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Anita Ravi MD

National Health Center Week Recap: Meet our #InstituteInnovators

Last week we celebrated National Health Center Week by showcasing our #InstituteInnovators. The theme for the week was “Celebrating America’s Health Centers: Innovators in Community Health.” At the Institute, our innovators are working tirelessly to meet the growing needs of our communities. So, each day  of National Health Center Week, we showcased a different “Institute …read more

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Dr. Virna Little, President of the Board for ACU, to Open 2016 Conference

New York, NY (August 1, 2016) — The Institute for Family Health’s Dr. Virna Little, in her new role as president of the Board of Directors, will welcome the membership of the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) at their upcoming annual conference. ACU is a nonprofit organization comprising clinicians, advocates, and healthcare organizations …read more

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Notes from the Field: Lending a Helping hand to the African Diaspora

Dr. Demetri Blanas is an alum of the  Harlem Residency in Family Medicine program. He graduated last month with the class of 2016.  As part of his residency training, Dr. Blanas assisted local nonprofit, African Services Committee(ASC), with health-related initiatives. (Photo: Dr. Demetri Blanas) African Services Committee(ASC) is a non-profit organization that provides legal, nutritional, case management, and housing services to …read more

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Institute Harlem Residency Grads Continue Service to Underserved Communities

  Last month, members of our Harlem Residency in Family Medicine class of 2016 graduated and are now taking next steps in their family medicine careers. Many of the graduates will continue to practice family medicine in medically underserved communities. Seven members of the class of 2016 will continue working in community health centers: Dr. Amalia Dorelien  – …read more

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Anita Ravi MD

National Health Center Week Recap: Meet our #InstituteInnovators

August 18, 2016

Last week we celebrated National Health Center Week by showcasing our #InstituteInnovators. The theme for the week was “Celebrating America’s Health Centers: Innovators in Community Health.” At the Institute, our innovators are working tirelessly...

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Notes from the Field: Lending a Helping hand to the African Diaspora

July 29, 2016

Dr. Demetri Blanas is an alum of the  Harlem Residency in Family Medicine program. He graduated last month with the class of 2016.  As part of his residency training, Dr. Blanas assisted local nonprofit, African Services Committee(ASC), with health-related initiatives....

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Institute Harlem Residency Grads Continue Service to Underserved Communities

July 19, 2016

  Last month, members of our Harlem Residency in Family Medicine class of 2016 graduated and are now taking next steps in their family medicine careers. Many of the graduates will continue to practice family medicine...