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Manet's Been Selected for the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program

Manet  has been selected by Stop & Shop store leadership in Quincy as the benefiting non-profit for its Community Bag Program for July. Manet will receive a $1 donation every time a $2.50 Community Bag is sold during the month of July at the Shop & Shop stores located at:

  • 495 Southern Artery, Quincy, MA
  • 65 Newport Avenue, Quincy, MA

Please consider purchasing a bag or two, and please help us spread the word! It's a great way to support Manet and the help the environment.

Manet Celebrates 40 Years of Caring

Event raises $113K for health center programs and services

Despite the stormy weather that prompted a last minute venue change, Manet Community Health Center celebrated its 40th anniversary with more than 250 guests, including patients, donors, vendors, elected officials and staff past and present, at Quincy High School on June 20 and raised more than $113,000 for the health center’s programs and services. Set to music and food spanning the decades by DJ Nicky D Cronin and Cypress Catering, the event paid homage to the health center’s beginnings in 1979 in Houghs Neck while emphasizing its dynamic path for the future.

Manet Celebrates 40 Years of Caring

Serving as emcee for the evening, Manet’s Foundation Board chair Joseph Reardon thanked Mayor Thomas Koch, the superintendent of schools Dr. Richard DeCristofaro and their staffs for facilitating the last minute move from Pageant Field to the high school in the face of predicted thunder and lightning. He was joined during the program by Manet Board President Bob Griffin, sporting a Roberto Clemente t-shirt in memory of his boyhood hero and role model for community service, and Manet CEO Cynthia Sierra, who focused her remarks on Manet’s commitment and gratitude to patients. Presenting citations from the Massachusetts House of Representatives were representatives Tackey Chan and Joan Meschino and from the Senate were senators John Keenan and Patrick O’Connor. Jennifer Constable, of the Town of Hull Board of Selectmen, and Mayor Thomas Koch offered citations in honor of Manet’s 40th anniversary as well. Mayor Koch also recognized longtime Manet staffer Kathy Sullivan, who is retiring this month after 40 years of service to the health center. The crowd responded with a rousing standing ovation.

Mayor Koch also recognized longtime Manet staffer Kathy Sullivan, who is retiring this month after 40 years of service to the health center.

Among the evening’s highlights were the presentation of three awards by the Manet Board of Directors -- the Manet Medallion, its highest honor, to Kate Walsh, president & CEO of Boston Medical Center (BMC); the Elizabeth A. Swanton Community Service Award, posthumously, to Officer John Munise of the Taunton Police Department; and the Barbara A. Morris Award for Distinguished Service to the Manet Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Team.

Among the evening’s highlights were the presentation of three awards by the Manet Board of Directors -- the Manet Medallion, its highest honor, to Kate Walsh, president & CEO of Boston Medical Center (BMC)

The Manet Medallion, last given in 2015 to Senator John Keenan, is presented periodically to “an individual or group living or working in a community served by the health center who has significantly lifted, supported, championed or advanced the health center’s dedication to providing accessible, high quality health care and supportive services and demonstrated consistent community goodwill and fellowship beyond the health center walls.” According to Griffin, the Board of Directors selected Walsh for this award in recognition of her exemplary leadership, outstanding partnership and compassionate commitment to ensuring a critical safety net system of care in the region and to Manet’s mission.

The Elizabeth A. Swanton Community Service Award, previously presented in June 2018 to a group of Quincy residents for their response after Winter Storm Riley, was presented by Griffin and Taunton Mayor Tom Hoye, who detailed the dedication and compassion with which Officer Munise served the city of Taunton and its residents, particularly those struggling with substance use disorders. Officer Munise’s widow, Linda Munise, and their daughter Shannon Delpapa accepted the award.

Taunton Mayor Tom Hoye

The Barbara A. Morris Award for Distinguished Service to the Manet Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Team

Griffin was then joined by former long-serving board member and Quincy resident Barbara Morris to present The Barbara A. Morris Award for Distinguished Service to the Manet Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Team, including the program’s Medical Director Dr. Rob Shiner, who also serves as Manet’s Chief Quality Officer, and program’s administrative director Kim Kroeger, Director Prevention Services, for their work in helping individuals with substance use disorders. Other MAT Team members include: Ream Akkeh, FNP-C; Christine Basile, FNP-C; Dr. Bill Brandon; Dr. Vikram Butani; Tim Comeaux, LICSW, CADC-1; Dr. Mary Ann Dakkak; Asia DeGaust; Stacey DeSousa, RN; Jane Farrell, LICSW; Dr. Karin Hemmingsen; Charlotte Hines, FNP-BC; Nina Lowery, PA-C; Ian MacDonald;Oumaima Mansouri, LCSW; Ivy Opoku Mensah, FNP-C; Kathleen Neimann, ANP-C; Dr. Jennifer Sabir; Corinne Sieben, RN; Dr. Elizabeth Tsai; Snezhana Voynova, RN; Dr. Justin Yang.

Ream Akkeh, FNP-C; Christine Basile, FNP-C; Dr. Bill Brandon; Dr. Vikram Butani; Tim Comeaux, LICSW, CADC-1; Dr. Mary Ann Dakkak; Asia DeGaust; Stacey DeSousa, RN; Jane Farrell, LICSW; Dr. Karin Hemmingsen; Charlotte Hines, FNP-BC; Nina Lowery, PA-C; Ian MacDonald;Oumaima Mansouri, LCSW; Ivy Opoku Mensah, FNP-C; Kathleen Neimann, ANP-C;   Dr. Jennifer Sabir; Corinne Sieben, RN; Dr. Elizabeth Tsai; Snezhana Voynova, RN; Dr. Justin Yang

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Upcoming Events

Fair Foods at Manet

Fair Foods at Manet NQ

Every other Wednesday. Upcoming dates:

July 10 & 24, 2019

August 7 & 21, 2019

September 4 & 18, 2019

October 2, 16, & 30, 2019

November 13 & 27, 2019

December 11, 2019, 2019

2:30-3:30 p.m.
Manet Community Health Center
110 West Squantum Street, North Quincy

Fair Foods comes to Manet every other week with an assortment of fruits, vegetables and other produce. A full bag is $2. Some $1 items available.

Creating Healthier South Shore Communities

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Manet has earned
The Joint Commission's
Gold Seal of Approval™

Manet Community Health Center serves the broad preventive and primary care needs of the residents of the South Shore region through pediatrics, family medicine, and internal medicine. Founded in 1979, Manet has five practice sites and a diverse staff who are committed to ensuring that our patients enjoy access 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.

 

 
 

Manet has a primary hospital affiliation
with Boston Medical Center

   
   
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers DEAP
   
National Association of Community Health Centers FQHC
   
NCQA Recognized Practice Health Center Advocacy Network
   
PCMH PRIME Certified PCMH PRIME Certified

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