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PureView Health Center.

PureView Health Center is getting a serious funding shot in the arm.

In a press release from U.S. Sen. Jon Tester's team, the Montana Democrat announced a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Community Health Center Fund.

PureView Health Center serves some 7,000 patients each year in and around Lewis and Clark County with dental care, family medicine, immunizations, wellness checks, HIV counseling and testing, diabetes and other chronic illnesses and mental health care.

Susan Good Giese, a Lewis and Clark County commissioner, said PureView is "doing some great work."

"It's just exploding," Giese said about the services PureView was offering to county residents, and she pointed to what she called "dynamic leadership" as part of the great work.

"It's wonderful news," Giese said. "We're grateful for the support."

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Crime and Health Reporter

Crime and health reporter for the Helena Independent Record.

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