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Tri-City Health Center’s New Interim CEO Welcomes HRSA Site Visit
Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) and it’s new Interim Chief Executive Officer, Zettie D. Page, III, M.D., Ph.D. look forward to a site visit from HRSA as a key opportunity for TCHC’s transformational progress.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for improving access to quality health care services for people who are uninsured, isolated or medically vulnerable. HRSA will be conducting a site visit on January 31st thru February 1st. The visit will focus on assessing TCHC’s oversight of compliance with key section 330 Health Center Program requirements as well as assisting TCHC in identifying areas for performance improvement during this transition period.
Dr. Page welcomes this opportunity provided by the HRSA site visit for creating an organizational learning environment at TCHC, covering the requirements for governance addressed in law, regulations, and policies.
“HRSA’s site visit will provide a much appreciated feedback loop for the TCHC governance body on the oversight of authority and responsibility”
Dr. Page is currently the Chairman of HHS’s National Advisory Council on Migrant Health, a member of the board of directors for the CA School Based Health Clinics Association and a well known leader working with agencies on transformational change. His leadership experience and track record of successfully delivering organization stability is key for Tri City Health Center to sustain its mission and services to the community in the new health care environment.
Tri-City Health Center (TCHC), located in Fremont, California was founded in 1970 to provide family planning services for low-income, minority women. Over the years, TCHC has expanded its scope and now offers high-quality primary medical, dental and behavioral health care services for the entire family. TCHC is a nonprofit, federally qualified health center that serves nearly 20,000 low-income, uninsured and homeless residents living in Alameda County, California.