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Come to ICHS for high quality health care, for the whole family

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

Senator Patty Murray, Highland MS, 2019

Senator Patty Murray visits Highland MS Health Center

U.S. Senator Patty Murry visited the ICHS Highland Middle School Health Center on April 18, to learn how giving access to medical, dental and behaviorial health services right on school campus is helping our Eastside community become stronger and thrive

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2019 Komen grant, health services

ICHS Expands Breast Cancer Prevention with $105,000 Susan G. Komen Grant

Komen’s community grant will support the ICHS B-HOPE project, which aims to improve survival rates for women facing barriers to breast health information and screenings.

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Aliya Haq, WIC Leadership Award, April 10

Aliya Haq Receives National WIC Association Leadership Award

Alya Haq, ICHS nutrition services supervisor, was honored for her exceptional service and advocacy on behalf of women, children and families.

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Sam Wan, SCIDpda, 2019 Bamboo Award

Sam Wan and SCIDpda to be honored with Bamboo Award at ICHS Bloom Gala

ICHS will honor Sam Wan, former CEO of Kin On Health Care Center, and the Seattle Chinatown-International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda), a longtime non-profit partner, with the Bamboo Award for Health at ICHS’s Bloom Gala on April 27.

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Elderly couple, Shoreline Clinic, 2018

$20M capital campaign to create North Beacon Hill facility that redefines senior living

A $20 million capital campaign was announced today to create a 25,000-square-foot facility serving frail seniors over the age of 55. AiPACE, a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by Kin On and ICHS, will offer a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.

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“I am so grateful the staff at ICHS can speak Mandarin or Cantonese.

“I am so grateful the staff at ICHS can speak Mandarin or Cantonese. It is a big help. I cannot speak English and ICHS provides a great service interpreting. ICHS is very convenient. I can get medicine in the pharmacy at no cost, receive low-cost medical and dental care, be referred to hospitals for CT scans, and can also see a social worker who helps me with other resources. All at one place.”

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