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Nicolas Mosaquites

May 21, 2024 Comments Off on Nicolas Mosaquites
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Nicolas Mosaquites leverages his financial background and experience to enhance financial literacy and access among Black and Hispanic-Latino communities.

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Bret Thompson

May 21, 2024 Comments Off on Bret Thompson
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Chef Bret Thompson translates his culinary passion into combating food insecurity and fostering community through nutrition.

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Dr. Michel Daher

May 21, 2024 Comments Off on Dr. Michel Daher
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Dr. Michel Daher is deeply committed to healthcare, applying his pharmacy expertise to improve outcomes for the underserved.

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Providing Compassionate Cancer Care

Apr 4, 2024 Comments Off on Providing Compassionate Cancer Care
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Daniel H Kim, MD, found his life’s calling in the quiet of a microbiology lab at the University of California, Berkeley. “I was a biochemistry and molecular biology major working in a microbiology lab with vials of yeast and bacteria, and my only human interactions were my lab mates,” Kim…

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Yanira Hurtado

Apr 4, 2024 Comments Off on Yanira Hurtado
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The air was tense in Dr. Faisal Khan’s office on Oct. 19, 2021, as Yanira Hurtado and her husband Joaquin awaited her biopsy results. Khan entered and pulled his stool close. He looked at Hurtado, shook his head, and said, “Yanira, it’s cancer.” The weight of his words matched the…

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Healthcare Workforce Development Program

Apr 4, 2024 Comments Off on Healthcare Workforce Development Program
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The Healthcare Workforce Development Program, established in 2006 through a $1 million grant from Bank of America, tackles the challenges of low educational attainment, limited English-language proficiency and high unemployment in the primarily Hispanic-Latino communities of East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and Montebello. The program offers high school and college…

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We Are Hope

Apr 4, 2024 Comments Off on We Are Hope
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We Are Hope, the annual Adventist Health White Memorial associate giving campaign, brought a season of renewed commitment and community spirit in 2023. It returned to full strength with in-person events, a first since COVID-19. The significance of associates investing back into our mission is incredibly powerful. It bolsters hospital…

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Homeless Health Navigation Program

Apr 4, 2024 Comments Off on Homeless Health Navigation Program
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Recognizing the intricate challenges faced by unhoused individuals — frequent emergency department visits, compounded by the volatility of homelessness and additional behavioral health and substance use issues — we introduced the Homeless Health Navigation Project (HHNP) in November 2020. With the support of UniHealth Foundation and Good Hope Medical Foundation,…

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Adventist Health White Memorial is at the forefront of addressing food insecurity in the communities of East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and Montebello, where the need is profound and persistent. According to a study published by the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences’ Public Exchange, 37% of low-income…

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Whitney Davis

Apr 1, 2024 Comments Off on Whitney Davis
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After Whitney Davis fell more than 10 feet from a stairwell, her arm was fractured, she was in excruciating pain and her spirit was nearly broken. But the compassionate care at Adventist Health White Memorial nurtured both back to health.

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