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Community Medical Care to be included in TJCMF

By Stacey Biggs

The T.J. Community Mission Foundation and Community Medical Care are excited to announce the two organizations are joining forces through the inclusion of Community Medical Care as a program of the T.J. Community Mission Foundation.

Following the approval of the board of directors of both organizations, Community Medical Care will become "Community Medical Care: A Program of the T.J. Community Mission Foundation". And, although Community Medical Care as a separate 501c3 non-profit will dissolve on Jan. 1, 2022, its mission of assisting low-income senior and working, uninsured and underinsured adults with their every-changing medical needs will continue.

T.J. Community Mission Foundation was founded in 2014 as the philanthropic arm of T.J. Regional Health and T.J. Samson Community Hospital, to fulfill its mission of building healthier communities in the region it serves. Community Medical Care was founded in 2002 to assist low-income seniors and working, uninsured adults of Barren County with their ever-changing medical needs.

This story was posted on 2021-11-18 16:04:01
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