Manchester health services merger means 1,500 more kids to get care
“The only option that ever made sense, for a lot of reasons, was to figure out how the Community Health Center and Child Health Services could collaborate and work together to improve access, improve financially and really, stabilize the safety net of the city,” said Paris. “This is a good day for the people who live in Manchester, but I think it’s also a good day for the employees who work in the organizations.”
McCracken said no layoffs were planned and no new jobs would be added.
“I know some people thought I was pushing really hard for this, but it was something that had to happen in the community,” Gatsas said.
Facilities should be expanded in the near future to serve more patients, Gatsas said, nothing he is already pushing for this expansion.
Reports: Market Basket doomsday plan would shutter 61 of 71 stores if deal not struck soon
GOP for legal pot? Hemignway's high help
Ohio's Rob Portman: GOP can win back Senate