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CEO Louis Brady Honored with Worcester Business Journal Power 100 Award 

Following Commendation from Governor Healey’s Office in February, Health Center President & CEO Honored Among 100 of City’s Top Business Leaders 

Family Health Center of Worcester today announced that Louis Brady has been recognized by the Worcester Business Journal (WBJ) with the prestigious Power 100 award. This award celebrates the most influential professionals in the Central Massachusetts economy and community, recognizing individuals who have made a significant impact in their field and beyond.

A group of 100 people standing on a stage at Worcester's Mechanics hall. They are in professional dress and are facing the camera, smiling.
Power 100 Class of 2024, Photo by Matt Wright

Louis Brady, president and CEO at Family Health Center of Worcester, has been instrumental in spearheading efforts to provide comprehensive health care services to a diverse patient base. Under his leadership, the center supports over 400 community health care professionals delivering compassionate, high-quality health services to more than 30,000 patients annually, cared for in 77 languages, reflecting the cultural richness and complexity of Worcester. 

Reacting to the accolade, Brady said, “I am deeply honored to receive the Worcester Business Journal Power 100 award. To be recognized among this group of my peers here in New England’s second largest city is heartening.  While this recognition bears my name, it truly belongs to the incredible team at Family Health Center of Worcester and the enduring legacy we are building together. Our collective efforts to ensure accessible and compassionate health care for everyone in our community is what truly powers our mission.” 

He further emphasized, “I am proud to support this team of dedicated community health care professionals who embody commitment and excellence in serving our community’s diverse needs. This award is a testament to their hard work, and it reinforces our resolve to continue making a meaningful difference in the lives of the people we serve.” 

Family Health Center of Worcester strives to set a standard for community health, reflecting a broad and inclusive approach to health care that addresses the needs of a diverse population. As the center looks to the future, Louis Brady’s leadership and the dedication of his team remain central to its mission of providing exceptional care to all segments of the Worcester community. 

About Family Health Center of Worcester 

Family Health Center of Worcester is a distinguished Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving the residents of Worcester. With a mission to improve the health and well-being of all residents, especially culturally diverse populations, the center provides affordable, integrated, and high-quality primary healthcare and social services, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Family Health Center of Worcester operates from its main site at 26 Queen Street and extends its care through seven school health centers in Worcester, MA. Additionally, Family Health Center of Worcester operates Worcester Health Care for the Homeless (WHCH) at 199 Chandler Street and administers the Women Infant Children (WIC) nutrition program at five sites in the Greater Worcester area.