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Dear  Friends:

The Fair Haven Community Health Center (FHCHC) is offering an exciting and unique opportunity to lead an energetic staff and growth-focused nonprofit community organization.  The ideal candidate will possess the experience, skills and attributes necessary to  move the organization forward, navigating through the changes of healthcare reform and usher the organization into greater   collaborations with other health centers and organizations.    

I am assisting board members from FHCHC with their search for the next CEO and we are spreading the word about this opportunity as widely as possible.  Please share this information to those in your network who should be aware of this opportunity.

The mission of FHCHC is to provide a high quality and efficient health care home that is easily accessed and navigated by both patient and staff for the Fair Haven Community.  FHCHC provides clinical services in the areas of Adult and Geriatric Care, Pediatric and Well-Child Care, Adolescent Care, Women's and Prenatal Health Care, Behavioral Health and Social Services and HIV Care.  In    addition to these clinical services, FHCHC targets various healthcare issues in the Fair Haven community through wellness programs as well as programs specific to the needs of  parents, children and teens. 

During her 39-year tenure, Executive Director Katrina Clark grew the clinic from a small free clinic to a well-respected and successful city-wide health care institution.  As a result, Fair Haven serves as a true community health center that provides care to thousands of families and individuals, who  would not have access to primary care otherwise.   The next leader will build upon this revered legacy and strong reputation and help move FHCHC to the next phase of its organizational life. 

Ms. Clark will be retiring once her replacement is hired.  We are seeking a well-organized, results-driven and inspiring leader who is committed to and knowledgeable of the  FQHC environment, the dynamics of the health care system as  well as Federal, State and local funding/grants, the political arenas and the value of    collaboration/partnerships.             

 For the complete position profile and application guidelines,  please visit http://www.tsne.org/jobs/ceo_fhchc.    Thank you so much for your assistance in getting the word out.   Your involvement in  outreach can have a big impact in this organization’s future!

Regards, 

Michael Negrón

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