PRICHARD, Ala. (WALA) - The city of Prichard, in partnership with Franklin Primary Health Center, will host a community forum focused on educating the community on the new opportunities provided by the Affordable Care Act, on Monday, October 28 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
More importantly this forum will provide the citizens with information they need to be fully engaged in the benefits of this Act.
Mayor Troy Ephriam wanted to ensure this service was provided to the community that he serves. A panel of area health and human service providers will take part in the forum.
The forum will cover key components, requirements and opportunities under the Affordable Care Act, or health care reform and provide attendees an opportunity to ask questions of the panel members.
Mayor Troy Ephriam said, “The upcoming changes to our health care system will impact our residents and how they receive health care. This forum will be a tremendous opportunity for the community to obtain a stronger understanding on what happens next.”
The forum will be held at AJ Cooper Municipal Complex-Auditorium in Prichard, Ala.
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