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Nonprofit, Philanthropy, and Banking Sectors Partner to Finance Health Center Growth

Categories: Investment, Press Release
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New York, March 14 – The Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, The Kresge Foundation, Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), Rockefeller Foundation and The Reinvestment Fund (TRF) announced a new partnership today to finance the expansion of community health centers, bringing critical capital to help meet the growing healthcare needs of …

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After Hospital’s Fall, a Health Center Grows in Harlem

Categories: Client Spotlight, Investment
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When North General Hospital went bankrupt in 2010, it could have been a devastating blow to the Harlem community. But, thanks to the rapid response by the entrepreneurial Institute for Family Health (IFH) and PCDC’s New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) program, Harlem now has a vibrant 37,000 square foot health center instead of a vacant …

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Harlem United Invests in Communities Through New Health Center, Mobile Vans

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Holistic Community Health Center and Harlem United Mobile Vans to Serve More Than 9,000 Homeless, HIV/AIDS Patients Press Release, JANUARY 28, 2013 Today, Harlem United announced that it secured $9.7 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing, as well as a $500,000 low-cost loan from the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) to build the Holistic Community …

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Keeping East Harlem Seniors in the Community

Categories: Investment
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$4.2 million – ArchCare Senior Life – East Harlem, NY   With PCDC financing, ArchCare Senior Life, a managed long term care program that provides medical care to frail and under-served populations, opened its first PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) Center in Central and East Harlem in November 2009. PCDC provided $4.2 …

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Hundreds of Rural Providers Adopt EHRS and Health Exchange

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With support from a HEAL 10 grant, the Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, which serves patients in rural communities in Northern New York is working with PCDC to help practices adopt electronic health records (EHR); achieve NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition; achieve “meaningful use” of EHR certification; and exchange health information across provider settings. …

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