WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema helped secure $1.3 million in primary care service grants for two Phoenix-based health centers. Terros Health and the Maricopa Integrated Health System were awarded federal funds that will help them provide primary care services to underserved Arizona communities.

“Today’s grant funding will strengthen and increase access to critical health services for Arizona families by Terros Health and Maricopa Integrated Health System,” said Sinema.

Earlier this year, Sinema wrote to the Health Resources and Services Administration in support of Terros Health and the Maricopa Integrated Health System, highlighting both organizations’ work in providing comprehensive, affordable, and quality care to vulnerable communities in Arizona. Following her letter, both organizations were awarded New Access Points grants, which help health centers provide comprehensive primary care services to underserved communities. 

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