Community Health Center adds two new board members

Otis M. Porter and Robert C. Anderson join non-profit's board

Community Health Center of Cape Cod is excited to welcome two new members to their Board of Directors: Otis M. Porter and Robert C. Anderson.

Otis M. Porter worked for Falmouth Public Schools as a History Teacher for more than 33 years. He also served on the Falmouth Police force in various capacities for 48 years. Mr. Porter received his B.A. and M.Ed. with a Concentration in History from Bridgewater State University. He earned a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in Policy, Planning and Administration from Boston University, and a CAGS in Educational Leadership from Fitchburg State University. Mr. Porter is the current President of The Scholarship Association of Falmouth and its former Treasurer. He served as a former President of The Falmouth Historical Society and The Falmouth Public Library Support Fund, Inc. He resides in Falmouth, Massachusetts with his wife Nancy H. Porter, who is the President of the Board of Trustees of Highfield Hall.

Robert C. Anderson worked as a Vice President and Legal Counsel for Rolls-Royce, North America in Walpole for 12 years. Prior to that, he served as Vice President/Deputy General Counsel for GenCorp Inc. and Vice President/General Counsel for Aerojet General Corp. Mr. Anderson earned his JD from Suffolk University Law School and his BS from Carnegie Mellon University. He resides in Mashpee, Massachusetts with his wife Lorraine.

Community Health Center of Cape Cod is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center that provides access to health care for adults and children with MassHealth, Commonwealth Care, Medicare, private insurance or no insurance at all.  Services include primary and preventive care, dental care, behavioral health, optometry, pharmacy and coordinated case management at locations Falmouth, Mashpee and Bourne.  Visit the Health Center online at www.chcofcapecod.org


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