2011-2009 News & Events


December E-newsletter Edition
Pathways Awarded Grant to Fund Housing for Low-income Persons with Disabilities
Pathways Selected for National Initiative on Co-occurring Learning Disorders
HCC to Assess Health Risk Behaviors via Telephone Survey
HCC Hosts Open House & Chamber Before Hours Dec. 13th
December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

HCC Supplies Area Health Care Providers with 31 EMR-equipped Computers
HCC Appoints New Health Information Technology Manager
HCC Receives $125,000 Distance Learning & Telehealth Grant from USDA

HCC Awarded $80,000 Affordable Care Act Grant from HHS
HCC Awarded $900,000 Health Information Technology Grant
HCC 2011 Impact Statement

HCC Collaborates with Area Partners to Address Unhealthy Lifestyles
Pathways Implements Health Care Home Model

Pathways Offers Metabolic Screening to Serious Mentally Ill Patients
HCC 2010-2011 Annual Report

30-foot Mobile Simulation Health Education Vehicle Hits Lexington
Students With a Goal Promote Smoke-free Communities
Electronic Medical Records Prove to be Critical in Joplin Disaster
National Men’s Health Month
From Disaster to Recovery: Building from the Inside Out


Annual Report
2010 Annual Report

Rural Health Care Report 2010
Needs Assessment for Lafayette, Carroll, Ray and Saline Counties


HCC Launches Workplace Wellness Web Site

HCC Offers Transportation Vouchers for Medical, Dental Appointments
‘A Strained Safety Net,’ Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.

Our community-based programs include case management, counseling and assessment, health education, transportation, translation services, enrollment assistance, health and social care advocacy initiatives, access to primary care, and health IT.

HCC and its Community Health Centers serve all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. Schedule a visit: 660.259.2440.

After more than a decade and nearly 50 new employees later, it’s safe to say that the Lexington, MO-based HCC Network is a major player in Lafayette County and in rural health care in this region.

The focus of HCC is to develop and implement programs that are responsive to documented health needs of county residents, with specific health status indicators as benchmarks of progress.

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