genesis_logo_web.jpgBoynton Beach — DeAnna Warren, executive director of Genesis Community Health, has announced that the nonprofit organization has received a federal grant for $595,833 from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Financed under the Affordable Health Care Act, the grant will cover a two-year period through April 2014.

“This grant will enable Genesis to provide primary care medical services to 3,500 patients each year,” said Warren. “While a total of 219 community health centers in 41 states will share in $128.6 million in HHS grants, I am proud to say that Genesis is the only recipient based in Palm Beach County and one of only 15 grant recipients in the State of Florida.”

Genesis Community Health, Inc. offers an array of primary care services, such as medical care for all ages, pediatric through geriatric, including well-child services; men’s health; women’s health; appropriate cancer screening; adult and pediatric immunizations; screenings for elevated blood levels, communicable diseases and cholesterol; voluntary family planning; health education; outreach; referrals to specialty care, diagnostic laboratory and limited diagnostic radiological services; and patient case management.

Since opening its doors in 2010, Genesis Community Health has become the medical home for more than 3,000 patients from Boynton Beach and the surrounding area. 

Genesis, at 564 E. Woolbright Rd., Boynton Beach, is open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

For more information call 561-735-6553 or visit