IPHCA encourages Hoosiers to get vaccinated
Who: Ben Harvey, CEO Indiana Primary Health Care Association
What: COVID-19 Vaccines
When: August 30, 2021
Where: The State of Indiana
Why: The Indiana Primary Health Care Association has been proud to partner with Indiana community health centers to support the battle with COVID-19. Since the Delta Variant has begun to spike and our health care partners are now preparing for another pandemic outbreak, we encourage all Hoosiers who have not been vaccinated to seek guidance on where they can receive their vaccination. The data proves that the immunization will keep you out of the hospital. We also want to voice our support for Community Health Centers (CHCs) who choose to mandate vaccinations for their staff. We at IPHCA will continue to work for you and with you to help address the new concerns around COVID-19.
IPHCA is the voice of CHCs that provide primary and preventive health care to nearly 600,000 patients in rural and urban communities across Indiana. IPHCA advocates to advance health policy in state and national government. IPHCA offers operational support and training to health centers to enhance integrated care delivery, including primary care, oral health, and behavioral health. IPHCA’s goal is to get ALL people in Indiana the proper health care they need. For more information, please visit www.indianapca.org.