Presbyterian SeniorCare opens health clinic at affordable housing development

WASHINGTON, Pa. — Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is about to open an on-site health clinic at one of its affordable housing developments, thanks to a grant received last year from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation.

The clinic will be located at the Bellmead Apartments, 815 South Main St. in Washington, Pennsylvania, which is within Presbyterian SeniorCare’s complex. There are about 120 residents of the building, and they will be able to go to health appointments without going outside. The residents of HaveLoch Commons and Heritage House of Houston, which are also owned by Presbyterian SeniorCare, are also able to schedule appointments to receive care in their apartments.

The clinic is being staffed by primary care provider Curana Health and lead physician Dr. Sathia Natarajan, plus Dr. Reda Shedeed, Registered Nurse Practitioner Sheila Phillips and Physician Assistant Danielle Cass.

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