Community Health Outreach Programs

The Bassett Healthcare Network has a variety of programs that are available to the community including support groups, community health programs, parenting classes, birth preparation classes, a speakers bureau and much more. To find out more information clink on the links provided.

 

counseling.jpgCommunity Service Program for Financial Assistance

As the steward for health care in our communities, Bassett offers a variety of services for those who have little or no health insurance. Click here to find out more about Bassett's Community Services Program, a helpful resource for patients in need of financial assistance, and to print off an application.

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The Cancer Services Program can offer breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening at no cost to you. To be eligible you must be uninsured and 40 years or older.

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Thousands of families are eligible for low-cost health insurance coverage for their children. A phone call is all it takes to find out more information.

Rural Health Education Network of Schoharie, Otsego, andrhensom.jpg Montgomery Counties

RHENSOM addresses the under-served rural community health needs, identified through research, by promoting excellence and innovation in health educationsafe-kids.jpg

Safe Kids of Otsego County

Safe Kids of Otsego County works to prevent accidental childhood injury, the leading killer of children 14 and under.

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HealthWorks is BHN’s Occupational Health Services Program designed to offer area employers innovative solutions to keep employees healthier and safer while managing employee health care expenses.

 

For more information contact:

1-800-BASSETT (227-7388)

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