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Please call your RCCHC clinic for COVID-19 Vaccine Information.

Last week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), awarded $425,000 to Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center (RCCHC) to improve access to life-saving cancer screenings and early detection services for people in Northeast North Carolina including those residing in Hertford, Bertie, Northampton, Gates, and Washington Counties. These awards double support for an initiative launched last year by the Biden-Harris Administration through which HRSA-funded health centers like RCCHC are working to close the colorectal cancer (CRC) screening gap and decrease the impact of preventable cancers.

RCCHC’s Tonya Britt and Kayshawn Carter-Davis to feature in The Nurse Antigone, a national online dramatic reading of a classic play about doing what is right.

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Two of RCCHC’s own will star in a dramatic reading of The Nurse Antigone, alongside several well-known actors and staff from other Community Health Centers. Wednesday, December 14, 5-7p.m. Registration is at https://nurseantigonenachc.eventbrite.com

Co-presented by Theater of War Productions, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, and the Resilient Nurses Initiative – Maryland and co-hosted by the National Association of Community Health Centers, The Nurse Antigone presents dramatic readings of Sophocles’ Antigone on Zoom—featuring professional actors and a chorus of frontline nurses—to help frame powerful, guided discussions about the unique challenges faced by nurses. Antigone, an ancient play about a young woman who puts everything on the line to do what she believes is right, dramatizes the heavy cost of silencing and marginalizing caregivers, especially during times of crisis.

RCCHC Celebrates 1/17/22 as Martin Luther King Jr. Day
 
A Message from RCCHC CEO, Kim Schwartz:
 
RCCHC sets aside Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a holiday – this is intentional, deliberate, purposeful and a reflection of our values.
 
Rev. King was just 39 years old when he was killed by an assassin’s gun. It still shocks me; my own son is 39 years old. How can someone have had such an influence in less than 40 years on this earth?
 
As a Community Health Center, birthed in conjunction with the Civil Rights Movement, we were created to have such an influence. CHC’s are approaching 60 years and RCCHC is approaching 17 years - just think of how we have impacted our communities in this time!
 
In Jim Collin’s book Good to Great, one the indicators of a great organization is, "if it went away, what impact would there be ?" Would the people, industry, services and benefits be missed? CHCs can answer this without even a moment’s hesitation: our communities would be devastated.
 
This is why we can’t remain silent when it comes to grassroots advocacy for our patients and community health center. When you receive the e-mail notices from the National Association of Community Health Center’s Advocacy Team to respond by reaching out to our elected officials – please take action. This is how we influence policy to continually provide and improve care for our patients.
 
Truly, I know we are all in need of a day for respite and, thankfully, Monday, January 17, we will have this day - and we know Tuesday, January 18, we will be back at our GREAT, often difficult, work in service of taking care of our friends, family and neighbors. I encourage reflection on this day of Service in honor of Rev. King. How will we use our influence for good?