Compassion Health Care, Inc. has received notice of being awarded $549,764 as part of the Fiscal year (FY) 2021 American Rescue Plan (ARP) – Health Center Construction and Capital Improvements (ARP-Capital, C8E) one-time funding to support construction, expansion, alteration, renovation, and other capital improvements to modify, enhance, and expand health care infrastructure.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has provided over $950 million to 1,292 health centers and Compassion Health Care, Inc. has been a recipient of a portion of these monies to improve access to health care services for the uninsured, isolated, or medically vulnerable.
“Compassion Health Care, Inc. is continually growing, and our services are needed more and more throughout our region. This grant funding will allow us to better serve our communities with the excellent, affordable health care they deserve. The project timeline for this grant is set at two (2) years. During this time we look forward to analyzing and planning for the needs of our region.” – William Crumpton, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Compassion Health Care, Inc.
The American Rescue Plan – Capital Funding supports up to five (5) multiple project types per health center chosen to receive funds. Resources Will Support COVID-19 and Primary Health Care Infrastructure Needs in Medically Underserved Communities Across All 50 States and U.S. Territories.
Projects may include:
• Construction of a New Facility: This project supports the construction of a new stand-alone facility/building structure.
• Construction/Expansion (C/E) of an Existing Facility: This project adds square footage to an existing facility and/or includes significant site work.
• Alteration/Renovation (A/R) of an Existing Facility: This project involves renovations to an existing facility that does not increase the square footage of the facility.
• Equipment Only: This project involves the acquisition of loose, moveable equipment not affixed to the physical building structure.
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