Community Partners

 

Baptist Memorial Health Care (BMHC)
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Baptist Memorial Health Care (BMHC)

The Baptist Memorial Health Care organization has come a long way since its modest beginnings in 1912. Starting as only a 100-bed hospital, Baptist has transformed into a health system with 21 hospitals and numerous clinics, physician practices and other facilities throughout the Mid-South. Our growth is a testament to our vision to be the provider of choice, as well as the commitment from our leaders, staff and physicians.

C.E. McGruder Family Resource Center
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C.E. McGruder Family Resource Center

Florida Community Health Worker Coalition, Inc.
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Florida Community Health Worker Coalition, Inc.

The Florida Community Health Worker Coalition (FCHWC), Inc will coordinate a multi-platform education and dissemination activities to provide a structured training program for Community Health Workers in precision medicine and genomics. This specialized training with a 90-minutes curriculum will be conducted in both English and Spanish, and across the six Florida regions.Florida Community Health Worker Coalition, Inc.

Home Community Partners The Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center The Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center
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Home Community Partners The Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center The Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center

The Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center will develop and implement a series of Community Outreach Educational events on precision medicine topics targeting community members and allied health professionals.

Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center
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Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center

Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center’s (WCHC) primary facility is in Nashville, and it has satellite locations in Clarksville and Smyrna. Each location provides multiple areas of service to the community it aids. The members of Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center work each day to serve the residents of Middle Tennessee as patients and citizens. It opens its doors providing aid and support to those who desire to improve their health and themselves. MWCHC continues to preserve the legacy of Dr. Matthew Walker and the work he offered in his lifelong commitment to wellness and service, serving as many citizens as it can one day at a time.

Nashville Latino Health Coalition (NLHC)
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Nashville Latino Health Coalition (NLHC)

The Nashville Latino Health Coalition (NLHC) is a collaboration among members of the grassroots Hispanic community and public health, healthcare, non-profit, academic and other organizations, who all share the common goal of improving the health of the Nashville Hispanic community. NLHC was founded in November 2005.

OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium
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OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium

The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium formed in 2013 to create an enduring research infrastructure that will allow Florida-based researchers, clinicians, patients and stakeholders to join forces across the state and with national collaborators to address some of Florida’s biggest health challenges. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami, the three universities’ affiliated health systems and practices, and the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, which oversees the Florida Medicaid Program.

Progreso Community Center/Nashville Latino Health Coalition
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Progreso Community Center/Nashville Latino Health Coalition

The Progreso Community Center/Nashville Latino Health Coalition will conduct preliminary work via focus groups for a future community engaged research study to test patient educational materials about precision medicine for Hispanic patients at community forums and individual interviews.

Southeast Health Equity Council, National Partnership for Action
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Southeast Health Equity Council, National Partnership for Action

Southeast Health Equity Council (SHEC) purpose is to build collaboration and partnerships to achieve health equity in the Southeast region of the U.S.

National Partnership for Action (NPA) was established to mobilize a nationwide, comprehensive, community-driven, and sustained approach to combating health disparities and to move the nation toward achieving health equity. The activities of the NPA embody the principles of community-driven, cross-sector and partnership-based approaches, and promote a social-determinants of health approach for understanding the issues and defining the solutions.