Community Health of South Florida
Community Health of South Florida Inc. started out more than 40 years ago with a mission to provide healthcare to South Florida’s uninsured. It has grown into a comprehensive non-profit health care company that cares for nearly 68-thousand insured and uninsured people each year. It has 10 health centers from Coconut Grove to the Florida Keys. C-H-I is celebrating National Health Center Week. We focus on the free events they are offering and why all families should take advantage of this opportunity.
Time is running out for people who have not finished signing up for insurance through the Federal Marketplace. Tuesday, April 15th, is the last day to complete the process.
He’s still the Mayor of Homestead, but Mayor Steve Bateman said he has been fired from a nonprofit organization.
As we count down to the start of a new school year, family health and safety is top of mind. National Health Center Week celebrates the role of community health centers in our local neighborhoods. We look at the fun, informative and interactive events planned by Community Health of South Florida, Inc.
In observance of National HIV Testing Day on Thursday, the Florida Department of Health is offering free rapid HIV testing in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties.
It’s the question every doctor at Community Health of South Florida has been asking this week: “Have you gotten your flu shot?” The doctors are trying to put the brakes on a flu epidemic sweeping the nation.
South Florida companies that go the extra mile in helping to keep their employees well will be honored at an April forum hosted by CBS4’s Shannon Hori. Nominations are underway for the 2011 South Florida Worksite Wellness Awards.