(本報訊) 10月11日晩,NorthEast Ohio Neighborhood Health
Services, Inc (NEON)在Landerhaven舉辦 Jazz In The Garden
NEON計劃在中國城開設一家診所,它將會有利于克里夫蘭的經濟,同時也會給克城的亞裔民衆帶來方便。預祝唐人街NEON Asia 診所早日問世。
NEON is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) network of
community health centers dedicated to improving access to health care
and reducing health disparities in Greater Cleveland.
NEON’s mission is to provide quality, personalized and family-oriented
comprehensive health care services to Northeast Ohio residents at
reasonable cost, with professional, dedicated employees, while
employing the most current health care practices that are responsive
to community needs for prevention and treatment of disease.
NEON provides primary care services including family medicine, adult
medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, obstetrics and gynecology.
Behavioral health and dental services are offered at most of our
health center sites. On-site ancillary services include: laboratory,
pharmacy, x-ray, mammography, and ultrasound. Patients have access to
services seven days a week through extended evening and weekend hours.
NEON is governed by a Board of Trustees that includes consumers of
services and other concerned citizens in the health, civic and legal
fields. NEON has maintained Joint Commission accreditation for over 45
NEON accepts a number of payment arrangements for services including
Medicare and Medicaid. Managed Care Plans include CareSource, Buckeye
Community Health Plan, UnitedHealthcare, Molina Healthcare, and
Paramount. NEON also accepts Medical Mutual of Ohio, Anthem BC/BS,
CIGNA and other commercial insurance plans. Services are also
available on a sliding fee scale, incorporating patient’s income and
family size. NEON Inaugural Gala Unites Communities by Combining Jazz
with Asian Performances NorthEast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services
(NEON) held an Inaugural Gala themed "Jazz in the Garden" on October
12, 2014 held at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven. The event had over
350 attendees including Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson along with many
other distinguished guests such as Grammy Award winning Pianist
Angelin Chang, and OCA Board Member Ray Hing who flew in from
California for the event. Three Jazz bands provided entertainment
before and after dinner, whereas some of the area's best Asian
performance groups kept the audience entertained during the dinner.
Kicking off the Asian performances was the OCA Cleveland Asian
American Advocates who provided a spectacular traditional Chinese
Dragon Dance. Rising Star Acrobatics provided delightful dance and
acrobatic routines. Other Asian dances and Martial