Women's Health Network
The Women's Health Network works with Community Health Centers, including the Framingham Community Health Center, and other medical providers that focus on offering comprehensive, accessible, culturally competent, and high quality care for the most vulnerable populations in Massachusetts. With an emphasis on prevention, this program supports the use of evidence-based strategies to ensure a sustainable system of primary care and medical home management.
Components of the program include:
Assuring preventive screenings as defined by the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners
Connection to primary care providers
Appropriate and timely access to diagnostic services
Care coordination, including nursing case management, client navigation, risk reduction education, chronic disease self-management, and lifestyle intervention
Access to free or low cost treatment, when needed
Patient education to manage chronic disease
This program focuses on low income, uninsured and underinsured women age 40 to 64.
For details in English, Portuguese, or Spanish, call 888-663-3688, ext. 1326 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries and services are confidential. Immigration status is not considered. A Social Security number is not required to receive services.
This program is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.