“We take pride in providing some continuity of services and improving access to care and coordinated care,” Teegala said.
The money will be used to improve the quality of services, Teegala said.
“There is always work to do,” Teegala said. “There is never enough done. … Trying to put it back into care coordination is our goal this year.”
Rocking Horse, which opened in 1999, has 140 employees at four locations in Clark County and Madison County, including offices at Keifer Academy and the Mulberry Terrace apartment complex.
In 2013, the organization completed an $8 million expansion at its facility near downtown Springfield. The Rocking Horse Center serves more than 12,000 patients annually and provided about 51,000 doctor visits last year.