Terry Reilly Celebrates 45 Years of Service!
Nampa - Supporters of Terry Reilly Health Services gathered yesterday to celebrate their 45th anniversary as a community health center. As the first community health center in Idaho, Terry Reilly has grown from a clinic in a small house, to a healthcare organization operating four integrated medical/dental/behavioral health clinics, six medical/behavioral health clinics, three dental clinics, and three specialty behavioral health clinics in Ada, Canyon and Owyhee counties.
This celebration was in conjunction with Community Health Center Week 2016 and featured honored guests, U.S. Senator Mike Crapo and former Governor Phil Batt. Video courtesy of KTVB.com
From left to right: U.S. Senator Mike Crapo, Rosie Delgadillo Reilly (Terry Reilly co-founder, current board member), former Governor Phil Batt & Francee Reilly.
Terry Reilly Health Services:
In 2015 Terry Reilly served over 30,000 patients, for a total of more than 119,000 office visits. Terry Reilly Health Services, like other community health centers, provides high quality primary care that is focused on wellness, prevention and chronic disease management. Primary care reduces disease through treatment and prevention, reduces the economic cost of poor health, and reduces emergency and hospital visits. Idaho's community health centers provide care to patients regardless of a person's insurance status and accept Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance, as well as a sliding fee scale for patients without insurance.