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  • October 20, 2008
    A New Voice of Business meeting in San Francisco

    Terry Bonecutter, President and CEO of QueensCare and QueensCare Family Clinics, discusses the challenges of creating a cost-effective healthcare system at a New Voice of Business meeting in San Francisco.

  • September 16, 2008
    QHFP Volunteer is Finalist for Award

    QHFP’s Volunteer-of-the-Year Phyllis Maske, RN was selected by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Los Angeles Chapter as a “Blue Ribbon Nominee” finalist for Outstanding Volunteer. Phyllis and the other finalists were honored at the association’s monthly luncheon on September 9. This award recognizes “exceptional voluntary spirit in providing service in caring for others over a sustained period of time”.

  • September 9, 2008
    QueensCare Receives Recognition from Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

    LOS ANGELES (September 9, 2008) – At the Board of Supervisors meeting on September 9, 2008, Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke presented QueensCare with an official Commendation in recognition of its commitment to providing quality, accessible healthcare for uninsured and low-income working individuals and families.

  • September 8, 2008
    Quality Healthcare for the Underserved Populations of Los Angeles County

    Imagine calling your primary healthcare provider and actually getting an appointment to see him / her that same day. Next, imagine having your physician show you a graph of your progress in combating a health issue with a click of a mouse. If you needed a surgical procedure, wouldn’t it be comforting to know that an entire team of medical professionals (providers, specialists, consultants and pharmacists) were working together to ensure a seamless system of care? These are some of the great benefits that QueensCare Family Clinics offers to its medically indigent population.

  • August 26, 2008
    QueensCare and USC Working Together

    QueensCare Awards Grant to School of Pharmacy. The $1.1 million grant will expand comprehensive pharmacy services at five local family clinics for underserved patients. The USC School of Pharmacy has been awarded a three-year grant from QueensCare, an organization dedicated to providing accessible health care to uninsured and low-income individuals and families residing in Los Angeles County.