Monthly Archives: January 2012

Saliva HIV Test As Effective As Blood Test: Study Shows

Despite advances in the treatment of HIV, one huge challenge still lingers in the medical community: getting people tested in the first place. The stigma associated with being tested and potentially exposed in a public clinic has prompted scientists at … Continue reading

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Birthing While Black: This African American Mom’s Experience Was Anything But VIP

This article was originally posted @ mybrownbaby.com.  You can see the original post here.   There are a ton of things I’ll never forget about the first time I gave birth—showing up with a Donny Hathaway CD in one hand, … Continue reading

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Jamaica Elected Officials Struggle to Maintain Residents’ Best Interests While Battling Baseless Media Attacks

Congressman Gregory Meeks Targeted in Unfounded Claims by Media Sources Seeking to Draw His Attention from Pressing Community Matters – an Op-Ed by Dr. Robert Evans While all elected officials struggle with accusations by media sources, those in Jamaica Queens … Continue reading

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Seeking a Cure for Troubled Hospitals in Brooklyn

“Who is Advocating for Our Hospitals in Queens While Brooklyn Regroups?” With the financial distress hospitals are presently facing, whether it’s from mismanagement, servicing large populations of un-insured or Medicaid and Medicare budget cuts; the governor is backing a new model … Continue reading

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Huntley Authors Bill That Requires Healthcare Transparency

Hospital Closure Act One of The Most Important Healthcare Laws Ever Passed The impact of a hospital closing in a community has an immeasurable adverse affect on the population at large. This is especially evident in communities where healthcare disparities already exist, … Continue reading

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Is There a Medical Divide in How the Wealthy Receive Medical Treatment in NYC ?

This past Friday the NY Times took an in-depth look at medical care choices for the wealthy. Click here for the full article

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CWCOA Establishes Community Healthcare Oversight Committee

Dr. Robert Evans, CEO and President of Community Wellness Centers of America, LLC (CWCOA) announced today the formation of a “Community Healthcare Oversight Committee”. The Community Healthcare Oversight Committee will reflect the organizations commitment and mission to identify health improvements … Continue reading

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Community Wellness Centers of America Follows the “Ideas” of “Deas”

It is no secret that Dr. Robert Evans formed the bases of his healthcare delivery model after the medical philosophy of Dr. Gerald Deas. Dr. Deas’s philosophy incorporated the development of state-of-the-art health programs and services to improve health outcomes … Continue reading

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CWCOA Appoints Douglas Colon as CICO

Community Wellness Centers of America, LLC (CWCOA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Douglas J. Colon as corporate Chief Investigator and Compliance Officer responsible for conducting comprehensive reviews on all companies associated with, or contemplating conducting business with … Continue reading

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Community Wellness Centers of America Goes to Church

Phase 2 of the “Prescription of Change” Dr. Robert Evans (CEO of Community Wellness Centers of America, LLC) has reached out to Reverend Dr. Edward Davis to formulate a strategic partnership to combat the healthcare crisis in Jamaica Queens, N.Y. … Continue reading

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