The Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois received a $2.8-million Health Resources and Service Administration grant to launch the Change Agents to the Underserved: Service Education (CAUSE) project.
As part of the program the Community Health Care Clinic will receive one full-time RN Care Coordinator to help the Clinic provide patients the care they need to avoid hospital readmissions and improve their health. This position will also be a leader in teaching the next generation of nurse care managers under new curriculum at MCN.
The Clinic is honored to be included in this project to increase preventative care in McLean County and beyond. Learn more about CAUSE and the HRSA grant on Illinois State University’s news page.