For clinics offering health care to all, ‘the economic challenges are intense’

 

St. Paul-based West Side Community Health Services has a new name: Minnesota Community Care. Its role as a “beacon of hope” is the same.

Reuben Moore grew up a patient of community health centers and he now leads the state’s largest as CEO of St. Paul-based West Side Community Health Services.

As of Jan. 1, West Side has a new name: Minnesota Community Care. Its role as a “beacon of hope” is the same as it has been since its 1969 founding, Moore said.

With 400 employees and 17 locations, it serves 40,000 unique patients annually. Moore joined in October 2017, bringing nearly 20 years of health insurance and health care experience from Mayo Clinic, UnitedHealth Group, Humana and elsewhere.

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