As of March 1, 2018, Manet joined one MassHealth Plan called BMC HealthNet Plan Community Alliance. If you want to continue to receive your primary care Manet, you need to be enrolled with BMC HealthNet Plan Community Alliance. You can choose this plan, or another, and have until June 30, 2018 to change health plans. For more information or help changing your plan, you can speak with one of our Navigators/ Certified Application Counselors at 857-403-1557. Or you can call MassHealth at 1-800-841-2900 (TTY: 1-800-497-4648) Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. or go to MassHealthChoices.com.
June Bloom! Helps Manet Expand Access and Care, Honors Local Residents for Community Service
The Tirrell Room in Quincy was in full bloom on Tuesday evening when business leaders, elected officials and health center patients, staff and supporters gathered to celebrate another year of growth for Manet Community Health Center (Manet) and honor the recipients of the Elizabeth A. Swanton Award for Community Service.
In her welcoming remarks, Eva Greenwood, president of the board of directors, acknowledged and thanked sponsors of the event, including Boston Medical Center, BMC HealthNet Plan, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA, IBEW Local Union 103, Liberty Bay Credit Union, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, South Shore Bank and South Shore Health System.
Award recipients Helen Shiner, Merideth Earnest, Jill Hockney, Margaret Laforest and Mike Berry, Jr. with Manet Community Health Foundation president Joe Reardon and Rep. Tackey Chan (1st & 2nd from left), Manet board president Eva Greenwood and CEO Cynthia Sierra (last two on right) and members of the Swanton family Maureen Donahue and Brian Swanton (back row).
Medical assistant Alyssa Drew (left) and Manet physician MaryAnn Dakkak, MD (right) enjoy a moment with patients Earl and Penny Rudkin and their daughter, Samantha.
Robert Noble, WWII veteran, longtime Manet supporter and past recipient of the Swanton Award, draws the winner of the June Bloom $5,000 AAA Travel Trip Raffle, assisted by (l to r) Fred White, Senior Vice Commander of the American Legion of MA, Manet intern Jay Chaudhary, and Noble’s daughter, former Manet board member, Alicia Gardner.
Donations for June Bloom will be accepted through June 30, 2018.
Posted June 18, 2018
Elizabeth A. Swanton Community Award Recipients
Thank you to our generous sponsors and community partners who helped to make June Bloom! 2018 a success and for helping us recognize our well-deserving Elizabeth A. Swanton Community Award recipients.
The Elizabeth A. Swanton Community Service Award is presented periodically by the Manet Community Health Center Board of Directors in memory of Elizabeth "Betty" Swanton, a former member of the board who dedicated 30 years of service advancing the Manet mission to provide accessible, quality health care for all. The award recognizes an individual or group, living or working in a
community served by Manet, who, like Betty, has demonstrated a significant commitment to volunteerism and community service.
This year's recipients are a shining, example of this legacy.
Manet Welcomes New HR Director
Kimberly “Kim” Goren, SPHR, joined Manet this month as Director of Human Resources at Manet, bringing with her over twenty years of progressive experience in human resources and workforce development.
Kim most recently served as the human resources director and corporate compliance officer at the Piper Shores Retirement Community in Scarborough, ME. Prior to that, she was a human resources business partner at Maine Mental Health Partners, in Westbrook, and spent close to a decade at PrimeCare Physician Associates, Biddeford ME.
Kim is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). SPHR is an advanced certification that indicates proficiency and mastery of human resources theory and practice.
Posted June 18, 2018
Mark Souza Joins Manet CHC Board
The Manet Community Health Center Board of Directors recently inducted another representative from its Taunton service area. Mark Souza is a Taunton resident and is the director of AGP House of Taunton.
Mark became familiar with Manet through his work helping men in recovery regain their health and overcome addiction. Many of them have gone without primary care and Mark was thrilled when Manet opened in 2014.
"Manet has primary care, medication assisted treatment and behavioral health services all under one roof and this is really beneficial for our residents," he said. "It's all about trying to get our residents the services they need to enhance their sobriety, and I think having a good relationship with the providers and staff really helps with this. I am happy to do whatever I can to work together for the betterment of our community."
Posted June 18, 2018
Manet Shows its Pride!
The Manet Prevention Team and community health workers were out in force spreading important health information and good will at Quincy's first QPride event on Sunday, June 3 at Pageant Field.
The Manet team also participated in last weekend's Nantasket Avenue Car Show in Hull (below). Read more here.
Posted June 18, 2018
Manet, Taunton Adds Additional Evening Hours
To better accommodate our patients, our Taunton site has added additional evening hours. The office is now open from 8:15 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
A Patient and Family Advisor is a
patient or patient family member
of Manet Community Health Center
who takes an active role in seeking
creative ways to improve our
quality of care and services.
Why should I become a Patient and Family Advisor?
You will have a unique opportunity to make lasting and impactful changes to the way you, your family members, and the community receive care at Manet.
How do I apply to become a Patient and Family Advisor? over twenty years of progressive experience in human resources and workforce development.
Download an application or pick one up at the front desk. Once the application is completed please return it to one of our staff members at the front desk. The application may also be submitted by mail, email or fax to the contact information provided on the bottom of your application.
Medication Assisted Treatment Program for Substance Abuse Disorders
Manet Community Health Center offers a Medication Assisted Treatment Program for substance use disorders, offering comprehensive services necessary to treat the whole person, and all of their health care needs. For more information, call (857) 403-0765.
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The Quincy Weymouth Wellness Initiative is offering a variety free wellness classes to help you get and stay healthy.
Classes include Nutrition, Falls Prevention, Smoking Cessation and Chronic Disease Management.(high blood pressure/ diabetes). Visit the website for class times, locations and registration information:
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Manet Community Health Center serves the broad preventive and primary care needs of the residents of the South Shore region through pediatrics,
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Founded in 1979, Manet has five practice sites
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to all levels of the health care system. One of our priorities is providing
services for the medically underserved.
This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and deemed under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
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Manet offers urgent and routine medical appointments on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in our North Quincy and Hull locations. All of our Quincy and Hull sites also offer evening hours.
Call 617-376-3000 for an appointment. To reach an on-call provider after office hours, Manet patients can call 617-376-3000 or their preferred site. For medical emergencies, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
At Manet Community Health Center, we believe that everyone has the right to accessible, high quality and compassionate health care close to home. By supporting our mission, you are not just making a difference in the lives of thousands of patients in Quincy, Hull and Taunton and surrounding communities who call Manet their medical home; you are making a difference in our community. Please consider giving your support today!
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