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July 25, 2017

Fenway Health Statement On Senate Vote To Proceed On Health Care Bill Vote

By | Fenway Health Newsroom, Health Care | No Comments
Today, the United States Senate voted to proceed with debate on a bill to either repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or one that would repeal and then replace the ACA. There is no text of the bill available for the public to review and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), which provides Congress with nonpartisan analysis of legislation, will not have an opportunity to project the likely impact of the bill before Senators vote. The vote will take place sometime tomorrow, July 26, 2017. A bill put forward by the Senate in June would result in an estimated 22 million 
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Fenway Health Wins Readers Choice Award For Primary Care

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Fenway Health is proud to announce that we have won top honors in the 2017 Wicked Local Readers Choice Awards. Readers of Wicked Local, a Boston area news and entertainment website, voted Fenway Health as the number one service provider in the category of Doctor/Primary Care Physician or Pediatrician. Additionally, our very own Dr. Elizabeth Kass won an Honorable Mention in the same category. Congratulations, Dr. Kass! As Wicked Local notes, for 20 years, the Readers Choice Awards have given communities the opportunity to recognize their favorite local business. It’s an honor to be recognized by our community with this 
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Dr. Jennifer Potter Named Professor at Harvard Medical School

By | Fenway News, The Fenway Institute, Uncategorized, Women's Health | No Comments
Jennifer Potter, MD, LGBT Population Health Program Director and Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute, has been named a Professor at Harvard Medical School (HMS). An announcement from the HMS LGBTQ and Allies group cited the appointment as recognition of Dr. Potter’s “hard work in LGBT health research and education.” Dr. Jennifer Potter has been named a Professor at Harvard Medical School. “The most exciting development during my career is seeing LGBT Health become an internationally recognized and growing field. How exciting to get to be a part of that,” said Dr. Potter. Before being appointed Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute, 
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