Letter to the Editor: Affordable health care

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Editor:

It seems that every day we read headlines about our health care system that is increasingly disorganized, confusing, and unaffordable for many families. What gets lost in the greater debate is that there is already a bright spot in our system that delivers great value for all patients and saves money for the entire health care system: Community Health Centers, like Sun Life Family Health Center.

Community Health Centers represent strong partnerships of people, governments and communities who work together to meet the unique and diverse health conditions of the community.Heath centers are run from the bottom up, by a patient-majority governing board who guides how the center’s resources can be effectively directed to meet the health care needs of the community.

We want to express our sincere thanks to the businesses and individuals that supported Sun Life’s mission during August’s National Health Center Week.Through profit sharing fundraising activities, we were able to create awareness about Sun Life, our mission and the value we bring to our communities: Culver’s Restaurant, Casa Grande; Native New Yorker, Maricopa; Demetri’s Grill & Pizzeria, Coolidge; BeDillon’s Cactus Garden, Casa Grande; Eva’s Restaurant, Eloy; and Chili’s Restaurant, Casa Grande.

At Sun Life, patients are not only treated with dignity and respect, they get a medical home where the services are excellent and affordable. This is health care at its best – simple, effective, and easy to navigate.

/s/ Travis J. Robinette CEO, Sun Life Family Health Center

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