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published on September 6, 2019 - 11:10 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

CalViva Health of Fresno has announced a grant of $1.2 million in funding to local health organizations in an effort to increase primary care physicians in the Central Valley.

“We believe the best way we can support our members, and the Central Valley at large is to increase access to quality health care providers,” said Gregory Hund, CEO of CalViva Health. “These funds will result in the addition of eight primary care physicians and five physician’s assistants or nurse practitioners serving Valley families.”

Over the last three years CalViva Health has dedicated over $2.85 million in grant funding to combat the area’s physician shortage.


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