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PWH grants $55K to improve community health

December 8, 2011

Pictured from left, are: Tania Keirn, Interfaith Mission/The Lighthouse; Scott Gabriel, Parkview Whitley Hospital; Beth Arms; B.A.B.E.; Kay Fleck, Parkview Whitley Hospital board; Paige Wilkins, CANI; Linda Loy, B.A.B.E.; and Amber Recker, Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana. — Photo courtesy Parkview Whitley Hospital

COLUMBIA CITY — Parkview Whitley Hospital has renewed community partnerships with four not-for-profit organizations in Whitley County, which have received a share of $55,000 in Community Health Improvement funds for 2012, according to a hospital press release.
The organizations, which meet the hospital’s guidelines for being able to work collaboratively and proactively to improve the health of the community, are: Beds & Britches, Etc. (B.A.B.E.); Community Action of Northeast Indiana (CANI); Interfaith Mission, Inc./The Lighthouse and Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana

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