone | 231.733.5416 fax | www.hccc-health.org SITES Hackley Community Care Center 2700 Baker St., 3rd Floor Muskegon Heights, MI 49444 231.737.1335 medical phone 231.737.0534 medical fax 231.737.8603 dental phone 231.737.9012 dental fax 330E Hackley Community Care Teen Health Center 80 W. Southern Ave. Muskegon, MI 49442 231.733.6680 phone

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 11,003 • Medical Encounters 50,836 Dental Users 6,597 • Dental Encounters 18,226  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 81.6% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 13.6% • Medicaid 54.5% • Medicare 10% • Private Insurance 21.9% Service Area City of Muskegon, City of Muskegon Heights, Muskegon County

330E

hackley community care center SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health uDental uHealth Education uLaboratory uMedical

On-site and by referral On-site and at schools Health screening, patient education, WIC On-site and by referral Full range primary care, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, Maternal Infant Health Program, referral for other specialty care u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, National Medical Home Committee on Quality Assurance-Level 3 uPharmacy  On-site pharmacy uTranslation/Interpretation  Spanish interpreters on-site; contract for deaf and hard of hearing services uTransportation Cab and bus vouchers uX-ray By referral uOther Teen Health Center, School Wellness Program, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Program, BCCCP Program, Wise Woman Program, WIC on-site, Maternal Infant Health Program, OB Care, Smoking Cessation Program, Stanford Chronic Disease Management Program SERVICES uEducation Programs Community Initiatives; Grand Valley State University; Michigan State University College of Nursing, Preceptorship for Family Medicine; Muskegon Community College; University of Michigan uHealth Systems/Hospitals Mercy Health Partners

EXECUTIVE STAFF Linda Juarez, MPH Chief Executive Officer juarezl@hccc-health.org Wayne Kohn, DO Chief Medical Officer kohnw@hccc-health.org Sheri Weglarz Chief Operations Officer weglarzs@hccc-health.org Valerie Collis Chief Financial Officer collisv@hccc-health.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Cheryl Nebedum Chair Lawrence Burt Vice-chair Chris McGuigan Secretary

Members At Large: Gary Lukkari Harold Santo Javier Martinez Amy Nichols Karen Wallace Diane Varnado Christopher Sanford Rillastine Wilkins Malvern (Dale) Bolden

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Hamilton Community Health Network Administration Site: 225 E. Fifth St., Suite 300, Flint, MI 48502 810.406.HCHN (4246) phone | 810.424.6029 fax | www.hamiltonchn.org SITES Burton Site G-3375 S. Saginaw, Burton, MI 48529 810.406.4246 phone | 810.743.7086 fax 330E, 330H Hamilton Community Mental Health Primary Care Site 420 W. 5th Ave., Flint, MI 48502 810.257.3724 phone | 810.257.1343 fax 330E, 330H Dental North Site 5399 N. Saginaw St., Flint, MI 48505 810.406.4246 | phone 810.785.0865 fax

Main Site 2900 N. Saginaw, Flint, MI 48503 (effective December 5, 2011) 810.406.4246 phone | 810.789.9222 fax 330E, 330H North Pointe Site 5710 N. Clio Rd., Flint, MI 48504 810.406.4246 phone | 810.787.4491 fax 330E, 330H Clio Health Center 4154 W. Vienna Rd., Clio, MI 48420 810.406.4246 phone | 810.687.1951 fax 330E, 330H

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 25,259 • Medical Encounters 66,925 Dental Users 8,324 • Dental Encounters 16,956  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 79.3% <200% Federal Poverty Level 97.6% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 38.4% • Medicaid 48.1% • Medicare 6.9% • Private Insurance 6.6% Service Area: Genesee County

330E, 330H

 AMILTON community H health network SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Yes uDental Yes uHealth Education  Health screening, weight loss, smoking cessation, family planning, sexually transmitted disease uLaboratory Hurley Medical Center and Quest Laboratories on-site uMedical  Primary care adult medicine (internal medicine), family medicine, primary care pediatrics, obstetrics/ gynecology, behavioral health, podiatry, general dentistry, oral surgery, laboratory/phlebotomy services, immunizations/preventive care, referrals for specialty care uPharmacy  340B Pharmacy Program, Prescription Assistance Program uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish and sign language contracts; referral for other translation needs uTransportation Yes uX-ray Yes uOther Eligibility assistance, hospital referral, perinatal coordination, DHS worker assigned to HCHN and located on-site AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Central Michigan University Physician Assistant  Program; University of Michigan College of Nursing, Registered Nurse, and Nurse Practitioner Programs; University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry; Wayne State University Nurse Practitioner Program; Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Residency in Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics uHealth Systems/Hospitals Hurley Medical Center, Genesys Regional Medical Center, McLaren Health System EXECUTIVE STAFF Clarence Pierce, MS Chief Executive Officer cpierce@hamiltonchn.org Michael Giacalone, Jr., MD Chief Medical Officer mgiacalone@hamiltonchn.org Keith Johnson, CPA Chief Financial Officer kjohnson@hamiltonchn.org Angel Moore, JD Deputy Director & Legal Counsel amoore@hamiltonchn.org Earline Hill, BSN, MSA Director of Clinical Services ehill@hamiltonchn.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Archie LeFlore Chair Dr. Billie Lewis Vice-chair Ronald R. Stamps Treasurer Nancy Rich Secretary

Members At Large: Mary Williams Christine Gleason Gloria Quinney Frank Woods James Buterakos â&#x20AC;˘ Michael Townsend

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Health Centers Detroit Medical Group Administration Site: 4201 St. Antoine 9D, Detroit, MI 48201 313.966.5187 phone | 313.966.8111 fax | www.hcdmg.org SITES Health Centers Detroit Medical Group University Health Center 4201 St. Antoine, Suite 7A Detroit, MI 48201 313.745.4091 phone | 313.966.0993 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ Health Centers Detroit Medical Group Greenfield Health Center 23077 Greenfield Rd., Suite 400 Southfield, MI 48075 313.822.9801 ext 3 phone | 248.423.8169 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ Health Centers Detroit Medical Group East Jefferson Health Center 7633 E. Jefferson, Suite 340 Detroit, MI 48214 313.822.9801 ext 2 phone | 313.822.1030 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

Service Area Detroit

FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

health centers detroit medical group SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Detroit Health Department uDental Detroit Health Department uHealth Education Wayne State University School of Medicine uLaboratory Detroit Medical Center uMedical Health Centers Detroit Medical Group uPharmacy Detroit Health Department uTranslation/Interpretation University Health Center/Detroit Medical Center uTransportation Medicaid insurance dependent uX-ray Detroit Medical Center uOther Dermatology AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Wayne State University School of Medicine uHealth Systems/Hospitals Detroit Medical Center; Wayne State University

EXECUTIVE STAFF Herbert C. Smitherman, Jr., MD, MPH President & Chief Executive Officer hsmither@dmc.org Roy C. Elrod, MD Medical Director relrod@dmc.org Dennis Currier Financial Officer dcurrier@hcdmg.org

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Health Delivery, Inc. Administration Site: 501 Lapeer, Saginaw, MI 48607 989.759.6470 phone | 989.759.6424 fax | www.healthdelivery.org SITES Arthur Hill High School (AHHS) School-Based Health Center 3115 Mackinaw Rd., Saginaw, MI 48602 330E Bayside Health Center 3884 Monitor Rd., Bay City, MI 48706 330E Belding Health Center 302 S. Bridge St., Belding, MI 48809 330G (seasonal) Bridgeport Community Health Center 6297 Dixie Hwy., Bridgeport, MI 48722 330E David R. Gamez Community Health Center 501 Lapeer, Saginaw, MI 48607 330E HDI Obstetrics/Gynecology & Midwifery Services 3175 W. Professional Dr. Bay City, MI 48706 330E Hearth Home HIV/AIDS Awareness & Counseling Center 732 Hoyt St., Saginaw, MI 48607 330E

Imlay City Health Center 100 E. 3rd St., Imlay City, MI 48444 330E Janes Street Academic Community Health Center/OB Services 1522 Janes St., Saginaw, MI 48601 330E Manchester Health Center 4800 Esch Rd., Manchester, MI 48158 330G (seasonal) Roosevelt S. Ruffin Community Health Center 229 Gallagher Rd., Saginaw, MI 48601 330E Shiawassee Community Health Center 239 State Rd., Suite A, Owosso, MI 48867 Saginaw High School-Based Health Center 3100 Webber, Saginaw, MI 48601 330E Wadsworth Dental Center 2308 Wadsworth Rd., Saginaw, MI 48601 330E Warren Avenue Community Health Center 321 N. Warren, Saginaw, MI 48607 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 38,661 • Medical Encounters 157,702 Dental Users 17,133 • Dental Encounters 40,779  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 89.1% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 40.9% • Medicaid 39.9% • Medicare 7.3% • Private Insurance 11.9% Service Area Portions of Saginaw, Bay, Arenac, Tuscola, Midland, Huron, Sanilac, Lapeer, Macomb, St. Clair, Washtenaw, Montcalm, Ionia, Gratiot, Shiawassee Counties

330E, 330G

HEALTH DELIVERY, INC. SERVICES uDental  On-site preventive, restorative, and emergency care; three mobile dental units service Title One Elementary Schools throughout the service area and migrant camps uHealth Education Nutrition services; family planning; diabetes collaborative; cardiovascular collaborative; exercise classes; health education; smoking cessation; dental education in elementary schools uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical General primary medical care, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics; referral for specialty care u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010) Medical Home uPharmacy  340B uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish uTransportation  Radio dispatched van transportation; city bus; taxi vouchers uX-ray General radiology; mammography available AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University; University of Michigan  Dental School; Saginaw Valley State University; Ross Medical School; Davenport University; Delta Community College Health Education uHealth Systems/Hospitals St.Mary’s of Michigan, Saginaw; Covenant Health Care, Saginaw; McLaren Regional Medical Center, Bay City

EXECUTIVE STAFF David Gamez, RN, MA President & Chief Executive Officer dgamez@healthdelivery.org Lisa Galonska Senior Vice President of Administration lgalonska@healthdelivery.org Jim Hayden Chief of Staff jrhayden@healthdelivery.org Brenda M. Coughlin, MD Medical Director bcoughlin@healthdelivery.org Robert C. Dennison, DMD Dental Director rdennison@healthdelivery.org Sharron Gallop Vice President of Finance sgallop@healthdelivery.org Jodi Scorsone Vice President of Public Relations/Facilities jscorsone@healthdelivery.org Lisa Burnell Vice President of Clinical Services lburnell@healthdelivery.org Lee Anne Gordon Vice President of Operations lgordon@healthdelivery.org Laurie Sherman Executive Assistant lsherman@healthdelivery.org Patricia Perlberg Pharmacy Director pperlberg@healthdelivery.org

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Ingham County Health Department Administration Site: 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, MI 48911 517.887.4311 phone | 517.887.4310 fax | www.ingham.org SITES Cedar Community Health Center 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, MI 48911 330E Adult Dental Center 517.887.4423 phone | 517.887.4619 fax Adult Health Center 517.887.4302 phone | 517.887.4437 fax Child Health Services 517.887.4305 phone | 517.887.4440 fax Women’s Health Services 517.887.4320 phone | 517.887.4403 fax Healthy Smiles Dental Center 2815 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 203 Lansing, MI 48910 517.272.4150 phone | 517.485.1387 fax 330E Otto Community Health Center 500 E. Thomas St., Lansing, MI 48906 517.702.3555 phone | 517.484.7852 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

Sparrow Community Health Center 1322 E. Michigan Ave., Suite 308 Lansing, MI 48912 517.364.3074 phone | 517.483.3718 fax 330H St. Lawrence Community Health Center 1100 W. Saginaw, Suite 500 Lansing, MI 48912 517.364.7440 phone | 517.364.7444 fax 330E Well Child Health Center of Ingham County 901 E. Mt. Hope, Lansing, MI 48910 517.267.3400 phone | 517.372.9188 fax 330E Willow Health Center 306 W. Willow, Lansing, MI 48906 517.702.3500 phone | 517.484.5169 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 19,818 • Medical Encounters 60,903 Dental Users 7,450 • Dental Encounters 16,328  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 80.4% <200% Federal Poverty Level 95.6% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 33.7% • Medicaid 55% • Medicare 4.7% • Private Insurance 4% Service Area Central and Southwest Lansing MUAs in Ingham County

330E, 330H, FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

ingham county health Department SERVICES uDental On-site; school dental sealant program uHealth Education  Smoking cessation, cholesterol screenings, diabetes management, asthma education uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical Family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics/ gynecology, infectious disease uPharmacy  On-site and by referral uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish, Arabic, and other languages uTransportation  Located on bus route; bus tokens and cab vouchers provided uX-ray By referral uOther  Maternal Infant Health Program; Title X Family Planning; benefit enrollment; Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children; Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program; immunizations; mobile medical vehicle AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University College of Human  Medicine, Department of Pediatrics and Human Medicine and Department of Family Medicine; Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Pediatrics; Michigan State University College of Nursing uHealth Systems/Hospitals Ingham Regional Medical Center; Sparrow Health Systems

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER EXECUTIVE STAFF Deb Brinson, MPA Deputy Health Officer dbrinson@ingham.org Jo McGlew, MD, MPH Medical Director mcglew@ingham.org Barbara W. Mastin, MA Chief Operating Officer bmastin@ingham.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robin Turner President Marvin Cato Vice-president Thomas Curtis Secretary

Members At Large: Bobby Joyce Jackie Schraft Willie Davis Comm. Todd Tennis Beth Boyce Flesia McClurkin Diala Rabah Jackie Carson

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InterCare Community Health Network Administration Site: 50 Industrial Park Dr., Bangor, MI 49013 269.427.7937 phone | www.intercare.org SITES InterCare Bangor 308 Charles St., Bangor, MI 49013 269.427.7967 medical phone 269.427.7969 dental phone 330E, 330G InterCare Benton Harbor 800 M-139, Benton Harbor, MI 49022 855.869.6900 phone 330E InterCare Benton Harbor Student Health Center BHHS Health Center, Annex Building 870 Colfax Ave., Benton Harbor, MI 49022 269.605.1277 phone

InterCare Holland 285 James St., Holland, MI 49424 855.869.6900 phone 330E, 330G InterCare Pullman 5498 109th Ave., Pullman, MI 49450 269.236.5021 phone 330E, 330G InterCare Sparta 540 S. State St., Sparta, MI 49345 616.887.3800 phone 330G

InterCare Eau Claire 6270 W. Main St., Eau Claire, MI 49111 269.461.6927 phone 330E, 330G

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 34,875 • Medical Encounters 107,541 Dental Users 17,563 • Dental Encounters 35,461  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 85% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.6% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 38.6% • Medicaid 45.8% • Medicare 6.9% • Private Insurance 8.7% Service Area Allegan, Berrien, Cass, Kent, Ottawa, VanBuren Counties

330E, 330G

I NTERCARE COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site at Benton Harbor, Bangor, and Eau Claire; by referral uDental On-site uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory On-site uMedical Primary care, prenatal uPharmacy  On-site uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish uX-ray By referral uOther WIC, Maternal Infant Health Program, mobile medical and dental vans AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Andrews University; Grand Valley State University;  Kalamazoo Valley Community College; Lake Michigan College; Western Michigan University KCMS; Southwestern Michigan College; Ross Medical Education Center; Everest Institute; Brown Mackie College uHealth Systems/Hospitals Lakeland Regional Health Systems; Holland Community Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Velma Hendershott President & CEO velma@intercare.org Judith Rayman Executive Vice President judy@intercare.org Robin Mack Vice President of Operations mack@intercare.org Lisa Fink, MD Medical Director lfink@intercare.org Mary Kay Powell-Steele, DDS Dental Director msteele@intercare.org Eric Holzberg Chief Financial Officer eholzberg@intercare.org Jon Withers Director, Clinical Informatics jwithers@intercare.org Jody Elliott Director, Patient Financial Services jelliott@intercare.org Patrick Sullivan Director, Finance psullivan@intercare.org Sharon Kloosterman Director, Dental Services skloosterman@intercare.org Kathy Zolp Director, Clinical Systems kzolp@intercare.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS - OFFICERS Guillermo Martinez Chair Robert Burns Vice-chair Darrell Day Treasurer Karen Freeburn Secretary

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MidMichigan Health Services Administration Site: 9249 W. Lake City Rd., Houghton Lake, MI 48629 989.422.5122 phone | 989.422.6838 fax | www.midmichigan.org SITES MidMichigan Health Park Houghton Lake 9249 W. Lake City Rd. Houghton Lake, MI 48629 989.422.5122 phone | 989.422.6838 fax 330E MidMichigan Medical Offices Roscommon 135 Lake St., Roscommon, MI 48653 989.275.8931 phone | 989.275.4074 fax 330E Houghton Lake School-Based Health Clinic 4433 W. Houghton Lake Dr., Houghton Lake, MI 48629 989.366.2061 phone | 989.366.2065 fax Gerrish-Higgins School-Based Health Clinic 299 E. Sunset Dr., Roscommon, MI 48653 989.275.6658 phone

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 12,866 • Medical Encounters 35,586 Dental Users 79 • Dental Encounters 90  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 59% <200% Federal Poverty Level 89.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 15.8% • Medicaid 21.9% • Medicare 23.1% • Private Insurance 39.3% Service Area Roscommon and surrounding areas in North Central Michigan

330E

MIDMICHIGAN HEALTH SERVICES SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site and by referral uDental Contract and by referral uHealth Education Nutrition, prevention, diabetic counseling uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical General primary care, urgent medical care u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010) Medical Home uPharmacy  Contract pharmacy uTranslation/Interpretation Use community resources uOther Vision screening, hearing screening, ultrasound, mammography, bone density screening, school health services AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Central Michigan University; Kirtland Community College Nursing Program; MidMichigan Community College uHealth Systems/Hospitals Clare, Gladwin, Midland; MidMichigan Health; MidMichigan Medical Center-Clare; MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland

EXECUTIVE STAFF Darrell E. Milner, MPH Executive Director darrell.milner@midmichiganhs.org Jeff Strickler, MD, FAAFP Medical Director jeff.strickler@midmichiganhs.org Jim Raschke, MBA, FHFMA Finance Director jim.raschke@midmichiganhs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS James Bischoff Chair Thomas K. Jennette Vice-chair Gary Boushelle Secretary/ Treasurer

Members At Large: Larry Barco Dawn LaCasse Bernadette Stocking Dave Reece Thomas J. Moreau Frederick Roemer Debbie VanWert

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Muskegon Family Care Administration Site: 2201 S. Getty St., Muskegon, MI 49444 231.733.4800 phone | 231.733.7380 fax | www.mfc-health.org SITES Getty Street Medical Clinic 2201 S. Getty St., Muskegon, MI 49444 231.739.9315 phone | 231.767.8262 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 17,173 • Medical Encounters 63,606 Dental Users 8,598 • Dental Encounters 18,723  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 82.9% <200% Federal Poverty Level 92.2% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 24.8% • Medicaid 63.4% • Medicare 4.5% • Private Insurance 7.4% Service Area Muskegon County

330E

MUSKEGON FAMILY CARE SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Counseling services, case management and community resource referral and coordination uDental  General practice dentistry for adults and children including preventive, restorative, and emergency care uHealth Education  Diabetic education services, dietary education, Maternal Infant Health Program, outreach/health fairs, DAD class uLaboratory By referral uMedical Family practice; primary care services including prenatal and obstetrics; referral for specialty care uPharmacy  Clinical pharmacist available on-site along with 340B prescription services; 340B contract pharmacy by referral uTranslation/Interpretation Available as needed uTransportation Van driver/transportation services, bus passes, medical transportation services coordinated as needed uX-ray By referral uOther Sight for Students gift certificates for eye exams and glasses coordinated through clinics; participating Reach Out and Read site AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Grand Rapids Community College; Grand Valley  State University School of Social Work; Michigan State University Family Practice Residency Program; University of Michigan Dental Program uHealth Professions MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine; Mercy Health Programs Partners Family Practice Residency; Grand Valley State University School of Social Work; University of Michigan Dental Program uHealth Systems/Hospitals Mercy Health Partners

EXECUTIVE STAFF Sheila Bridges Chief Executive Officer bridgess@mfc-health.org David Wilson, MD Medical Director wilsond@mfc-health.org Kalisha Morin, DDS Dental Director morink@mfc-health.org Paula Podein Chief Operating Officer podeinp@mfc-health.org Lynn Diffell Chief Financial Officer diffelll@mfc-health.org Paul Schultz, PhD Pharmacy Director schultzp@mfc-health.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dorothy Scott President Jeff Melton Vice-president Greg Loomis Treasurer Danette Terry Secretary

Members At Large: David Ramos Karen Biggerstaff Cedric Jenkins Linda Malone Sonya Hernandez

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Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc. Administration Site: 10767 Traverse Hwy. (M-72 W), Suite B, Traverse City, MI 49684 231.947.1112 phone | 231.947.7739 fax | www.nmhsi.org SITES Bear Lake / Onekama Clinic 6433 Eight Mile Rd., Bear Lake, MI 49614 231.889.5600 phone | 231.889.5655 fax Shelby Clinic 119 S. State St., Shelby, MI 49455 231.861.2130 phone | 231.861.4964 fax Traverse City Clinic 10767 Traverse Hwy. Traverse City, MI 49684 231.947.0351 phone | 231.947.2384 fax Dental Program Operates year around in Shelby Clinic and Traverse City Clinic

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 2,851 • Medical Encounters 9,052 Dental Users 957 • Dental Encounters 1,913  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 82.2% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 75.3% • Medicaid 24.7% • Medicare 0% • Private Insurance 0% Service Area Antrim, Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Benzie, Manistee, Mason, Oceana Counties

330G

 orthwest michigan N health services, inc. SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site and by referral uDental  On-site and by referral uHealth Education  On-site and by referral uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical Primary care on-site and by referral uPharmacy By referral uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish, Ukrainian, French uX-ray By referral uOther WIC, RN outreach services, Promatora Program, Project Puente Outreach Program, Medicaid enrollment on-site, prenatal classes, case management AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs University of Michigan Dental School, Dental College  Hygiene Program, College of Nursing; Michigan State University College of Nursing, College of Human Medicine, College of Osteopathic Medicine; Northwestern Michigan College Nursing Program; Madonna University College of Nursing; West Shore Community College Nursing Program; Ross Medical Education Center; University of Detroit Mercy uHealth Systems/Hospitals Mercy Health Partners, Lakeshore Campus, Shelby; Munson Medical Center, Traverse City; West Shore Medical Center, Manistee

EXECUTIVE STAFF Judith Williams, MPH, MSW Executive Director jwilliams@nmhsi.org Penelope Dougherty, RN Chief Operations Officer pdougherty@nmhsi.org James Roberts, DDS Oral Health Director jamesjroberts@yahoo.com Gladys Muñoz, MSA Language & Cultural Diversity Services Director jpac3@juno.com Carol Wenzlaff Administrative Officer Manager cwenzlaff@nmhsi.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Rose Rangel President Kirk Myers Vice-president Larry Vansickle Treasurer Joel Sytsma Secretary

Members At Large: Jim Krupka Leah Tatasciore Ruth Meikle David Wild

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Oakland Primary Health Services Administration Site: 46 N. Saginaw, Pontiac, MI 48342 248.322.6747 phone | 248.322.5787 fax | oaklandphs.org SITES Oakland Primary Health Services 46 N. Saginaw, Pontiac, MI 48342 248.322.6747 phone | 248.322.5787 fax 330E Pontiac High School School-Based Health Center 1051 Arlene St., Pontiac, MI 48340 248.451.7300 phone Pontiac Middle School Teen Health Center 1275 N. Perry St., Pontiac, MI 48340 Waterford Teen Health Clinic 501 N. Cass Lake Rd., Room 213 Waterford, MI 48328 248.674.4876 phone

 010 Utilization Rate 2 Medical Users 3,347 • Medical Encounters 6,560

2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 84.5% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.3%

2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 76% • Medicaid 12% • Medicare 8.1% • Private Insurance 3.9% Service Area Oakland County, Pontiac

330E

 AKLAND PRIMARY O HEALTH SERVICES SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health On-site uDental  Voucher program and by referral uLaboratory Yes uMedical  Full-spectrum primary care: prenatal, pediatrics, adolescent, adult, geriatric, infectious disease, family planning uTranslation/Interpretation Spanish, Hmong uTransportation Yes uX-ray By referral uOther Eligibility assistance, hospital referral AFFILIATIONS uHealth Systems/Hospitals Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital, Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland, Doctor’s Hospital of Michigan

EXECUTIVE STAFF Linda Shively, MPA, HCA Interim Chief Executive Officer lshively@oaklandphs.org Preston Thomas, MD Chief Medical Officer pthomas@oaklandphs.org Lloyd Kernen Chief Financial Officer lkernen@oaklandphs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Billy Holland President Sabrina Simpson Vice-president Leona Patterson Treasurer Eirther Seay-Bey Secretary

Members At Large: Martha Gonzales Rochelle Walk Michele Miller Anissa Ellis Daryel Daniels

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Saint Mary’s Health Care Community Health Centers Administration Site: 200 Jefferson St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.685.6897 phone | 616.685.6151 fax | www.smmmc.org SITES Browning Claytor Health Center 1246 Madison SE Grand Rapids, MI 49507 616.685.8300 phone | 616.913.8322 fax Clinica Santa Maria 730 Grandville Ave. SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.685.8400 phone | 616.742.1322 fax 330H Heartside Clinic 359 S. Division, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.685.3800 phone | 616.685.3818 fax 330H Saint Mary’s Special Immunology 245 Cherry St SE #306 Grand Rapids, MI 49503 616.913.8200 phone | 616.774.0158 fax Ryan White Title III

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 8,117 • Medical Encounters 26,134 2010 Patient Income Status: <100% Federal Poverty Level 82.8% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.7% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 47.6% • Medicaid 41.8% • Medicare 3.7% • Private Insurance 6.9% Service Area Kent County and surrounding counties

330H, Ryan White Title III

 AINT Mary’s health care S community health centers SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Treatment, counseling, and substance abuse on-site uDental By referral uHealth Education Health screening, nutrition services uLaboratory On-site and at hospital campus uMedical  Primary care, HIV care for patients of Saint Mary’s McAuley Health Center, podiatry, obstetrics/ gynecology, dermatology, physical therapy uOther Eligibility assistance, WIC on-site, Maternal Infant Health Program on-site

EXECUTIVE STAFF Bradford Mathis Director, Community Benefit Integration mathisb@trinity-health.org Ernest Quiroz, MD Medical Director Steve Pirog Chief Financial Officer

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St. John Providence Health System Administration Site: 28000 Dequindre, Warren, MI 48092 586.753.0649 phone | 586.753.0620 fax SITES St. Vincent de Paul Health Center Providence Pavilion 22255 Greenfield, Suite 349 Southfiled, MI 48075

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 5 • Medical Encounters 428 2010 Patient Income Status: <200% Federal Poverty Level 100%

2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 100%

Service Area: Detroit, Southfield

Community Based Provider Nonprofit Health System

st. john Providence health system SERVICES uHealth Education Yes uLaboratory Yes uMedical  Comprehensive adult medical services, 19-64 years of age uPharmacy Yes uTranslation/Interpretation Available uX-ray Off-site AFFILIATIONS uHealth Systems/Hospitals Providence; St. John Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Cynthia Taueg Vice President of Community Health cynthia.taueg@stjohn.org Karen Beger Director Community Health karen.beger@stjohn.org

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Sterling Area Health Center Administration Site: 725 E. State St., Sterling, MI 48659 989.654.2072 phone | 989.654.2348 fax | www.sterlinghealth.net SITES Ogemaw Clinic 1827 E. Greenwood Rd. Prescott, MI 48756 989.873.6200 phone | 989.873.5563 fax 330E Sterling Dental Clinic 5095 Rifle River Trail, Alger, MI 48610 989.873.5152 phone | 989.873.5913 fax 330E Sterling Medical 725 E. State St., Sterling, MI 48659 989.654.2491 phone | 989.654.2190 fax 330E Sterling Medical After Hours Clinic 725 E. State St., Sterling, MI 48659 989.654.3666 phone 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 3,962 • Medical Encounters 13,702 Dental Users 3,147 • Dental Encounters 9,405  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 59.7% <200% Federal Poverty Level 98.2% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 31% • Medicaid 29.8% • Medicare 10.5% • Private Insurance 28.8% Service Area: All of Arenac and Ogemaw Counties; parts of Gladwin, Bay, Iosco Counties

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Sterling area health center SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Psychiatry and counseling on-site including substance abuse treatment uDental  On-site uHealth Education On-site uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical  Comprehensive primary care including family practice, internal medicine, gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, dental u Patient-Centered Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2010, 2011) Medical Home uPharmacy On-site (limited) and by referral to local pharmacies and/or indigent patient programs uTranslation/Interpretation Available telephonically uTransportation  County Public Transit limited but can be prearranged by staff uX-ray Off-site by referral uOther Substance abuse outpatient treatment and prevention on-site, after hours walk-in clinic AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University; Wayne State University; Western Michigan University uHealth Systems/Hospitals Covenant Health Care; St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Roger Rushlow Chief Executive Officer rrushlow@sterlinghealth.net Linda Runyon, MD Medical Director lrunyon@sterlinghealth.net Julie Angers Finance Director jangers@sterlinghealth.net BOARD OF DIRECTORS James Balten Chair Robin Korona Vice-Chair Jeannette Krawczak Treasurer

Members At Large: Charles Bomaster Ronda Switek Ronald Bouldin Nicholas Schlicht David Krzyzaniak John Swaffield Roger Anderson

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The Wellness Plan Medical Centers Administration Site: 7700 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48202 313.202.8550 phone | 313.202.6822 fax | www.wellplan.com SITES The Wellness Plan (TWP) East Area Medical Center 4909 E. Outer Dr., Detroit, MI 48234 313.366.2000 phone | 313.369.3950 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ The Wellness Plan (TWP) Gateway Medical Center 2888 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48202 313.875.4200 phone | 313.875.5619 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ The Wellness Plan (TWP) Northwest Medical Center 21040 Greenfield, Oak Park, MI 48237 248.967.6500 phone | 248.967.6528 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

2010 Utilization Rate edical Users 33,791 • Medical Encounters 41,479 M 2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 24.2% <200% Federal Poverty Level 45.6% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 25% • Medicaid 30.4% • Medicare 11.1% • Private Insurance 33.5% Service Area Metropolitan Detroit

FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

 he Wellness Plan T medical centers SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Contracted Professional Psychological and Psychiatric Services (PPPS III) uDental  By referral uHealth Education Diabetes, asthma, hypertension uLaboratory Detroit Medical Center (DMC) Laboratory uMedical  Primary care, internal medicine, pediatrics, family practice uPharmacy Clinical pharmacy located on-site at each medical center uTranslation/Interpretation Provided by phone or in person at each medical center uTransportation As provided by customers’ HMO Plan uX-ray By referral AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Baker College; Crockett Vocational/Technical Center: Everest Institute; Wayne State University; Wayne County Community College uHealth Systems/Hospitals Detroit Medical Center (DMC)

EXECUTIVE STAFF Anthony V. King, FACHE, MHSA Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director aking@wellplan.com Brenda Jackson Executive Assistant bjackson@wellplan.com Gloria Reid, MBA Director of Finance greid@wellplan.com Linwood Black, MD Medical Director lblack@wellplan.com Kimberly L. Thornton, RPh Director, Pharmacy Programs kthornton@wellplan.com Richard Oldacre Director, Operations roldacre@wellplan.com Betty Shelton, MBA Director, Human Resources and Compliance & Ethics bshelton@wellplan.com BOARD OF TRUSTREES Margaret Louise Betts, MD Chair Audrey Elaine Smith Vice-chair J. Curtis Black Treasurer Daniell Jones Assistant Treasurer J.D. Mullins, Esq Secretary Lindsay Wright-EL Assistant Secretary

Members At Large: Anita Moncrease, MD Melanie Roby Anthony White Prince Ealy Sharyn Johnson, MBA

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Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. Administration Site: 15774 State St., P.O. Box 427, Hillman, MI 49746 989.742.4583 phone | 989.742.4298 fax | www.tbchs.org SITES Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. - Atlanta 11899 M-32, Atlanta, MI 49709 989.785.4855 phone | 989.785.2267 fax 330E Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. - Hillman 15774 State St., Hillman, MI 49746 989.742.4583 phone | 989.742.4298 fax 330E Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. - Onaway 21258 W. M-68 Hwy., Onaway, MI 49765 989.733.2082 phone | 989.733.8487 fax 330E

Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. - Rogers City 205 S. Bradley Hwy. Rogers City, MI 49779 989.734.2052 phone | 989.734.7390 fax 330E Thunder Bay Pharmacy 11899 M-32, Atlanta, MI 49709 989.785.5535 phone | 989.785.5267 fax 330E Thunder Bay Pharmacy - Onaway 21258 W. M-68 Hwy., Onaway, MI 49765 989.733.7037 phone | 989.733.7069 fax 330E

Onaway School Based Health Center 4549 M-33 Hwy., Onaway, MI 49765 989.733.4980 phone | 989.733.7064 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 13,253 • Medical Encounters 54,923 Dental Users 1,708 • Dental Encounters 4,271  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 69.3% <200% Federal Poverty Level 92.9% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 25.3% • Medicaid 20% • Medicare 24% • Private Insurance 30.6% Service Area Montmorency, Presque Isle, Alpena, Cheboygan Counties

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thunder bay community health service, inc. SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site psychiatry, PhD Psychologists, Masters Level Social Workers uDental  On-site family dentistry in Atlanta Clinic (x-ray, cleanings, restorations, extractions, denture services, anterior root canals, crowns, and limited bridge work as needed) uHealth Education Chronic disease specialist, health screening, wellness programs, diabetes support groups, smoking cessation, nutrition, prevention, prenatal education uLaboratory On-site and by referral uMedical  Primary care, referral for specialty care, in-patient and nursing home care uPatient-Centered  Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (2011) Medical Home uPharmacy Retail and 340B pharmacy in Atlanta Clinic and Onaway Clinic; contract with other local pharmacies for 340B services; Patient Assistance Program at all clinic sites uTranslation/Interpretation Service arrangement through Verizon uX-ray  X-ray technologist on-site at Hillman Clinic, Atlanta Clinic, and Onaway Clinic; x-ray services available through Alpena Regional Medical Center for Rogers City Clinic uOther School-Based Health Center in the Onaway Area Schools, open five days per week AFFILIATIONS u Education Programs Central Michigan University; Michigan State University; Spring Arbor University; Alpena Community College uHealth Systems/Hospitals Alpena Regional Medical Center

EXECUTIVE STAFF Michelle Styma Chief Executive Officer mstyma@tbchs.org Marion Hautea, MD Chief Medical Officer mhautea@tbchs.org Sharron Gallop Chief Financial Officer sgallop@healthdelivery.org Amy Hepburn Reimbursement Director ahepburn@tbchs.org Tom Kane, RN, RRT, MBA Clinical Services Director tkane@tbchs.org Susan Elowski Business Office Manager selowski@tbchs.org Leighann Mill Finance Director lmill@tbchs.org Anthony VanHorn Chief Information Officer avanhorn@tbchs.org Brenda Motley Human Resources Director bmotley@ncc-mi.net Lori Wineman, PharmD Pharmacy Director lwineman@tbchs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mike Wurtsmith Chair Nancy Dextrom Vice-chair Ben Bolser Treasurer Beach Hall Secretary

Members At Large: Tarry Deo Shanna Johnson John Fallot Al Moe Rod Fullerton Nina Kennard â&#x20AC;˘

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Traverse Health Clinic Administration Site: 3155 Logan Valley Rd., Traverse City, MI 49684 231.935.0799 phone | 866.482.6987 toll-free | www.traversehealthclinic.org SITES Traverse Health Clinic (on-site primary care clinic) 3147 Logan Valley Rd. Traverse City, MI 49684 231.935.0668 phone | 231.935.0962 fax Community Based Provider

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 1,300 • Medical Encounters 5,571 Dental Users 257 2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 39% <200% Federal Poverty Level 83% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 66% • Medicaid 34% • Medicare 0% • Private Insurance 0% Service Area Grand Traverse, Benzie, Leelanau Counties

Community Based Provider

TRAVERSE HEALTH CLINIC SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  On-site mental health services with primary care integration; referrals to private mental health therapists; limited chemical dependency services on-site; referrals to community providers uDental  Dental Access Program; dental hygiene services; services also provided by a TH Clinic collaborative uHealth Education  Provided at on-site primary care clinic for chronic disease management, including diabetes, and weight loss uLaboratory  Referrals to Munson Medical Center lab sites uMedical  Comprehensive primary care including management of chronic diseases, diabetic clinic, HIV counseling/testing uPharmacy  Medication Access Program on-site; pharmacy cards for clients enrolled in access program uTranslation/Interpretation  Spanish available on-site; others available as needed uTransportation  Vouchers for local bus and taxi services uX-ray  Referrals to Munson Medical Center and affiliates uOther  Volunteer access program with large community network; vision program offering eye exams and low cost eyewear; on-site episodic dermatology clinics AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Medical students who are part of the affiliation between Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Munson Medical Center; Residents from the partnership between Munson Healthcare Family Practice Center and Michigan State University; Grand Valley State University (nurse practitioner students and masters in social work students); University of Michigan School of Dentistry uHealth Systems/Hospitals Munson Healthcare subsidiaries, including Munson Medical Center and Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital EXECUTIVE STAFF Arlene Brennan, RN, MSN, MHSA Executive Director abrennan@traversehcc.org Ann Avery, RN, CNP Clinic Director aavery@traversehcc.org Meg Lancucki Benner Practice Administrator mlbenner@traversehcc.org Sherri Fenton Development & Marketing Director sfenton@traversehcc.org Gail Heath Finance Manager gheath@traversehcc.org Rene Louchart, RDH, BS Dental Health Director rlouchart@traversehcc.org Sue Murchie Programs Director smurchie@traversehcc.org Lynn Swan, MD Medical Director lswan@traversehcc.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Daniel Edson President Carl Benner, MD Vice-president Edward Carlson Treasurer Patrick Nestory Secretary Members At Large: Raymond Bohrer, MD William Crawford

Heather Dykstra, JD Kathrine Garthe T. Michael Jackson Charles Kass, DDS, MS Gregory Paffhouse Beverly Toomey, PhD

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Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center Administration Site: 301 Explorer St., Gwinn, MI 49841 906.346.9668 phone | 906.346.9113 fax | www.uglhealth.org SITES Gwinn Family Health Center 135 East M-35, Gwinn, MI 49841 906.346.9275 phone | 906.346.5616 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ Sawyer Family Health Center 301 Explorer St., Gwinn, MI 49841 906.346.4924 phone | 906.346.6474 fax FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

010 Utilization Rate 2 Medical Users 5,217 • Medical Encounters 16,364

2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 17% <200% Federal Poverty Level 16%

2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 8% • Medicaid 21% • Medicare 28% • Private Insurance 43% Service Area Marquette County

FQHC ‘Look-Alike’

 pper great lakes U family health center SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health Available through Great Lakes Recovery Center, Catholic Social Services, Marquette General Health System uDental  Exams, cleanings, x-rays, sealants for children offered through partnerships with Sawyer Dental Clinic in KI Sawyer and Michigan Community Dental Center in Marquette uMedical Primary care, pediatrics, obstetrics, geriatrics uPharmacy Prescriptions for qualified individuals through the 340B Prescription Program AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Michigan State University; Marquette General Family Practice Residency uHealth Systems/Hospitals Marquette General Health System; Bell Hospital; Upper Peninsula Medical Center; Superior Health Partners

EXECUTIVE STAFF Donald A. Simila, MSW, FACHE Chief Executive Officer donald.simila@uglhealth.org Catherine Kroll, DO Chief Medical Officer Catherine.Kroll@mghs.org Wendy Rautio Director of Finance Wendy.Rautio@uglhealth.org Marge Haralson Clinic Director margaret.haralson@mghs.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Colin Jenkins Chair William Hill Vice-chair Jean Wilcox, DVM Treasurer Julie Shaw Secretary

Members At Large: Margaret Derwin Brian Donahue Patricia Johnson Robin Roy Stephen Vairo Jerry Worden Larry Ziomkowski Karen DeYoung Janet Koistenen

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Upper Peninsula Association of Rural Health Services, Inc. Administration Site: 220 W. Washington, Suite 430, Marquette, MI 49855 906.228.3613 phone | 906.228.3656 fax | www.upruralhealth.org SITES Dickinson-Iron Dental Center 211 S. Fourth St., Suite B Crystal Falls, MI 49920 906.875.6133 phone | 906.875.6742 fax 330E Ewen Medical-Dental Center 200 S. Elm St., Ewen, MI 49925 906.988.2210 medical phone 906.988.2468 dental phone 906.988.2388 fax 330E Northern Menominee Health Center N16088 Balsam Ln., Spalding, MI 49886 906.497.5263 phone | 906.497.4033 fax 330E Northern Menominee Health Center South Harbors 1110 Tenth Ave., Menominee, MI 49858 906.863.2315 phone | 906.863.7245 fax 330E

Sawyer Dental Center 301 Explorer, Suite B, Gwinn, MI 49841 906.372.9267 phone | 906.372.9266 fax 330E Northern Menominee Health Center South 805 First St., Menominee, MI 49858 906.863.2315 phone | 906.863.7245 fax 330E West Mackinac Dental Clinic W14034 Melville St., Engadine, MI 49827 906.477.6090 phone | 906.477.6129 fax 330E Marquette-Alger Health Center 700 W. Washington St. Marquette, MI 49855 906.228.8238 phone | 906.228.5716 fax Community Based Provider Quincy Hill Health Center 51024 U.S. Hwy. 41, Hancock, MI 49930 906.483.2358 phone Community Based Provider

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 3,531 • Medical Encounters 11,036 Dental Users 6,269 • Dental Encounters 13,706  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 60.8% <200% Federal Poverty Level 81.1% 2010 Patient Insurance StatuS Uninsured 37% • Medicaid 42.8% • Medicare 5.9% • Private Insurance 14.3% Service Area Alger, Baraga, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinac, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon Schoolcraft Counties

330E, Community Based Provider

upper peninsula association of rural health services, Inc. SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Presently being added to all medical sites; also by referral to local mental health and substance abuse programs uDental  General dentistry, minor oral surgery; referral for other specialty care; Headstart screenings; state preventive community outreach programs (fluoride varnish and sealants) uHealth Education Health screening, education, nutrition; school programs uLaboratory CLIA waived; on-site and by referral uMedical  Primary care; referral for specialty care uPharmacy On-site and by referral uTranslation/Interpretation Yes uTransportation  Limited local and by referral to social service agencies and volunteers uX-ray By referral uOther Optometry by referral; outreach; prescription assistance AFFILIATIONS uEducation Programs Bay de Noc Community College, Escanaba; Northern Michigan University, Marquette uHealth Systems/Hospitals Grand View Hospital, Ironwood; Aspirus Keweenaw, Laurium; St. Francis Hospital, Escanaba

EXECUTIVE STAFF Donna Jaksic Executive Director djaksic@ncc-mi.net Catherine Harris, MD Clinical Director uparhs@ncc-mi.net Cathy Mercier Operations Manager cmercier@ncc-mi.net BOARD OF DIRECTORS Patricia Talsma Chair Philip Kolehmainen Vice-chair Edith Corda Treasurer Edmund Bogart Secretary

Members At Large: Belle Hansen Phyllis Johnson Susan Johnson James Terrian, MD Bill Edwards Patricia Sanderson

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Western Wayne Family Health Centers Administration Site: 2500 Hamlin Court, Inkster, MI 48141 313.561.5100 phone | 313.565.0309 or 313.277.5162 fax | www.wwfhcinkster.org SITES Western Wayne Family Health Center 2500 Hamlin Court, Inkster, MI 48141 313.561.5100 phone | 313.565.0309 fax 330E Western Wayne Family Health Center 26650 Eureka Rd., Suite C Taylor, MI 48180 734.941.4991 phone | 734.941.4919 fax 330E

2010 Utilization Rate Medical Users 6,586 • Medical Encounters 19,526 Dental Users 392 • Dental Encounters 804  2010 Patient Income Status <100% Federal Poverty Level 69.1% <200% Federal Poverty Level 99.4% 2010 Patient Insurance Status Uninsured 40.3% • Medicaid 44.6% • Medicare 3.3% • Private Insurance 11.9% Service Area Western Wayne County

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western wayne family health centers SERVICES uBehavioral/Mental Health  Mental health evaluations, assessments and counseling services; also provide some case management and resource counseling uDental  Preventive and emergency services for children and adults uHealth Education University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit; Everest Institute, Dearborn uLaboratory Quest Laboratories uMedical  Primary care including perinatal care, pediatric care, adolescent care, adult medicine, obstetrics/ gynecology, geriatric medicine uPharmacy 340B program administered by New Millennium Drugs, Inkster uTransportation Available uX-ray Patients referred for diagnostic imaging services uOther  Patients referred for specialty services; WIC; online insurance enrollment into MOMS, HealthyKids, MIChild AFFILIATIONS uHealth Systems/Hospitals Oakwood Health System; Garden City Hospital

EXECUTIVE STAFF Linda Atkins Chief Executive Officer latkins@wwfhc.org Errol G. Elrington, MD Interim Chief Medical Officer eelrington@wwfhc.org Rao Kakarala, CPA Chief Financial Officer rkakarala@wwfhc.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS Noah Bergeron Chair Roy Birmingham Treasurer Eugenia Dillard Secretary

Members At Large: David Ippel Bishop Walter Starghill Troy D. Tipton Bobbie Wallace Terrel LeCesne Lisa H. Rutledge Carolyn R. Kimbrough Mark Tucker DeArtiss Richardson

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MPCA Members at a Glance Page 14 Advantage Health Centers Detroit | 330E, 330H 16 Alcona Health Centers Lincoln | 330E 18 American Indian Health & Family Services of Southeastern Michigan, Inc. Detroit | IHS Title V Urban Indian Health Program 20 Baldwin Family Health Care Baldwin | 330E 22 Barry-Eaton District Health Department Charlotte | Community Based Provider 24 Bay Mills Health Center Brimley | 330E, IHS 26 Cassopolis Family Clinic Cassopolis | 330E 28 Center for Family Health Jackson | 330E 30 Cherry Street Health Services Grand Rapids | 330E, 330G, 330H 32 Community Health & Social Services Center (CHASS) Detroit | 330E 34 Covenant Community Care Detroit | 330E 36 Detroit Community Health Connection Detroit | 330E, Ryan White Part C Clinic, Ryan White Part A Primary Care Services 38 Downriver Community Services Algonac | 330E, 330H 40 East Jordan Family Health Center East Jordan | 330E 42 Family Health Center, Inc. Kalamazoo | 330E, 330H 44 Family Health Center of Battle Creek Battle Creek | 330E, 330H 46 Family Medical Center of Michigan Temperance | 330E 48 Hackley Community Care Center Muskegon | 330E 50 Hamilton Community Health Network Flint | 330E, 330H 52 Health Centers Detroit Medical Group Detroit | FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ 54 Health Delivery, Inc. Saginaw | 330E, 330G 56 Ingham County Health Department Lansing | 330E, 330H, FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ 58 InterCare Community Health Network Bangor | 330E, 330G 60 MidMichigan Health Services Houghton Lake | 330E 62 Muskegon Family Care Muskegon | 330E 64 Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc. Traverse City | 330G 66 Oakland Primary Health Services Pontiac | 330E 68 Saint Mary’s Health Care Community Health Centers Grand Rapids | 330H, Ryan White Title III 70 St. John Providence Health System Warren | Community Based Provider 72 Sterling Area Health Center Sterling | 330E 74 The Wellness Plan Medical Centers Detroit | FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ 76 Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. Hillman | 330E 78 Traverse Health Clinic Traverse City | Community Based Provider 80 Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center Gwinn | FQHC ‘Look-Alike’ 82 Upper Peninsula Association of Rural Health Services, Inc. Marquette | 330E, Community Based Provider 84 Western Wayne Family Health Centers Inkster | 330E

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