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Community Service Award 2011: Pam Luna

McFarland Clinic’s Trusted Choice Community Service Award is given to an individual who impacts and influences his or her community through volunteer service. The 2011 recipient of this award is Pam Luna, a registered nurse in oncology and hematology. Pam was chosen from three nominees to represent our philanthropic McFarland staff members and was nominated… Read More »

50th Anniversary – Medicare & Medicaid Event: 50 Years, Millions Of Healthier Lives

WELCOME Everyone. Welcome TO THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF MEDICARE AND MEDICARE PROGRAMS. AND FOR MANY OF YOU WHO MAY FEEL LIKE THE 50TH CELEBRATION YOU’VE ATTENDED THIS WEEK. HERE IS WHAT WE’RE CELEBRATING. MORE THAN A GENERATION OF SENIORS WHO WITH THE MEDICAL CARE THEY NEEDED WITHOUT DEPLETING THEIR LIFE SAVINGS. PEOPLE LIVING WITH… Read More »

Mary’s Story Working in the Healthcare Industry | Alaska @ Work

Coming from a dropout, a high school dropout, no education, no real job, coming straight out of active addiction and then to this new life of recovery. When I finally found H POG I noticed the medical office assistant training as an option. My immediate thoughts were that would be a great opportunity for me… Read More »

The Catholic Church, Behavioral Health, Honoring Treaties | August 24, 2018 Episode Preview

>>FUNDING FOR NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS PROVIDED BY THE MCCUNE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND VIEWERS LIKE YOU.>>THIS WEEK ON NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, WHY TREATIES SIGNED BETWEEN TRIBES AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STILL MATTER TODAY.>>EVERY TIME THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TRAMPLES ON TREATY RIGHTS, THEY ARE ALSO TRAMPLING ON THE CONSTITUTION BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT UPHOLDING… Read More »

What Does Catholic Healthcare Look Like?

Today, one in every six patients in the U.S. receives care at a Catholic hospital. More and more hospitals across the country are affiliated with the Catholic health system, but patients don’t always know what that means. Well, most of the hospitals are nonprofit corporations, so they benefit from public funding, like state and federal… Read More »

50th Anniversary – Medicare & Medicaid Event: 50 Years, Millions Of Healthier Lives

WELCOME Everyone. Welcome TO THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF MEDICARE AND MEDICARE PROGRAMS. AND FOR MANY OF YOU WHO MAY FEEL LIKE THE 50TH CELEBRATION YOU’VE ATTENDED THIS WEEK. HERE IS WHAT WE’RE CELEBRATING. MORE THAN A GENERATION OF SENIORS WHO WITH THE MEDICAL CARE THEY NEEDED WITHOUT DEPLETING THEIR LIFE SAVINGS. PEOPLE LIVING WITH… Read More »

Catholic Medical Center – Primary Care

♪ I needed to find a place where I felt that I could give the care to my patients that they deserved, and that drew us to CMC. CMC has a total of ten primary care offices. The strength of the practices being part of the hospital is that you have the advantage that we… Read More »

President Obama Holds Online Town Hall on Health Reform

(applause) Governor Kaine: Thank you — thank you and good afternoon. It’s a treat to welcome everyone here to Northern Virginia Community College, the second largest community college in the United States. And — (cheering and applause) And the largest trainer of health care workforce professionals in the Washington-Metropolitan area. I want to thank Bob… Read More »

Health Care Across Borders

[GUITAR STRUM] In southwestern Arizona, where the Colorado River crosses the international border into Mexico, there are two communities which are separated by the border wall, San Luis Rio Colorado in Mexico and San Luis, Arizona. In addition to having close ties and a shared history, these two cities share something else in common, a… Read More »