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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

American Diabetes Association (ADA) 

  • ADA Leadership: Anne Dennis, Director of Mission Delivery
  • Health Fair Host
    • Host an ADA information table at a community event or health fair
    • Duties include but not limited to distributing diabetes information to the general public at the fair
    • Examples health fairs around the valley:
      • Alpha Kappa Alpha Youth Summit and Health Fair
      • Free Diabetes Health Fair
      • Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Health Fair
      • Sun Health Grand Opening Health Fair
      • Health Care and Nurse Expo

ACT Kids Health Fair

  • Program Overview:
    • ACT is an organization committed to improving the health and education readiness of low-income children by providing comprehensive health screening and immunizations through this annual health fair. ACT serves at-risk children that lack the medical clearances necessary to attend elementary school. On average, the ACT health fair screens about 700 – 1000 children annually who are mostly school aged.  
    • As medical student volunteers, you will be working side by side with the pediatricians and pediatric residents at the event. You may also be asked to assist and guide families through the health fair, etc. Ultimately, whatever help you can provide will be greatly appreciated by the children and their families! 


HopeFest

  • Program Overview
    • UACOM-Phoenix and CityServe began a partnership in 2012, allowing our students and faculty to participate in the largest direct-services event in Maricopa County - HopeFest Phoenix. 
    • Each year, faculty and students perform physical exams and offer medical care to hundreds of our uninsured, underinsured and underserved community members. 
    • Most importantly, we connect these patients with community clinics that have resources to facilitate long-term solutions to healthcare needs, promote independence, and provide a stable medical home.


Path to Wellness (Arizona Living Well Institute and National Kidney Foundation of Arizona)

  • Program Overview: 
    • Path to Wellness is a free community health screening program provided by the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona in collaboration with the Cardio Renal Society of America and other local health organizations.  Screenings are held throughout the state of Arizona on a sponsored basis, and are open to the public.
    • Path to Wellness screenings provide free blood and urine testing, which is evaluated onsite is using point-of-care testing devices to assess for the risk of diabetes, heart and kidney diseases. Those screened are also presented with chronic disease management education, an overall health assessment (weight, blood pressure, etc.) and a one-on-one consultation with a physician. Enrollment opportunities are offered for a follow-up 6-week series of Healthy Living workshops that teach chronic disease self-management skills.

Program Leadership

CHIP Leaders: 

Fawsia Osman, MS2 (fawsiaosman@email.arizona.edu)

George Nguyen, MS2 (gnguyen94@email.arizona.edu)

Bibi Eghtedari, MS2 (beghtedari@email.arizona.edu)