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Chase Brexton Launches COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

Published: 04/03/2020

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Fund will support patient care, establish telehealth capability.

Seeking to better meet patient needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chase Brexton Health Care has established a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund which will help the community health center maintain patient screening and testing efforts and build its telehealth capability.

Chase Brexton and community health centers are a critical component of the nation’s health care system, relieving pressure on hospital emergency rooms by providing screening, testing, and care for mild COVID-19 cases. At the same time, Chase Brexton continues to honor its decades-long commitment to welcoming, comprehensive health care by launching telehealth appointments to both primary care and behavioral health patients.

To make a donation to Chase Brexton’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, click here.

“Chase Brexton Health Care has a long history of quickly and expertly responding to health crises in our communities ,” said Alexa Milanytch, Director of Development for Chase Brexton. “Today is no different.  Our 400 employees are working tirelessly to modify our operations to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and to provide  patient care, and we welcome your support at this great time of need. ”

As Chase Brexton works with staff and local officials to meet needs around each of our centers in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Howard County and Talbot County, donations to the fund will be deployed in the areas of highest need.

To view tips from Chase Brexton providers on how to stay healthy, commonly asked questions about COVID-19, and managing stress and anxiety, please visit