Russian origin. Meaning “in perfect health,” or “fit as a fiddle.”
Come to The Blue Ox in Downtown Lynn for an evening of hors d’ouevres, drinks, fun, and friends. Help more than 40,000 Lynn Community Health Center patients be “healthy as an ox!” Buy your tickets now!
The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management announced the winners of the Employer of Excellence Awards during the AAPA Conference 2019 in Denver. Lynn Community Health Center was one of 15 organizations to receive the distinction, and the only federally qualified community health center.
The award program is designed to showcase organizations that have created and maintain an environment in which physician assistants can provide the very best care for their patients and are afforded opportunities for...
Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. Did you know that there is a non-invasive and private way you can be screened for colon cancer? If you are over 50, ask your doctor about a FIT test.
Learn more! Members of our Blue Team have created a video with important information about colon cancer screening.
We were proud to honor Laura Kurzrok, Executive Director of Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, and Alice Lee, Executive Director of Lean Enterprise Institute. They shared poignant stories about transformative events in their lives that led them to their commitment to social justice and working for change. Both spoke eloquently of the need to ensure that those most vulnerable among us get the care they deserve.
The Department of Transition Assistance (DTA) will be issuing February SNAP EARLY - between January 17th and 20th. Just like all normal SNAP payments, this SNAP does not expire and will remain on the card until the household uses it. DTA will NOT be issuing SNAP in February, so families should plan accordingly.
Honored to host Governor Baker and Secretary Sudders as they announce $50 Million in funding for CHCs over the next 5 years that will increase our capacity to serve those with substance use and other behavioral health disorders.
Check out the press release from the Lynn Item about the visit!