Senators Reverend Warnock, Ossoff Secure Over $22 Million for Georgia Community Health Centers

Washington, D.C. –– Today U.S. Senators Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff announced more than $22 million in funding they secured for infrastructure investments at community health centers across the state of Georgia. The funding comes from the American Rescue Plan, which Sens. Ossoff and Rev. Warnock helped pass earlier this year.

The funding Sens. Rev. Warnock and Ossoff secured will help improve quality of care for Georgians and make improvements to Georgia’s community health centers so they can serve the communities for years to come.

I am proud to have supported the American Rescue Plan that continues to provide the necessary funding for our overwhelmed health centers, overworked staffs, and recovering communities across our state,” said Sen. Reverend Warnock. “We must continue to do all we can to provide support and funding to our health care infrastructure and workers on the frontlines of this pandemic.”

“This funding will help Georgia health centers remain open, invest in upgrades, and better serve our communities. Sen. Rev. Warnock and I will continue working to deliver the resources necessary to fight COVID-19,” said Sen. Ossoff.

Please find a copy of the grant announcement here and a breakdown of the funding below:


  • Athens Model Neighborhood Health Center: $574,437
  • Center for Pan Asian Community Services: $563,052
  • Family Health Centers of Georgia: $731,910
  • Four Corners Primary Care Centers: $582,203
  • Georgia Highlands Medical Service: $710,727
  • Georgia Mountains Health Services: $635,399
  • Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center: $534,936
  • Health, Education, Assessment and Leadership (H.E.A.L.) Inc.: $535,013
  • Medlink Georgia: $1,005,978
  • Meridian Education Resource Group: $529,007
  • North Georgia Healthcare Center: $529,667
  • Oconee Valley Healthcare: $638,699
  • Palmetto Health Council: $675,714
  • Primary Health Care Center of Dade: $704,776
  • Recovery Consultants of Atlanta: $518,051
  • Saint Josephs Mercy Care Services: $417,270
  • Southside Medical Center: $995,803

ALBANY AREA: $2,821,792

  • Albany Area Primary Health Care: $1,000,577
  • Georgia Department of Community Health: $554,487
  • Primary Care of Southwest Georgia: $647,378
  • South Central Primary Care Center: $619,350

AUGUSTA AREA: $2,014,954

  • Christ Community Health Services Augusta: $583,908
  • East Georgia Healthcare Center: $729,108
  • Neighborhood Improvement Project: $701,938

COLUMBUS AREA: $2,077,681

  • CareConnect Health: $1,457,022
  • Valley Healthcare System: $620,659

MACON AREA: $1,359,337

  • Community Health Care Systems: $739,349
  • First Choice Primary Care: $619,988

SAVANNAH AREA: $3,140,046

  • Coastal Community Health Services: $572,699
  • Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care: $752,021
  • Diversity Health Center: $579,486
  • J.C. Lewis Health Center: $640,569
  • McKinney Medical Center: $595,271

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