Board of Directors

2021 – 2022 Board of Directors

  • Glenn Barham – Chairman
  • David Wolverton – Vice Chairman
  • Angela Stahler – Secretary
  • Iliana Jaramillo – Treasurer
  • Russell Bryant
  • Alison Duncan
  • David Flack, M.D.
  • Wesley Holmes
  • Pastor Virgil L. Nesbit, Jr.
  • Ashvin Patel, M.D.
  • Alicia Perez
  • Susan Reagan
  • Rick Schleider
  • Stephen Shelton
  • James Tippit

2021 – 2022 Advisory Board Members

  • John Bridgman
  • Martha Fain
  • Al Guinn
  • Robert Gunn
  • Dale Harvey
  • Martha “Tuck” Harvey, Ph.D.
  • Ralph Harvey, III
  • John Hirschi
  • Bryant Medders
  • Lynn Moran
  • Tom Stephens

Executive Staff

  • Allen Patterson – Chief Executive Officer
  • Chad Minnix – Chief Finance Officer
  • Ellaheh Ebrahim, M.D. – Chief Medical Officer
  • Akshay Kaushal, DDS – Chief Dental Officer
  • Aaron Goodwin – Chief Information Officer
  • Christie Bragg – Associate Operating Officer
  • DeeDee McKinney – Associate Operating Officer

"Wonderful bunch of people working there. Always get really good care…"

- Dental Patient

Mission

To provide access to high quality, respectful and patient-centered primary and preventive healthcare services for everyone.

Vision

Community Healthcare Center will eliminate health disparities and inequities in our community by being the provider of choice for primary medical, dental and behavioral healthcare services.

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Community Healthcare Center (CHC), like other healthcare organizations, has experienced a drastic increase in COVID-19 symptomatic visits from its existing patients and the local community. Due to the related increase in patient volume and decrease in staffing and other resources, CHC has made temporary changes in its patient acceptance policies.

Specifically, CHC will continue to provide the same high quality and quantity of services to our existing patients; however, we will only be accepting new patients within the following vulnerable populations:

• Ages 20 and under,
• Ages 65 and older, or
• Pregnant women.

Persons within the ages of 21 through 64 who are not pregnant and are not already an established CHC patient will need to seek primary care services elsewhere. We will look forward to being able to begin accepting new patients from all age groups and both maternity statuses as soon as possible.

Again, all current patients are welcomed to continue receiving whatever primary care services we offer from us whenever they need it, and regardless of their COVID-19 vaccine status. Any new patients that we can accept (ages 20 and under, 65 and older, or that are pregnant), will continue to be welcomed too, also regardless of their COVID-19 vaccine status.

COVID-19 vaccines are available for all qualified individuals, patient or not, ages 12 and older. Individuals wanting to be vaccinated may schedule their COVID-19 vaccination by calling (940) 766-6306. However, simply receiving a COVID-19 vaccine from CHC does not establish you as a CHC patient.
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Community Healthcare Center (CHC), like other healthcare organizations, has experienced a drastic increase in COVID-19 symptomatic visits from its existing patients and the local community. Due to the related increase in patient volume and decrease in staffing and other resources, CHC has made temporary changes in its patient acceptance policies.

Specifically, CHC will continue to provide the same high quality and quantity of services to our existing patients; however, we will only be accepting new patients within the following vulnerable populations:

• Ages 20 and under, 
• Ages 65 and older, or
• Pregnant women.

Persons within the ages of 21 through 64 who are not pregnant and are not already an established CHC patient will need to seek primary care services elsewhere. We will look forward to being able to begin accepting new patients from all age groups and both maternity statuses as soon as possible.

Again, all current patients are welcomed to continue receiving whatever primary care services we offer from us whenever they need it, and regardless of their COVID-19 vaccine status.  Any new patients that we can accept (ages 20 and under, 65 and older, or that are pregnant), will continue to be welcomed too, also regardless of their COVID-19 vaccine status.  
  
COVID-19 vaccines are available for all qualified individuals, patient or not, ages 12 and older.  Individuals wanting to be vaccinated may schedule their COVID-19 vaccination by calling (940) 766-6306.  However, simply receiving a COVID-19 vaccine from CHC does not establish you as a CHC patient.

The dates for the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at the Career Education Center have been extended past Labor Day. The clinic will now operate every Friday from 4-6 pm until further notice. ... See MoreSee Less

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I got mine there! Super nice staff 💜💜

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It's Important to us that you are satisfied with the care you receive at Community Healthcare Center. Please take a moment to fill out a patient satisfaction survey. www.chcwf.com/surveys/ ... See MoreSee Less

Its Important to us that you are satisfied with the care you receive at Community Healthcare Center. Please take a moment to fill out a patient satisfaction survey. https://www.chcwf.com/surveys/
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