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Family Health Center CEO Lou Brady Honored by Mass Governor Maura Healey

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During a notable ceremony at the State House this Black History Month, Louis Brady, Chief Executive Officer of the Family Health Center of Worcester, was celebrated alongside other select leaders from the Black community for their outstanding contributions to the Commonwealth. The event, which took place on February 27th, was organized by Governor Healey’s Advisory Council on Black Empowerment and featured prominent state figures including Governor Healey and Lt. Governor Driscoll, who came together to recognize the significant efforts of these individuals and groups in enhancing community health and well-being.

Louis Brady and the Family Health Center of Worcester team were highlighted for their exceptional dedication to making healthcare accessible to all, focusing on underserved communities. Their achievements in breaking down healthcare access barriers have been crucial in ensuring thousands of individuals receive necessary medical care, regardless of financial circumstances.

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Reflecting on the recognition, CEO Louis Brady remarked, “This honor is not just for me but for the entire team at the Family Health Center of Worcester. It’s a testament to our collective commitment to health equity and our relentless pursuit of a future where healthcare is a right, not a privilege. We are deeply committed to this cause, and it’s incredibly rewarding to see our efforts recognized alongside the impactful work of other leaders within the Black community.”

This recognition event underscored the vital roles played by leaders within the Black community, like Louis Brady, in driving forward meaningful change and progress in health equity across Massachusetts. Governor Healey and Lt. Governor Driscoll both emphasized the significance of these contributions, not only as essential to the Commonwealth’s progress but also as a source of inspiration for future generations to continue the work of building a more equitable society.

The honor bestowed upon Lou Brady and his team, among other distinguished leaders, reflects a collective acknowledgment of their hard work, dedication, and the positive impact they have made. It serves as a powerful reminder of the ongoing journey towards health equity and the importance of recognizing and supporting those who lead the way in making a difference in the lives of community members across the Commonwealth. Amid the celebrations of Black History Month, this ceremony stood as a testament to the impactful efforts underway and the critical need for continued action in achieving widespread health equity and justice.


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Nic DiBella
Director of Marketing & Communications
Family Health Center of Worcester