Health Net of California, Inc. today is honoring three Fresno County non-profit organizations for their dedication to helping improve the health and well-being of the communities they serve.
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Central Valley Health Network, Children’s Health Initiative Fresno County and the West Fresno Health Care Coalition each will receive Health Net’s inaugural Community SolutionMakers Award at a presentation at Health Net’s downtown Fresno office at 10 a.m. today.
“Health Net commends these dedicated community organizations for their daily efforts to build a healthier Fresno,” said David Friedman, Health Net of California vice president of State Health Programs. “It’s an honor for us to recognize and salute organizations that share our values of helping improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve.”
Community Solutions Center Grand Opening
Also today, Health Net of California is celebrating the grand opening of its downtown Fresno Community Solutions Center, located at 1315 Van Ness Ave., Suite 103. Health Net has an ongoing commitment to partner with community leaders to deliver local health services. The Fresno center joins similar Health Net Community Solutions centers in East Los Angeles and Modesto, Calif.
The Fresno center, plus soon-to-open offices in Kings and Madera counties, will serve beneficiaries and health care providers with the new CalViva Health local initiative Medi-Cal program for Fresno, Kings and Madera counties.
In addition to serving as the local administrative office for the CalViva Health program, Health Net’s Community Solutions Center is integrating into the neighborhood by involving the community in driving health decisions and by hosting various community-focused programs and services.
As part of this morning’s celebration, the public is invited to attend and take part in free body mass index (BMI), blood pressure and hearing screenings. Plus, children ages 2 to 12 may receive free dental screenings. These programs begin at 11 a.m.
About Health Net
Health Net of California, Inc., a subsidiary of Health Net, Inc. (NYSE:HNT), is one of the largest health plans in the state. Together with Health Net Life Insurance Company, it serves more than 2.2 million members statewide, and contracts with more than 56,000 physicians, 300-plus hospitals and nearly 5,000 pharmacies, giving its members greater choice and more convenient access to care. Its commercial HMO/POS and its Medicare lines of business have received the “excellent” accreditation status from the National Committee for Quality Assurance. And its Medi-Cal line of business has received NCQA’s “commendable” accreditation status. For more information about Health Net, visit its website at http://www.healthnet.com/.
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