Gospel Music According To Fred Hammond

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Gospel Night is part of the ongoing Martin Luther King Concert Series hosted by Borough President Marty Markowitz and sponsored by Health Plus, the managed care organization. The series provides the community with performances by top-tier performers for free.

R&B, funk, and gospel acts will perform on the stage at Wingate Field in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn every Monday, throughout the summer, closing on August 23rd with the three divas of En Vogue performing their silky soulful hits.

“Health Plus, as always, is proud to show its commitment to Brooklyn by sponsoring the Martin Luther King Jr. concert series,� says Tom Early, Chief Marketing Officer of the Brooklyn-based HMO, Health Plus. “This gospel concert, in particular, does a great deal to strengthen and encourage the community.�

Health Plus, a not-for-profit, multi-cultural organization, is one of the fastest growing managed care organizations in New York City. It was established in 1984 with a commitment to provide coordinated quality healthcare and improving access to healthcare for uninsured and underserved families. In its annual review of managed care plans, the New York State Department of Health ranked Health Plus as the top plan for quality in its 2002 and 2003 “Consumer’s Guide to Medicaid Managed Care in New York City.�

Health Plus is New York City’s leading provider of Child Health Plus, a New York State Department of Health program that offers parents FREE or affordable health insurance for children under the age of 19. “CRAIN’S New York Business� magazine ranked Health Plus the fifth largest among health maintenance organizations in the New York area.

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