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ICHS Receives Top National Award for HPV Cancer Prevention

ICHS Receives Top National Award for HPV Cancer Prevention

The CDC, American Cancer Society and Association of American Cancer Institutes recognize ICHS with HPV Vaccine Is Cancer Prevention Champion Award

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International Community Health Services Opens New Vision Clinic

International Community Health Services (ICHS), the largest neighborhood-based health care provider for Asian Pacific Islander and immigrant communities in Washington State, held a ribbon-cutting service on Nov. 6, to celebrate the opening of its new vision clinic in the Chinatown-International District.

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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

An estimated one out of every three Americans will be affected by diabetes, a chronic disease that affects how the body turns food into energy. Make a pledge to celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month with actions and activities that promote good health

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ICHS boosts work to level health disparities with chief medical officer appointment

International Community Health Services today announced that Rayburn Lewis, MD has been named chief medical officer after serving in an interim capacity since July. Dr. Lewis retired as CEO of Swedish Issaquah in 2016.

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2018 open enrollment – things to know

The open enrollment period to enroll, renew or change health plans for 2018 starts on Nov. 1 through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. This year’s open enrollment period is shorter than past years, so act sooner rather than later!

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“There’s nothing to stand in the way of our dreams”

When Svetlana and Sergey Snigur moved from their home in the Ukraine to Seattle, Wash., a Russian-speaking community advocate from ICHS, Aleksandra Poseukova, was instrumental in connecting the family to vital health and social services.

“We know that we can trust Aleksandra to help with whatever challenge we are facing,” said Svetlana. “She makes us feel like we have an extended family here. She is aware of resources and help we would not otherwise know about. If she can’t answer a question, she knows how to find someone who can.”

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