Silver Alert for 86-year-old Segundo Cruz

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Bridgeport Police have issued a Silver Alert for 86-year-old Segundo Cruz. 

Cruz was last seen this morning.

He has hazel eyes and white hair. He stands at 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 175 pounds. 

Cruz was last seen wearing a blue Yankees jacket, a blue shirt with stripes, and blue jeans. 

If you have any information on the location of Cruz you’re asked to contact the Bridgeport Police Department at 475-201-2485

https://www.fox61.com/article/news/local/bridgeport-connecticut-police/520-32b4c6ec-7ce3-4b4f-b576-365fb8ae37ad

Attention Staff:

National Health Center Week 2020 is here!! In the past, we have celebrated this week by hosting recognition award ceremonies and health fairs in Bridgeport and Stamford honoring dedicated staff members and patients. However, this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be hosting any in-person events. Despite that, we would still like to recognize our front line workers and offer our most heartfelt appreciation to all of our staff members who truly stepped up during this very difficult time. We believe your work during this pandemic highlights the values and benefits that Community Health Centers provide to our local communities and is line with the #NHCW2020 theme: Community Health Centers: Lighting the Way for Healthier Communities Today and in the Future.

 

Here at OPTIMUS, we are not just healers, we are innovators who look beyond medical charts to address the factors that may cause poor health, such as poverty, homelessness, substance use, mental illness, lack of nutrition, and unemployment. We are a critical piece of the health care system as we collaborate with hospitals, local and state governments, social, health, and business organizations to improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations. We are well positioned to continue to serve our communities in the safest way possible through our face to face primary care and telehealth services, providing walk-in and pop-up COVID-9 testing, and ensuring our patients can access basic necessities like food and housing resources.

 

While COVID-19 continues to exacerbate social and medical inequities across the country, Community Health Centers, like ourselves, have stretched themselves to reconfigure services for those in need.  As unemployment rates rise and more people lose their employee-sponsored health insurance, OPTIMUS strives to remain open to provide care for all, regardless of ability to pay.   

We would also like to recognize that this year has been especially challenging for those of you working on the front lines. We want to stress the need to ensure you are all taking care of yourselves and making time to prioritize your own wellness. Here are a few self-care resources we would like to share with you. Please take some time this week to enjoy:

Once again, thank you for all that you have done for OPTIMUS Health Care.

 

Enjoy this week!

OPTIMUS VIDEO LINKS

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Mt Aery Visit Part 1 https://www.facebook.com/AmericanViewProductions/videos/2939612692783921/

Mt. Aery Visit Part 2 https://www.facebook.com/optimushealthcare/videos/568997093674980/

Governor Visit at Mt. Aery https://www.facebook.com/optimushealthcare/videos/582441899367984/

Governor Visit Photo Album https://www.facebook.com/pg/optimushealthcare/photos/?tab=album&album_id=3203742966314226

Stamford Testing Site Intro 1 https://www.facebook.com/optimushealthcare/videos/287620442565134/

Stamford Testing Site Intro 2 https://www.facebook.com/optimushealthcare/videos/577242846282965/

 

COVID TESTING

Optimus Featured: As state struggles to reach COVID testing goals, churches throughout Bridgeport will offer coronavirus testing all summer

 

 Optimus Healthcare professionals conduct COVID-19 testing at Mount Aery Baptist Church Tuesday morning. (Brad Horrigan / Hartford Courant)

BRIDGEPORT — Churches throughout Bridgeport are planning to turn their parking lots into COVID-19 testing centers this summer under a new state initiative that aims to improve testing for some of the state’s most vulnerable residents.

click here to learn more

Park City Primary Care is PCMH Recognized!

Great news for our Quality Department and health center staff!

Effective September 6th, The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) sustained our Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition for Park City Primary Care!

Keep up the great work everyone!

OPTIMUS Park City Primary Care Recognition Dates: 09/06/2019 – 09/06/2020

    NCQA is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to assessing and reporting on the quality of managed care plans, managed behavioral healthcare organizations, preferred provider organizations, new health plans, physician organizations, credentials verification organizations, disease management programs and other health-related programs. NCQA’s mission is to improve the quality of health care. NCQA accredits and certifies a wide range of health care organizations and manages the evolution of HEDIS®, the performance measurement tool used by more than 90 percent of the nation’s health plans.

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