Fairview CHC announces parking lot testing for COVID -19 resumes
Fairview CHC announces acquisition of Language Line telepresence translator devices
Fairview Community Health Center has acquired 19 Language Line Video conference translation devices. The iPad based devices will add tremendously to our ability to converse effectively with our non English speaking patients. While we have on site Spanish translators and have had voice access to the Language Line services for many years, the visual component adds a new level of accuracy and confidence to both our patients and health care providers when discussing medical issues and details of treatment plans.
Fairview announces that masks will still be required in the clinic
In compliance with the KY Governor’s medical exemption clause of his decision to relax the mask mandate in the state, like most medical facilities, Fairview Community Health Center will continue to require masks at all times while in the clinic building.
Fairview CHC announces that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine is now available
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is now available to our patients. This vaccine is a one dose vaccine and can be given to anyone age 18 years of age and up. Please make an appointment to talk to your provider and be vaccinated. Vaccination is the very best way to put COVID-19 behind us as Kentuckians.
Fairview CHC announces that public COVID-19 testing to be discontinued 3/12/21
After a year long partnership with Bluewater Diagnostics http://www.bluewaterdx.com/ , Fairview CHC will no longer offer public COVID testing in its parking lot. The demand, for testing of the general public, has dramatically decreased now that the vaccine is becoming more and more available. In-house quick testing is still available for our existing patients via our Same Day / Triage department. If you are already are a Fairview CHC patient and would like to be tested , please call – 270-783-3573 exts. 1018 or 1227 to make an appointment.
CEO Chris Keyser Retires – CFO John Lillybridge named as the new CEO
After 20 years of service to Fairview CHC and 30 years service in health care, Chris Keyser is retiring as the Director and CEO of Fairview Community Health Center. Ms. Keyser is one of the founders of the Fairview clinic after it was originally born from the BGWC Health Department, where she was previously the Center Director. John Lillybridge will step into the CEO role on March 1st, Mr. Lillybridge has previously been the CFO of Fairview CHC for the past 8 years.
GetCovered2021 – Still time to get enrolled into kynect.ky.gov
11/03/2020 – Open Enrollment for Medicaid is Nov 2 through Dec 15, 2020.
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FLU shots available now
Fairview Community Health Center announces that FLU vaccine is now available for all patients. Call to make your appointment – Call the main number @270-783- 3573
Fairview Community Health Center was selected for a HHS Quality Improvement Award for the 4th year in a row.
HRSA’s quality improvement awards recognize the highest performing health centers nationwide as well as those health centers that have made significant quality improvements from the previous year.
* Note – Fairview CHC is listed on the federal HHS website as BG/WC Primary Care Center.