Our 2017-2018 NHC Pittsburgh Health Corps

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Pittsburgh Named Most Livable City in the U.S...AGAIN!

"Pittsburgh has been named the “most livable city” six times since 2000 by The Economist, Forbes and Places Rated Almanac. It also has landed on more than 200 “best” lists including “40 Prettiest Cities in the World”.

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Our new members flying high at Camp Guysuta's rope course during our pre-service orientation!

2017-2018 SERVICE YEAR HAS BEGUN FOR NHC PITTSBURGH

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National Health Corps Pittsburgh Blog

"We have had many great training together as National Health Corps members, but one in particular really fostered our togetherness as a group as well as our connection with those we serve. Mario Browne, the director of the Office of Health Sciences Diversity at the University of Pittsburgh, was scheduled to talk about cultural competency and awareness. I anticipated his training to be straight-forward and lecture-style as that is how most training goes. I was pleasantly surprised when he sat down in the circle with us and became a part of our group."
Date of Publication: 11/15/2017
Author: Rebecca.Russell
by Dhruv Kohli "Our relationship with food is a particularly interesting but often confounding one. Food plays such a central role in our health, culture, and society, yet we distance ourselves from its production and preparation."
Date of Publication: 11/02/2017
Author: Rebecca.Russell
by Jack Hayes "As the patient navigator, I assisted the patient with making an appointment and printed out a map and a bus schedule. A few days later, the patient came back into Birmingham, and he excitedly ran up to me to reflect on his his experience at the Positive Clinic. He was ecstatic that a multidisciplinary group of providers was able to give him such holistic care. He began to express his happiness with his new care and his gratitude for the Birmingham Clinic for assisting him in the process."
Date of Publication: 10/26/2017
Author: Rebecca.Russell
by Shelby Davis On my first day of service, I was a little nervous to meet with my mentor. I had only met Julie once before and that was during my initial interview with Global Links. I was intimidated by her at first, and I was afraid that our personalities wouldn't mesh. Julie seemed to be on the extroverted side, and I am a shy person. But, I loved the mission of Global Links right from the beginning and I knew I wanted to be part of the organization. Unbeknownst to me, I would soon realize that first impressions aren’t everything. My mentor has become a great resource, colleague and friend. I am very excited for the journey that lies ahead. This year of service is going to be an amazing learning opportunity for me.
Date of Publication: 10/13/2017
Author: Rebecca.Russell
by Allie Hamilton I was running late on Tuesday, August 29th as I parked my car and ran from the parking garage to the Allegheny County Health Department building in my flip flops and dress clothes. Standing in front of the building’s steps, I took my heels out of my backpack and traded them out for the flip flops on my feet. Having just one minute to spare, I took a deep breath and walked into my first day of Pre Service Orientation (PSO) with the National Health Corps Pittsburgh.
Date of Publication: 10/10/2017
Author: Rebecca.Russell

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