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NKCH Recognized for Community Health Efforts

By |2019-01-25T15:10:35+00:00January 10th, 2019|

NKCH received the Kansas City Medical Society’s Community Service Award at the group’s annual meeting in November.

The society gives the annual award to a physician or organization that voluntarily contributes to the health of the community.

“The committee chose NKCH because of their generous contributions to the MetroCARE program over the past 10 years,” said Angela Bedell, executive director of the Kansas City Medical Society.

Metrocare logoMetroCARE improves access to medical care for low income, uninsured residents of Jackson, Clay and Platte counties through volunteerism by healthcare professionals.

Over 400 volunteer specialty-care physicians and safety net clinics provide services. The Kansas City Medical Society is a 3,400-member physician organization that works to advance the health of people in Kansas City through physician leadership, advocacy and innovation.

Learn more about the awards.

About the Author:

Jodi Rawson
As the Digital Marketing Coordinator at NKCH, Jodi is responsible for the hospital's online presence including websites, online advertising, social media, this blog and email communications. She believes in strong relationships, data with a side of gut instinct and has a passion for driving engagement.

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