MCHC HONORED by PIKE COUNTY EDA
Middletown Community Health Center, Inc.(MCHC), is
the recipient of the Pike County Economic Development
Award for 2015.
The award, presented at a recent dinner by Michael Sullivan,
Executive Director, Pike County Economic Development Authority,
was given "in Great Appreciation for Extraordinary Contributions
to the Economy of Pike County".
Theresa M. Butler, MCHC's Chief Executive Officer, accepted
the award on behalf of the Center, which is a federally qualified
health center and Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home,
with 12 locations throughout Orange and Pike Counties.
In presenting the award, Sullivan praised Butler and the
MCHC leadership team for bringing "one of the great
additions to our community in 2014". MCHC, a full service
diagnostic and treatment center, opened its newest site at the
former Biondo Building at 221 Broad Street in Milford, where
it offers preventive and primary care services for "every
member of the family."
Services at MCHC's Milford Health Center include: Internal
Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics and Behavioral Health. Of
special interest are under-insured and minimally insured
patients, as well as Veterans. Information at: (570) 409-6212.
Theresa M. Butler, MPA, with the PCEDA award, is pictured with Michael Sullivan and Matthew Osterberg, Pike County Commissioner.