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Better access to oral health needed for all

By Sue Yoon and Rachel Greene Low-income families, particularly kids, are lacking dental care and the well-being it provides. Middle school was when…
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CHC on KOMO4 News

Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s CEO, Bob Farrell, at Edmonds Clinic, was on KOMO4 News November 9th reminding the community that CHC…
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New Everett-College Clinic opens November 13th!

We’re very excited to announce that we will be opening a new location in Everett on November 13th! As of November 6th, ownership…
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Change in our Electronic Health Record System

CHC has made a change to its Electronic Health Record system. This means a few things will look different and we ask for…
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NWRPCA’s Northwest Pulse: Spotlight on Operations Staff – Mallory Lisk

With the mission of Community Health Center of Snohomish County to provide our diverse community with access to high quality, affordable primary health…
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U.S Congressman Rick Larsen visits Everett-North Clinic

We were honored to have Congressman Rick Larsen visit our Everett-North Clinic last month. His visit was to discuss and appreciate the great…
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CHC provides summer lunches for kids

Community Health Center of Snohomish County locations, including in Arlington, is providing free lunches to kids this summer on each weekday. “Any child age 18…
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Kids + Teens Eat Free at CHC

Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC) in partnership with Food Lifeline, a supplier to food banks in western Washington, is serving meals…
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CHC at Everett Mall’s Farmer’s Market

Join us at the Farmers Market on Fridays from 3pm to 7pm at Everett Mall for fresh fruits, vegetables and products directly from…
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The Daily Herald – Senator Patty Murray visits CHC’s Everett-North Clinic

Sen. Patty Murray listens as recovering addicts Daniel Veach and Rachel Weaver talk about the need for Medicaid to continue their recovery at…
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