Michigan Association of Health Plans

Molina Healthcare donates $10K towards COVID-19 testing


In the wake of COVID-19, Molina Healthcare of Michigan donated $10,000 to Oakland County-based nonprofit Honor Community Health.

The donation will provide COVID-19 testing to not only their high-risk patients but the community as a whole. Funds will also go towards making testing available to Honor Community Health’s medical staff to ensure safety and minimize exposure risk.

Dr. Nikhil Hemady, Honor Community Health chief medical officer, said, “The charitable contribution received from Molina Healthcare is greatly appreciated and shall be used for funding COVID-19 related patient-care activities at our locations.”

Honor Community Health (previously Oakland Integrated Healthcare Network) is a 501c3 community health center that provides comprehensive and integrated primary, behavioral health and dental care throughout Oakland County. Since receiving Federally Qualified Health Center designation in 2012, Honor Community Health has served more than 22,000 patients across 11 integrated primary care and dental sites throughout Oakland County.

For more information about Honor Community Health, visit honorcommunityhealth.org. For more information about Molina Healthcare of Michigan, visit molinahealthcare.com.

This article was originally featured by The Oakland Press, read more here.