background_fid.png
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Community Focus Report shows collaboration extends reach of health resources

JVHC
jordanvalley.org
/
Springfield's Jordan Valley Community Health Center is Missouri's largest Federally Qualified Health Center

This broadcast season, KSMU’s program "Making a Difference" is switching gears. Through a series of panel conversations airing once every month since September 2021, we’ve examined each chapter of The 2021 Community Focus Report for Springfield and Greene County. The CFR is a biennial report which evaluates the community’s assets, gaps, opportunities and challenges in eleven key areas, including the final topic of this season’s series, Community Health.

Our guests for today’s panel conversation are: Jonathan Groves, facilitator of the CFR; Erica Little, of the Springfield Greene County Department of Health; Dr. Matthew Stinson, executive vice president of medical and behavioral health at Jordan Valley Community Health Center ; and Matt Lemmon, vice president of communications at Burrell Medical Group.

Production support for the Community Focus Report for Springfield and Greene County, comes from: The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, The Junior League of Springfield, The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, The Springfield-Greene County Library District, and The United Way of The Ozarks.

The Community Focus Report for Springfield and Greene County is available for viewing at www.springfieldcommunityfocus.org