National Health Corps Florida Blog

NFHC member, Han Lee, joined AmeriCorps to help be a solution to the issues faced by society when it comes to our healthcare system, but he wasn't expecting to create the bonds he has with some of his patients. Read his blog as Han shares an emotional story about an accidental opportunity that arose, which allowed him to connect further with a group of men he serves as well as grow personally and professionally.
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NFHC member, Katie Grand, reflects on her experience providing outreach to pregnant women in the Jacksonville community and how displaying flyers at local organizations, libraries, restaurants, and more helped increase the number of women's lives she is able to touch with her services. These women "want to have the healthiest baby that they possibly can," and Katie shares how she is helping to make that happen!
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Meet Sarah Clinton! She served as a Care Coordinator at the Medical Home for Homeless Children's Project during the 2007-2008 service term. Read how her experiences and opportunities with the NFHC not only shaped her career tradjectory and provided personal and professional development and perspectives, but also grow and learn more about herself from her fellow Corps members and the population she served!
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In accordance with the doctrine of Dr. Martin Luther King, the NFHC Service Project Committee (SPC) planned a day of unity and service in January to promote health and well-being in the Jacksonville community. SPC member, William, reflects on his experience coordinating the event with his fellow committee members and how this experience not only impacted the community, but himself and his committee as well. Read more about this growing experience here!
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NFHC AmeriCorps member, Maddy Spahr, learns firsthand the impact that AmeriCorps members have on the Jacksonville community and how each member is striving toward the same mission of increasing access to healthcare by creating a network of services that can be utilized by our underserved populations. Read this blog for an amazing story of two women's whose lives were touched by multiple AmeriCorps members!
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NFHC member, Maddy Spahr, discusses her role in addressing infant mortality in Jacksonville. In this blog, Maddy also shares how her role as an AmeriCorps member is expanding the capacity of the Healthy Start program and highlights some crucial organizational partnerships that help make the Healthy Start program a success for pregnant women. Read about the impact Maddy is having in our community!
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