Plains Medical Center has been awarded a $100,000 grant by Caring for Colorado Foundation toward the renovation of the Limon Clinic Dental Suite. The …
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Plains Medical Center has been awarded a $100,000 grant by
Caring for Colorado Foundation toward the renovation of the Limon
Clinic Dental Suite. The project will entail a comprehensive
retrofit of four dental operatories to improve accessibility, and
patient safety and comfort.
"Our patients and staff are looking forward to having spacious,
well-equipped, and fully-accessible dental operatories. We are
grateful for the partnership between PMC and Caring for Colorado
with the shared mission of making excellent oral health services
available to all in our communities," said Carol Niforatos, DDS,
PMC Dental Director.
The Caring for Colorado Foundation is a health grantmaker making
health and accessible health care more of a reality for people in
Colorado every day through targeted grants that provide measurable
PMC is a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center providing
comprehensive primary medical, dental and mental health services to
more than 17,000 residents of Lincoln, Kit Carson, Elbert, Adams
and Arapahoe Counties. For more information call 719-775-0300.
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