PHC in the Media
PHC in the Media
November 30, 2023 CDC Arthritis Funding Press Release
November 27, 2023 PHC’s Maternal Health Program featured on KCCI
September 13, 2023 PHC Moving to New Electronic Health Record
September 11, 2023 PHC Receives Maternal Health Grant
June 27, 2023 National HIV Testing Day
June 26, 2023 Project Leaders Share Importance of HIV Testing
March 3, 2023 Health Fair at PHC Marshalltown
January 23, 2023 PHC Hosts Free Vaccine Clinic in Marshalltown
November 30, 2022 Clinicians Prescribing Addiction Medications
October 30, 2022 City Grapples with Growing Homeless Population
October 31, 2022 Here’s What Causes Homelessness in Polk County
November 26, 2022 Polk County Homeless Numbers Continue to Rise
August 29, 2022 PHC Receives $50,000 Grant from Aetna
August 10, 2022 Congresswoman Ashley Hinson Visits PHC Marshalltown
February 13, 2022 PHC Opens New Clinic in Marshalltown
September 29, 2021 PHC Joins Area Health Systems Urging Pregnant Women to Get Covid Vaccine
August 30, 2021 Homeless Support Service Providers Stretched
August 3, 2021 Affordable Housing Crisis
July 30, 2021 Federal Freeze on Evictions Ends Saturday
June 10, 2021 PHC Selected for Pediatric Learning Collaborative
May 3, 2021 The Project of PHC Providing At Home HIV Testing
April 30, 2021 Homeless Outreach Vaccine Clinic
April 29, 2021 Dental Clinic in Ames Opens to Serve Low-Income Population
February 11, 2021 Covid Vaccine Update from Polk County Healthcare Partners
February 4, 2021 Primary Health Care to Open Dental Clinic in Ames
12.07.2020, Helping the Homeless During the Pandemic
07.07.2020, Simpson Named COO of Primary Health Care
12.01.2019 World AIDS Day recognized in Des Moines
05.28.2019 On the Rise: Bernadette Beck
04.14.2019 On the Rise: Heidi Shreck
03.18.2019, On the Rise: Becky Johnson
03.04.2019, On the Rise: Amanda Larsen
02.20.2019, Ridley named emerging leader in community health
02.13.2019, Primary Health Care opens new clinic
06.27.17 National HIV Testing Day, KCCI News
02.13.19 Primary Health Care opens new clinic
11.18.15 The Project’s Greg Gross on WHO- TV
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