Category: In the News
The Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative recently recognized Progressive Community Health Centers as a 2021 Impact Award winner for our dedication to decreasing the burden of cancer in Wisconsin.
Our medical director, Tamyra Trice, was recently featured on a podcast with Near West Side Partners, Inc. about her personal connections to the city of Milwaukee and the importance of COVID-19 vaccination in communities of color.
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Progressive CHC family practice physician, Dr. Madelaine Tully, has been named a 2019 BizTimes Media Health Care Heroes award winner.
State Rep. Evan Goyke (and proud Progressive CHC patient and board member) shared his thoughts on Milwaukee and the future.
Heart of Canal Street is Potawatomi Hotel & Casino’s signature community program that raises funds for children’s charities – and Progressive Community Health Centers is in the running to be a beneficiary!
Progressive Community Health Centers has opened an urgent care clinic adjacent to the emergency department at Aurora Sinai Medical Center, followed June 1 by a primary care clinic in the same building. The clinics represent an expanding partnership between Progressive and Aurora Health Care that will enhance access to care for people in Milwaukee’s central city neighborhoods. Read more!
Progressive CHC featured in The Milwaukee BizTimes as expansion project helps increase health care access in local community.
Chief medical officer recognized for her dedication to improving health care services to central city patients.
The new facility will be quintuple the size of the current Lisbon Avenue clinic.
Read the full Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article.
The secretary’s visit also calls attention to improvements in the exchange website.
View video and read Green Bay’s Fox 11 story.
While at Progressive, the secretary shares enrollment options for those seeking insurance.
Read full Journal Sentinel article.