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International Community Health Services (ICHS) provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health services to improve the wellness of King County’s diverse people and communities.

Tosh Okamoto accepts the 2015 Bamboo Award

In memory of Tosh Okamoto (1926-2018)

International Community Health Services honors the memory and mourns the passing of longtime community activist and dear friend Tosh Okamoto, who passed away on May 19.

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2018 Bloom Gala award winners

ICHS raises over $250,000 for uncompensated care at 2018 Bloom Gala

International Community Health Services Foundation raised more than $250,000 to support uncompensated care at its annual Bloom Gala, held on May 5, attracting nearly 400 guests at the downtown Seattle Sheraton. Major gifts included $25,000 from the KeyBank Foundation, $20,000 from the Sheng Yen Lu Foundation and $10,000 from the Ark and Winnie Chin Foundation.

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ICHS deepens leadership to enhance pharmacy care

International Community Health Services today announced Rachel Koh has been named senior director of pharmacy services, a newly created leadership position that will drive enhancements to ICHS’s pharmacy capabilities.

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ICHS celebrates Highland Middle School-Based Health Center at open house

International Community Health Services celebrated the Bellevue School District’s first school-based health center at an open house on April 5, 2018.

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ICHS receives $25,000 grant as part of KeyBank’s over $1.9 million community impact day

International Community Health Services received a $25,000 grant from the KeyBank Foundation, as part of its April 3 Community Impact Day that totaled over $1.9 million to almost 20 nonprofits in the greater Seattle area. ICHS will use the funds to provide uncompensated care for target King County minority populations. In 2017, ICHS provided $1,265,435 in uncompensated care. Among nearly 31,000 patients, 41% were at or below the federal poverty level, 81% were people of color and 55% spoke limited English and needed interpretation services.

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“I feel like I’m with family

“What you have here at ICHS is really special. I feel genuinely grateful because I do not like doctors. I don’t trust them. But that is definitely shifting because of my experience here. This is the best medical care I have ever had. I feel like I’m with family. I like the diversity of people and languages. That’s what I grew up with.”

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