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NACHC honors Dr. Ted Wendel

September 16, 2019
Posted In: Uncategorized, University Headlines

Ted Wendel, PhD, A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) senior vice president of strategic initiatives and planning, was recognized Aug. 18, 2019, by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) during the organization’s 2019 Community Health Institute and Expo in Chicago, Illinois.

At an ATSU-sponsored reception for students, faculty, staff, and friends, Ron Yee, chief medical officer, NACHC, surprised Dr. Wendel by presenting him with an engraved award and thanked him for his outstanding contributions in preparing healers for underserved communities and the national safety net of community health centers.

“I am proud to work with the people at NACHC and be involved in their mission to care for almost thirty million people who have limited access to healthcare,” said Dr. Wendel.

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