Jefferson City, MO (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
The Community Health Center of Central Missouri has added two new dentists to its team of preventative and emergency care physicians. Dr. Tyler Slaughter joined the team in January, while Dr. Ashwini Bichu will join him in February.
Dr. Slaughter is practicing at CHCCMO’s Truman Clinic in Jefferson City on Wednesdays. Slaughter has a Bachelor of Science in fisheries and wildlife from the University of Missouri School of Natural Resources. He also has a doctoral degree in dental surgery from the University of Missouri School of Dentistry, Kansas City.
Dr. Bichu has a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Mumbai, as well as the New York University College of Dentistry. She is the newest dentist to join the CHCCMO team and will practice at the Fulton Clinic as well as the Truman Clinic in Jefferson City.
CHCCMO also recently received two grants to help them provide top-notch dental care for patients young and old in the Show Me State. CHCCMO received a $138,000 oral health grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health for dental equipment. They also received a $36,158 Outreach and Enrollment Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration for Health Insurance Marketplace, which is the new way to find and apply quality health coverage on the HealthCare.gov website.
Contact the CHCCMO for quality primary care services without worrying about the ability to pay. They have four clinics in Jefferson City, Linn, California and Fulton. Visit http://www.chccmo.org to find out more.
About the Company:
Established in 1995, the Community Health Center of Central Missouri strives to provide the primary healthcare needs of the residents of central Missouri. Since the establishment in 1995, CHCCMO has grown to include four locations: Jefferson City, Fulton, California and Linn. Community Health Center of Central Missouri offers preventative, functional, restorative and emergency dental care for patients of all ages. They believe in primary care for the whole family and every family.