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C ORPOR ATE ANNU AL REPOR T | 5 YEAR IN REVIEW | 3 YEAR IN REVIEW | 3 Highlights APRIL NOVEMBER OCHS launched its OCHS CEO Patricia Nadle was Community Resource appointed to the Massachusetts Navigator Program with League of Community Health funding and support from Centers (“Mass League”) Board of the Town of Provincetown. Directors. In addition, a number Working closely with local of OCHS staff were appointed to Mass League committees. Nadle agencies, the program and Dr. Andrew Jorgensen, Associate Medical Director were selected identifies individuals in need for the Program Committee; Dr. Matthew Libby was named to the of behavioral health, substance use and related social services, and Clinical Issues Committee; Andy Lowe, Director of Program Resources helps connect them to the services and treatment they need. The Management, and Alexis Keeler, Director of Quality & Compliance, program has received overwhelmingly positive response, and has will both serve on the Education Committee. attracted additional funding from Cape Cod Healthcare to help support the program’s expansion to the entire OCHS service area. “Banking with The Coop improves JUNE the health of our organization.” ~ Patricia Nadle, CEO, Outer Cape Health Services, Harwich, MA ~ On June 4, OCHS was re-accredited by The Joint Commission, and was recog- nized for its excellent quality and patient safety. In addition to being accredited as an ambulatory care provider, OCHS is also an accredited Patient Centered Medical Home. Suzanne Joyner (pictured far left), OCHS Lead Certified Applications Counselor, was recipient of a 2016 Unsung Heroine Award from the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women. Suzanne was nominated Teresa Corcoran, MD; Mary Crowell, Vice President and Commercial Lending Officer; by Representative Sarah Peake for her OCHS staff were featured in the Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod’s Patricia Nadle, CEO and Anna DeLude, NP leadership in OCHS’ Healthy Connections Community Banking advertisement series beginning in November. The patients and loved ones of Outer Cape Health Services know that program, which provides critical assistance Pictured l-r: Dr. Teresa Corcoran, CBCC Vice President Mary Crowell, nothing is more important than the health and wellbeing of our families, to Lower and Outer Cape residents in OCHS CEO Patricia Nadle and Anna DeLude, NP at the OCHS friends and neighbors. We live in communities where people care about and accessing affordable health insurance Harwich Health Center. The ads appeared in the Cape Cod Times depend on one another. Access to quality healthcare for all is a critical part of and social services. and on the bank’s website. that caring. We’re proud to provide the financial stability and responsive ser- vice that OCHS needs so that they can concentrate on providing primary care to patients of all ages. AUGUST DECEMBER Together, we’re helping the Cape economy expand and thrive. And that’s positively different. In December, work culminated in an exciting preliminary design for the Wellfleet health center replacement project. The proposed design features OCHS signed a 30-year lease for a 33,000 square foot property at 710 mycapecodbank.com • 508.568.3400 Main Street (Route 28) in Harwich Port. Beginning in March 2017, a 50% increase in square the new location will house administrative offices on the second footage over the existing floor and a patient call center for improved scheduling and referral facility and a modern coordination. Planning is also underway to build out the first floor architectural approach for an expanded community health center to open in the summer that honors Wellfleet’s rich cultural heritage and dedication to of 2018. A capital fundraising campaign for this project and the the natural beauty of the landscape. Planning on this project, Wellfleet Health Center expansion (see December) are scheduled which is part of the organization’s expansion plans, is scheduled to launch in 2017. to begin in 2017.