Public Finance Authority Closes on ReGenesis Health Project to Help Increase Access to Medical, Behavioral and Dental Healthcare

The Public Finance Authority (“PFA”) recently closed on the ReGenesis Health Care (RHC) project, helping increase the capacity of ReGenesis and provide additional healthcare services to community members of Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union counties in South Carolina. RHC’s primary mission is “improving quality of life by providing patient-centered affordable and accessible health care in partnership with communities we serve.”

According to GSA Business Report, ReGenesis Health Care was named 2023 South Carolina Health Center of the Year by the South Carolina Primary Health Care Association for its exceptional growth, commitment to health equity and health outcomes, and innovative healthcare practices, displaying its unwavering dedication to serving its community and improving healthcare outcomes.

“The ReGenesis Health Care project is an outstanding example of the public benefit projects that receive financing assistance from PFA,” said Mark O’Connell, president and CEO of Wisconsin Counties Association, a founding sponsor organization of PFA. “This financing assistance helps support Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union counties, in providing essential healthcare for their residents, without any risk to taxpayers.”

PFA was established By Local Government, For Local Government ™, to provide a means to efficiently and reliably finance projects, much like this ReGenesis Health Care project, on behalf of local governments in Wisconsin and throughout the country. PFA’s projects provide public benefits without any risk to the taxpayer.


PFA was established By Local Government, For Local Government ™, in order to provide local governments and eligible private entities nationwide with access to low-cost, tax-exempt and other financing for projects that are important to the community and contain no risk to the taxpayer. PFA is jointly sponsored by the National Association of Counties, National League of Cities, Wisconsin Counties Association and League of Wisconsin Municipalities.

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