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Three join health clinic’s board of directors

WOODSTOCK – The Family Health Partnership Clinic recently welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors for three-year terms.

Tina Hueppe is the vice president of Marshall Wolf Automation Inc. in Algonquin. She has been involved with the clinic for several years through the Care4 Breast Cancer 5K Run/Walk.

Dick Ahrens is the owner of PEET Frate Line in Woodstock and has been involved with the clinic for many years. Ahrens currently is on the Woodstock City Council.

Mike Ford is the vice president of operations for Centegra Physician Care and brings with him a wealth of knowledge about primary care practice, quality assurance and strategic planning.

“All three bring a new depth to our board and we are excited to have each of their areas of expertise helping the clinic as we move forward,” board President Kevin Noonan said in a news release.

For information about Family Health Partnership Clinic, contact Cathy Patenaude, development coordinator, at 815-334-8987, ext. 24, or visit www.hpclinic.org.

– Northwest Herald


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