In The News

bob casey 208/09/2018

We were pleased to host U.S. Senator Bob Casey at our Brentwood site on August 8th, for a panel discussion of pre-existing conditions and the importance of access to health insurance and health care.  A few days early, but a good way to launch National Health Center Week!

Click here for more information on National Health Center Week.






Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publishes an article focusing on what cuts to Medicaid funding could mean to the critical care being provided at FQHCs, focusing specifically on effects that could be seen at Squirrel Hill Health Center.


Pittsburgh Business Times names Squirrel Hill Health Center’s CEO, Susan Friedberg Kalson, one of this year’s Outstanding CEOs and Top Executives.


Pittsburgh City Council designated September 22, 2016 as “Squirrel Hill Health Center Day.” Click here to view the proclamation.


With the new grant money, Squirrel Hill Health Center plans on seeing an increase of patients. Read more here as featured in The Jewish Chronicle: SHHC’s new Brentwood site ‘means better health’ for area’s refugees


Read more about the funding for our new Brentwood clinic, as featured here in the Pittsburgh Business Times: Squirrel Hill Health Center to open Brentwood clinic


Thanks to the recent expansion of New Access Point grant money, Squirrel Hill Health Center will be opening a new clinic in Brentwood
Click here to listen and learn more about this exciting new venture in an interview with our CEO, Susan Friedberg Kalson.
Click here to see the other Pennsylvania recipients of the grant.


Upon receiving the a new federal grant, Squirrel Hill Health Center plans on promoting integrating behavioral health services. Read more about our plan from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette here: Squirrel Hill Health Center to use federal grant to expand services/stories

CEO Susan Friedberg Kalson writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about The Healthy PA plan and how it would effect Pennsylvanians, especially those at the Squirrel Hill Health Center.
Preserve community health care: The Healthy PA plan could endanger services for Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable citizens


Featured in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Squirrel Hill Health Center’s Dr. Gilboa talks about Breaking Down Barriers: For the deaf, a doctor who can Communicate


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Squirrel Hill Health Center CEO, Susan Kalson, and Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, at a recent round table discussion of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.