Matsui, McCarty to celebrate opening of new school-based clinic
WellSpace Health facility at Hiram Johnson is first of its kind in Sacramento City Unified

Press release

March 10, 2015 (Sacramento):  Congresswoman Doris Matsui will join state Assemblyman Kevin McCarty and other elected officials on Thursday (March 12) at an official ribbon-cutting for the new WellSpace Community Health Center at Hiram Johnson High School.

The Community Health Center – the first of its kind in the Sacramento City Unified School District – will serve students and the neighborhood. The space includes examinations room for wellness checkups and dental exams to be provided by WellSpace Health staff. The Health Center is funded through a federal grant secured with the help of Congresswoman Matsui, who will open the center with the help of Assemblyman McCarty, Sacramento City Councilman Jay Schenirer and SCUSD Board of Education Member Ellen Cochrane.

WHAT: Ribbon-cutting for WellSpace Health Community Health Center at Hiram Johnson
WHEN:  10 a.m. on Thursday, March 12
WHERE:  Hiram Johnson High School, 6879 14th Ave., Sacramento, CA 95820

WHO:  Congresswoman Matsui, Assemblyman McCarty, City Councilman Jay Schenirer, SCUSD Board Member Ellen Cochrane and SCUSD Superintendent José L. Banda