This last week Battle Ground Rotary surprised Battle Ground Healthcare with a $2000 grant that will go to support BGHC’s new Rehabilitation Clinic. The needs of Battle Ground Healthcare’s Rehabilitation Clinic were brought to the attention of the Battle Ground Rotary through a volunteer. When Battle Ground Rotary members discovered that there were available funds for Rotary chapters to donate to local nonprofits they petitioned for funds to be awarded to Battle Ground Healthcare. Surprisingly fast, the Rotary committees approved the funding and Battle Ground Rotary was able to award the grant to BGHC in a short time.
The Battle Ground Rotary Club presented Battle Ground Healthcare with the $2000 grant on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at BGHC’s monthly Lunch and Learn. The grant will go to help purchase much-needed equipment for the Rehabilitation Clinic. Becky Hanenkrat, BG Rotary Community Service Chair and Amy Price, BG Rotary President, attended the Battle Ground Healthcare Lunch and Learn monthly program to present Sue Neal, BGHC’s Executive Director with this donation. This is a great collaboration that will benefit many members of the Battle Ground Community.
BGHC has been serving Clark County communities for over 5 years and their services are continual expanding.They started as free chronic medical and dental clinic in 2006 with the goal to improve the quality of life for people suffering from chronic health who live in the healthcare “gap”. Since 2006, BGHC has continued to expand their care from chronic medical and dental to diabetes treatment, rehabilitation programs, vision care.