Franklin County Health Foundation (FCHF)  Holds Open House for the Specialty Clinic

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The FCHF hosted an open house for our newly remodeled Specialty Clinic. The remodel includes updated patient rooms, hallways, reception area, and medical assistant area.  With the renovation, the Clinic increased the number of patients treated and consulted, allowing more of our community to stay in the area for needs such as podiatry, ENT,  general surgery and several other specialties.

To fund the remodel, the FCHF relied on leadership from the Foundation Director, Allyson Wadsworth and her board members. The team worked to raise the needed $48,000 for the full construction costs.  “We are so grateful to everyone that was part of the effort in raising funds and helping provide the patient care, and service FCMC is proud to bring to the community, “ stated Wadsworth. Of the total funds, $9,700 was from employee giving and $5,000 from a Rocky Mountain Power donation.  The remaining costs were granted through general foundation funds.

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Reception area the newly remodeled Specialty Clinic

The Specialty Clinic is lead by Melissa Aronhalt, who has worked for the Clinic for numerous years and has witnessed the growth in specialty providers.  “It’s been amazing to see the number of physicians that come here and allow our patients to receive care. With the new remodel, we can offer more appointments and inpatient care.”  

Thank you to all the in the community who stopped by on Wednesday to tour the facilities, enjoy light refreshments, and heard more about the Specialty Clinic.  To learn more, visit the website page, and to make an appointment call 208-852-3662.