Medworks has entered into a new partnership, the Cuyahoga Health Access Partnership, to lead the health care nonprofit’s connection and navigation services.

“Connection and navigation to find medical homes for our patients has always been central to the mission of Medworks. We believe that CHAP becoming part of Medworks will be a transformative event for both organizations as we build and expand upon our individual strengths,” said Dr. Jerome Belinson, CEO of Medworks, in a news release. “We see this as an ideal collaboration with more citizens of Cuyahoga County benefiting from the wide variety of health care services available.”

Medworks hosts eight to 10 mobile clinics each year as part of its mission to provide patients with quality health care, as well as access to permanent medical homes in Northeast Ohio.

“The systems developed by CHAP provide the patients we serve with seamless access to local health care facilities and will enhance the clinical care provided by Medworks. Collectively we can reach an even greater number of people who may not be aware of the types of care available to them,” said Mary Gladys, CHAP’s program director, in the news release.

Founded in 2009, Medworks provides free medical, dental and vision services to adults and children in Northeast Ohio.

For more information, visit medworksusa.org.

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