King City, CA. (Feb 12, 2018) – Mee Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce it has received a $2.5 million grant from the Central California Alliance for Health. These funds will support the expansion of MMH’s Greenfield Clinic. A critical need, the project will allow the Greenfield Clinic to expand capacity of outpatient primary care services. The existing 7,000 square foot facility will increase by 6,091 square feet with an interior renovation of the existing reception, waiting, and public restroom areas.
Mee Memorial’s Greenfield Clinic is one of the busiest in Southern Monterey County. The clinic’s patient volumes have increased significantly over the past few years, and many patients and families lack access to quality health care services. To continue to meet the community’s growing demand for medical care, MMH will begin construction to expand and renovate this spring.
“We are honored to have been awarded this grant from CCAH. With the new grant, Mee Memorial will be better able to support local efforts to coordinate care and provide better outcomes for patients throughout our community,” said Susan Childers, CEO, Mee Memorial Hospital.
The Alliance established the Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program in July 2015 in response to the rapid expansion of the Medi-Cal population as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Central California Alliance for Health offer grants to local organizations to support efforts to increase the availability, quality and access of health care and supportive services for Medi-Cal members in Merced, Monterey, and Santa Cruz counties.