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Alexander
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PA
USA

I was early in my medical schooling when I first heard of MCN. Access for underserved populations is a societal and cultural strength! I support MCN’s core mission.

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Robert
CA

Dr. Moore is a graduate of the University of California at San Francisco’s School of Medicine. He has a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University in New York City. Dr. Moore completed his Family Medicine Residency Program at Ventura County Medical Center in Ventura, California in 1995. His clinical interests include: Pediatrics (including immunizations, childhood obesity and oral health), Women’s Health, Diabetes, and Public Health (including Tuberculosis). His administrative interests center on quality improvement, education of students in the health professions, and use of information technology in health care. Dr. Moore served as Medical Director of Clinic Ole for 14 years. He is now Chief Medical Officer at Partnership HealthPlan but continues to see patients at the Clinic on a limited basis.

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Kristine
NE

Kristine McVea, M.D., MPH, has dedicated her work as a physician and public health educator to help those most underserved by health care in America - the uninsured, the working poor, the homeless, minorities and immigrants -- many of whom don't speak English.

Since she became medical director of OneWorld Community Health Center (formerly the Indian-Chicano Health Center) in 1997, Dr. McVea has treated thousands of patients as a doctor of internal medicine and pediatrics. She is known for her tireless follow-up to be sure patients get quality medical care. Each year, OneWorld serves more than 8,000 patients, in more than 27,000 personal contacts.

Dr. McVea is associate professor in UNMC's Department of Family Medicine where she is very involved in cross-cultural training of health professional students. Dr. McVea helped establish an "urban underserved and international health" training track for family medicine residents. Its purpose is to attract bi-lingual physicians to the community and involve them in practice with the medically underserved. She also teaches medical students how to work with interpreters and understand the complexities of cross-cultural care. A variety of health professional students rotate through OneWorld to learn first hand about cross-cultural health issues.

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Frank
CA
USA

I graduated from Santa Clara University in Biology, University of California, San Francisco in Medicine. My residency training was in Redding, California, in Family Medicine. I have practiced in multiple Community Health Centers as well as Solo Practice, and currently work at Clinica Sierra Vista, an FQHC in Bakersfield California. I am also certified as an HIV Specialist, and provide the medical care for CSV's HIV and Infectious Disease Clinic, along with duties as Associate Medical Director.

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Rosemary
DC

Rosemary Sokas, MD, brings a background of clinical practice in underserved communities and science and policy work in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to participatory research and educational programs engaging workers, community members, practitioners, and students in medicine, public health, nursing, and community peer education. Her research focuses on occupational and environmental health among high-risk, low-wage vulnerable populations. Her publications address the role primary care providers play in addressing the prevention needs of underserved working populations, and etiologic and intervention studies targeting hazards faced by construction workers, health care workers, immigrant day laborers, and home care workers, including the impact of contingent work and the need for supply chain and other policy interventions. Her interests include transdisciplinary collaboration and mixed-method approaches to addressing social justice concerns in the workplace and in the community.

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Michael
Ca

Interested in agricultural health and safety issues since residency training in Salinas California; currently working as a consultant to California EPA, Department of Pesticide Regulation and frequently deal with health and safety issues affecting migrants.

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Marsha
MD
TX

I am a NHSC Scholarship recipient, and have worked at a CHC for over 20 years.

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Bruce
MD
CT

Dr. Gould is a long-time advocate for public health, primary care and preventative medicine, Gould also is AHEC director, medical director of Hartford’s Department of Health and Human Services, and medical director of the Burgdorf Health Center, a community clinic serving the underserved population in Hartford’s north end in collaboration with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center. He also is the founder of and an adviser to the Mobile Free Migrant Farmworker Clinic, which has served Connecticut’s migrant farm worker population since 1998. Dr. Gould is involved in the development and delivery of the medical school’s quality improvement and patient safety curriculum and its nutrition curriculum. He helped establish UConn’s Urban Service Track, a special mentorship program designed to produce doctors, dentists, nurses and pharmacists committed to serving Connecticut’s urban underserved populations, and the Youth Health Services Corps, a nationally recognized recruitment program that trains and places high school students as volunteers in various health care agencies.

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MOLOTSI
DR

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CONSULTANT PHYSICIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH LESOTHO IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MINISTRY IN PROVIDING TREATMENT OF COMMUNICABLE AND NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES. PRIVATE SECTOR COORDINATION WITH THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH.
BSc(LESOTHO); BMEdSci:MBBS(Australia)MRCP(UK)FRCP(Glasgow)

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