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At Manet, our goal is to partner with our patients to ensure they receive top-notch primary care and health services close to home in a warm, caring environment – without barriers. Community health centers like Manet play a crucial role in lowering overall health care costs, generating economic opportunities in the communities we serve by providing jobs and training for local people, and most important, improving the health and well-being of our patients.

We’re proud to do this important work, but we can’t do it alone. We need thoughtful partners like you to join with us.

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Robert’s Story

Robert’s Story

Robert didn’t realize just how much he needed Manet when he first came in last year to seek treatment for a minor skin rash. But after talking with him, Dr. Justin Yang knew that Robert needed more than an ointment or salve, he needed help with his substance use disorder. With Dr. Yang's guidance, Robert agreed to enter detox and began his road to recovery. When asked if he realized at the time he had a substance use problem, Robert replies, “I just didn’t care.” Now, he is much more...

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Danielle’s Story

Danielle’s Story

MaryAnn Dakkak, MD, (left) Family Medicine/Obstetrics, and Danielle "I felt like I could breathe for the first time." Looking back, Danielle says that finding her way to Manet for her prenatal care “was the best thing that ever happened.” At the time, she was upset and afraid and didn’t know where to turn. Her excitement about her pregnancy had been tempered somewhat by an unpleasant experience with another provider and the knowledge that hers was a high-risk pregnancy. A friend recommended...

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It’s Thank you Thursday!

It’s Thank you Thursday!

Thank you to all of our supporters who answered our call on GivingTuesday! Your generosity has helped kick-off our year-end campaign and has put us on track for a strong 2020! Read on to learn how your support is changing lives!

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Will You Make Manet Part of Your Giving Story?

Will You Make Manet Part of Your Giving Story?

Manet will be joining the global generosity movement known as #GivingTuesday on December 3, 2019 by sharing our supporters' giving stories. Please consider making a donation and letting us know why you support Manet. We'll share your giving story on our social media channels and website on Giving Tuesday and throughout the holiday season. You can help us spread the spirit of giving by liking and sharing our social media posts and encouraging others to support Manet's mission. We look forward...

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Manet Celebrates 40 Years of Caring

Manet Celebrates 40 Years of Caring

Event raises $113K for health center programs and services Despite the stormy weather that prompted a last minute venue change, Manet Community Health Center celebrated its 40th anniversary with more than 250 guests, including patients, donors, vendors, elected officials and staff past and present, at Quincy High School on June 20 and raised more than $113,000 for the health center’s programs and services. Set to music and food spanning the decades by DJ Nicky D Cronin and Cypress Catering,...

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Introducing the MCHF Board Members

Introducing the MCHF Board Members

Joseph Reardon will serve as the chair of the MCHF Board. Reardon is the immediate past president of Manet’s Board of Directors and is Vice President at Keohane Funeral Homes. His fellow Foundation Board members include:OVE Eric Cohen, MD, gastroenterologist and board-certified internal medicine physician with offices in Quincy Sean Curry, local Quincy businessman, co-owner of Curry Hardware and co-founder of QMC's Marie A. Curry Fund, named for his mother Patricia...

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When someone is doing something well, you should tell them…

When someone is doing something well, you should tell them…

Often, it’s the little things that matter the most. That’s what Jim Sperguiro found when he and his wife were looking for a new doctor over a dozen years ago and, at the recommendation of a friend, found themselves at Manet Community Health Center’s Hull practice site.“My wife and I came in to meet the doctor and staff to see if it would be a good fit for us,” recalls the 69-year-old retired communications industry professional. “It was a couple of days before Halloween and Dr....

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When someone is doing something well, you should tell them…

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

Richard C. has endured a lot of struggles in his 33 years, starting in childhood with an unstable upbringing in the foster care system and continuing into adulthood with stints of homelessness and an addiction to opiates. Yet, Richard’s story is one of resilience and hope, and with the support of his care team at Manet's practice site in Taunton, he now has a chance at making a better life for himself and his two children.Richard began using opiates (Percocet) at age 20 following...

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When someone is doing something well, you should tell them…

Their trusted PCP for 20 years, Manet Gets Top Marks from this Weymouth Family

Quality, Consistency, Convenience Keep them Coming Back  For busy mom Lisa McCrosson, time is a prized commodity and with a full-time job and two active kids, convenience and consistency are top priorities when it comes to her family’s health care. McCrosson and her husband, Charles, have been patients at Manet since 1998 and now her whole family, including 16 year-old Charles and 12 year-old Sara (pictured above with their mom), sees Dr. Rob Shiner, a family medicine physician at...

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When someone is doing something well, you should tell them…

The Best Care for Patients of All Ages

Season of Thanks. Reasons for Giving. It's the time of year when we take stock of the people and things for which we are most thankful. For us at Manet, that means our wonderful and dedicated staff, our precious patients and our generous supporters new and old. During this season of thanks, we'd like to share with you stories of how your support helps us deliver care to those who need it. The Best Care for Patients of All Ages Whether your age is 0 or 106, Manet...

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In Their Own Words

Hear what Manet providers, staff and patients have to say about Manet’s unparalleled compassionate care.

Welcome to Manet Community Health Center

Luiz & Elizete

Dr. Shiner & Lea

Lily Yung, MD, and the Manet Adult medicine practice team were presented with The Barbara A. Morris Award for Distinguished Service for their commitment to Manet and the communities it serves. Patient Gwendolyn Franks explains why Dr. Yung and her team earned the honor.