DCHC President/CEO Wayne W. Bradley, Sr. and staff proudly welcomed Detroit Police Chief James Craig


DCHC President/CEO Wayne W. Bradley, Sr. and staff proudly welcomed Detroit Police Chief James Craig during the holiday season to receive gift certificates for community distribution. We believe in and support partnerships for progress!


‘Tis the Season to de-stress

by Wayne W. Bradley, Sr.

The holidays are here, ready or not. In addition to the sights and sounds, the season is also accompanied by added stress. While we deal with stress throughout the year, the holidays can be an added layer of emotional wrenching.  Life in general can be stressful—family, work, health and daily demands. […]

Minority Health Month  

by Wayne W. Bradley, Dr. President/CEO

April was National Minority Health Month, deemed so by the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities. BUT IT, LIKE BLACKHISTORY MONTH, SHOULD BE AN ALL-YEAR EFFORT!

Racial and […]

Congresswoman Lawrence visits DCHC to gauge impact and importance of ACA

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Michigan Representative for the 14th District, recently made a visit to Detroit Community Health Connection (DCHC) to learn first-hand from medical providers, staff, and patients the potential impact of a repeal or replacement of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it also known.

The Congresswoman met with DCHC president/CEO Wayne W. Bradley, […]

Let YOU top the list for 2017

by Wayne W. Bradley, Sr. President/CEO

Every New Year, we reevaluate what we did didn’t do the previous year and make a list of what we want to do for the incoming year. Interestingly, most goals center on personal performance and enhancements—eat better; be better, do better. But, a few months into the year, “WE” fall […]

Better Health is a Habit

by Wayne W. Bradley, Sr. President/CEO

Conversations and social media are heavy with conversation about wanting better health—giving up sweets, losing weight, and avoiding or getting rid of illnesses. Those things may seem daunting, but they are achievable with the simplicity of changing what we do and how we do it. Good health is a habit.

Avoiding […]