Langston Recognized for Health Center Advocacy by National Organization
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Terry Langston, communications and development officer at the Center for Family Health, has been honored by a national organization for his advocacy for Health Centers.
Langston received the Elizabeth K. Cooke Grassroots MVP Award from the National Association of Community Health Centers for his “constant effort and unflagging persistence as an advocate for America’s Health Centers and Health Center patients.”
Molly Kaser, president and CEO of the Center for Family Health, said Langston is exceptionally skilled at working with state and federal lawmakers of all political viewpoints to convey the social and financial benefits of Federally Qualified Health Centers. “Terry is an outstanding advocate for Health Centers,” Kaser said. “He has been able to forge connections with elected officials and he communicates very effectively with them. We’re so very happy that Terry is part of our staff.”
About Center for Family Health
The Center for Family Health is an independent, Federally Qualified Health Center that never turns patients away because of inability to pay. It provides quality primary health care and behavioral health services to more than 27,000 patients at its main location in Jackson, four school health centers, a Hillsdale center, and a satellite clinic at LifeWays.