Hospital earmarks funds for mobile clinic
Last updated 3/29/2022 at 11:15am
RITZVILLE – East Adams Rural Healthcare commissioners authorized CEO Corey Fedie to spend up to $450,000 for a mobile clinic vehicle platform during its March 23 meeting.
The actual cost of the vehicle will depend on options and timing, officials said.
Funding for the mobile clinic is part of an Omnibus Appropriations Bill which includes programs and projects sponsored by U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Edmonds.
In the appropriation, East Adams Rural Healthcare is to receive $812,000 in funding to create a new mobile health clinic and invest in tele-health infrastructure to serve underserved...
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