This is part of Healthy Adams County’s 25-year anniversary monthly Gettysburg Times column special.

I have a bulletin board above my desk and each day it offers the opportunity to reflect on significant events in my professional life. Tucked in the upper left corner is my nametag from the ribbon cutting for Family First Health’s Gettysburg Center. On April 24, 2009, community members and supporters gathered to welcome our team to the community. Since that time, we have grown to provide a medical home for more than 3,500 individuals and families, providing over 15,000 medical, dental and behavioral health visits each year.

Jenny Englerth is president and chief executive officer of Family First Health.

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