A $1.5 million Centers for Disease Control and Prevention grant will pay for a partnership between the Department of Public Health and Lynn Community Health Center to treat and prevent latent tuberculosis. The three-year pilot program will focus on creating a comprehensive strategy against latent tuberculosis infection, the DPH announced Monday. The grant is the only one awarded in the country.
Got Food? is a resource to assist you in locating nearby food pantries and soup kitchens. The app uses data from regional food providers to maintain an updated and reliable list of resources. It is available for free on all smartphones and is very easy to use. Download Got Food? today to find a meal near you! Learn more.
Lynn Community Health Center Nurse Zhanna Bronshvayg was recognized on December 1 as the Nurse of the Year in Community Health at the annual March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Breakfast. This award recognizes nurses who have had outstanding impacts on their communities.
The Chatters and Crafters knitting group from the First Lutheran Church in Lynn has been knitting baby blankets, hats, and sweaters for the health centers youngest patients for the past two years in loving memory of longtime member Eleanor Deegan. We are so grateful for their generosity!
Every year, Lynn Community Health Center’s Obstetrics and Pediatric staff host its annual “Baby’s First Christmas” for the families of babies born to Health Center patients in the past year. Organized by a dedicated group of community volunteers, this event is attended by about 80 parents and their children.