What are Health Services, Inc’s primary services?
Health Services, Inc. is a community health center offering patients who are insured, under-insured and uninsured the opportunity to receive a wide range of care.
Who are the company’s primary clients?
Any resident of the River Region looking for a primary medical provider, dentist, optometrist or membership to one of our wellness centers. We give those in the community access to quality care, regardless of the status of their insurance or their ability or inability to pay for services.
What does your job entail?
I have the wonderful task of going out in the community and spreading the word about Health Services, Inc. and highlighting all that we have to offer at our 10 health center locations in our area.
Any recent news?
HSI is currently in the application process to be recognized by the National Association of Community Health Centers as an Advocacy Center of Excellence (ACE). Out of 15 other community health centers in Alabama, HSI will be the first to have this recognition.
What’s your favorite thing about your work?
I love working for HSI because we offer many patients who would not otherwise have access to a doctor the opportunity to be seen by a medical provider. The mission of HSI really tugged on my heart strings, and I am proud to carry that message everywhere I go.
What are your interests outside of work?
Because I am not from Montgomery, I do enjoy learning about the history and the culture. I have joined the Montgomery Sunrise Rotary Club, and I am a Montgomery Chamber Ambassador. This and the Rotary Club have afforded me the opportunity to build relationships with people I would not have had the chance to meet. We are all working together to build a greater Montgomery.
A LONG LEGACY
“In 2018, Health Services, Inc. celebrated ‘50 Amazing Years of Services’ in the River Region. We are not new in the community. HSI’s corporate office was located on Adams Avenue as the Lister Hill Health Center. Many people are familiar with that center and have memories of being patients and their family members being patients there.”