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Fenway Health Responds To Immigration Ban

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As has been widely reported, President Trump issued an executive order last week restricting entry into the United States for citizens of several Middle Eastern countries on both immigrant visas – permanent residents and green card holders – and non-immigrant visas. Within a couple of days, federal judges blocked parts of the order. The White House later said that green card holders would be exempt from the order. Since then, we continue to hear conflicting reports of who is affected by the order and how to respond to it along with stories of loved ones being kept apart. The days 
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Celebrating Henia Handler, Longtime Fenway Health Director of Government Relations

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Closing out an extraordinary career of public service spanning decades, Henia Handler, Fenway Health Director of Government Relations, is retiring. Few people have had more of an impact on Fenway and the communities we care for than Henia. Her commitment to our community, our neighborhood, our staff and our patients is unparalleled. A lifelong activist and advocate for public health, Henia joined Fenway Community Health Center back in January, 1990 after finishing a second round of graduate work at Brandeis. Charged with building Fenway’s community outreach programs, she quickly understood that “building” Fenway’s programs was highly dependent on the opportunities 
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1340 Boylston St. Receives PCMH PRIME Certification

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Fenway Health is pleased to announce that our 1340 Boylston St. location has achieved Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) PRIME Certification status. The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) awards PRIME certification to health care facilities that are committed to integrating behavioral health and primary care services. This certification is in addition to our current NCQA PCMH Level 3 status and is offered only here in Massachusetts. PRIME status serves to recognize Fenway’s efforts to integrate behavioral health care and primary care. We’re honored to also be one of the highest scoring certified PCMH PRIME practices to date. 1340 Boylston St. is 
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Trailblazer Rhonda Linde, PhD, Retires After 35 Years At Fenway Health

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Fenway Health is saying goodbye to an icon and community treasure this month when Rhonda Linde, PhD, retires after a ground-breaking career in our Behavioral Health department. For more than 35 years, Rhonda served our community like no other and we are so much better because of her passion for helping others. Over the years, she’s cared for thousands of patients and helped scores of new therapists get their own careers started through the internship program she created. Some of the most important work we can thank Rhonda for happened during the darkest days of the AIDS crisis, when Fenway 
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Announcing Fenway’s Newest Board of Directors Members

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Fenway Health is proud to have a Board of Directors that is comprised of some of the best, brightest, and most generous people in our community. Fenway Board members are philanthropists, physicians, educators, business people, and community organizers. Our Board of Directors is dedicated to the mission of Fenway Health and improving access to health care for all. We are pleased to welcome these newest additions to our Board. Kyle Y. Faget, Esq. Kyle Y. Faget, Esq. is Senior Corporate Counsel at Jounce Therapeutics, a Cambridge-based immunooncology company. In her role at Jounce, Kyle provides regulatory and compliance support and 
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