HealthFirst donates to Health Alliance


October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Oct. 1, Dr. Mike Newman, President of the HealthFirst Board, presented a check to the Health Alliance of Clinton County, a nonprofit organization which holds many events to raise money for assisting the health care needs of the county. The check was accepted on behalf of CPAP, (Cancer Patient Assistance Program) a major part of the Health Alliance. This program provides financial assistance to patients with a cancer diagnosis. Those present were Cindy Petrich, Vice President; Mary Camp, Secretary; Louanne Blumburg, Liaison to CPAP; Dr. Mike Newman; Kathy Havey, President; and Pat Richardson, Treasurer.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Oct. 1, Dr. Mike Newman, President of the HealthFirst Board, presented a check to the Health Alliance of Clinton County, a nonprofit organization which holds many events to raise money for assisting the health care needs of the county. The check was accepted on behalf of CPAP, (Cancer Patient Assistance Program) a major part of the Health Alliance. This program provides financial assistance to patients with a cancer diagnosis. Those present were Cindy Petrich, Vice President; Mary Camp, Secretary; Louanne Blumburg, Liaison to CPAP; Dr. Mike Newman; Kathy Havey, President; and Pat Richardson, Treasurer.


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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Oct. 1, Dr. Mike Newman, President of the HealthFirst Board, presented a check to the Health Alliance of Clinton County, a nonprofit organization which holds many events to raise money for assisting the health care needs of the county. The check was accepted on behalf of CPAP, (Cancer Patient Assistance Program) a major part of the Health Alliance. This program provides financial assistance to patients with a cancer diagnosis. Those present were Cindy Petrich, Vice President; Mary Camp, Secretary; Louanne Blumburg, Liaison to CPAP; Dr. Mike Newman; Kathy Havey, President; and Pat Richardson, Treasurer.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Oct. 1, Dr. Mike Newman, President of the HealthFirst Board, presented a check to the Health Alliance of Clinton County, a nonprofit organization which holds many events to raise money for assisting the health care needs of the county. The check was accepted on behalf of CPAP, (Cancer Patient Assistance Program) a major part of the Health Alliance. This program provides financial assistance to patients with a cancer diagnosis. Those present were Cindy Petrich, Vice President; Mary Camp, Secretary; Louanne Blumburg, Liaison to CPAP; Dr. Mike Newman; Kathy Havey, President; and Pat Richardson, Treasurer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_20191001_110046-1-.jpgOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Oct. 1, Dr. Mike Newman, President of the HealthFirst Board, presented a check to the Health Alliance of Clinton County, a nonprofit organization which holds many events to raise money for assisting the health care needs of the county. The check was accepted on behalf of CPAP, (Cancer Patient Assistance Program) a major part of the Health Alliance. This program provides financial assistance to patients with a cancer diagnosis. Those present were Cindy Petrich, Vice President; Mary Camp, Secretary; Louanne Blumburg, Liaison to CPAP; Dr. Mike Newman; Kathy Havey, President; and Pat Richardson, Treasurer. Courtesy photo