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Public & Private Partners

The Center's work is accomplished through work with both private and public partners who share our goals.  Public/private partnerships enable WV governmental agencies to harness the expertise and efficiencies that the private sector can bring to the goal of improving the health of West Virginians and ensuring access to a health care infrastructure prepared to deliver care in the new health care environment. 

Making real progress toward West Virginia's goals for a healthy population can mean aligning dozens of people and organizations in communities throughout West Virginia to support tranformative changes needed in our communities.  This involves moving past just bridging silos between community organizations to engaging community organizations to address the conditions that determine the health and well-being of West Virginians. 

Please join us as we use systems thinking and entrepreneurship to advance our mission and build the public/private parnterships needed to nurture long-term, sustainable teamwork between diverse partners in communities throughout West Virginia.





 
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11/03/2017 Monongalia Health Department invest $100K from grant to expand dental clinic With the addition of new rooms, the Monongalia County Health Department’s dental clinic aims to improve patients’ experiences. [More]
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08/25/2017 The Health of West Virginians and Economic Development Go Hand in Hand The Health Disparities in Appalachia report recently released ... states that Appalachia has higher mortality rates than the nation in seven of America’s leading causes of death [More]
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