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  • Application Checklist - GE-NMF Global Health Fellows Program - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    Global Health Fellows Program Application Checklist GE NMF Global health fe llows Program Application Checklist The application requires submission on the online application form Please complete the entire form and include all uploads and attachments as required You must submit information in all required fields or your application will not be eligible You will be required to upload the following documents Verification of US Citizenship Acceptable forms of proof include one of the following a US birth certificate valid US passport USCIS certificate of naturalization voter s registration card accompanied by a government issued picture ID Student Aid Report SAR This form comes directly from US Department of Education https fafsa ed gov Financial Aid Transcript Please click here to download form Official letter of financial aid award offer Documentation of loan history CURRENT AND UNDERGRADUATE from the National Student Loan Data System www nslds ed gov Two 2 personal statements Personal Statement 1 Discuss your personal and professional motivation for a medical career and goals over the next ten years and your commitment to primary care and public or international health specialty Emphasize significant persons and or events that have influenced your decision Personal Statement 2 Discuss experiences that prepared you to work for an underserved community challenges you have overcome and unique perspectives or skills you bring to practicing medicine in an underserved community 500 1 000 words Curriculum vitae Brief Biosketch 200 words A sample of the biosketch is provided here Current medical school transcript Two recommendation letters One recommendation letter should be sent from a dean faculty member or chief administrative officer from your academic institution The second recommendation letter should be sent from a community leader or volunteer supervisor If a community leader or volunteer supervisor is unavailable a second letter from a dean faculty

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  • About PCLP - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    California Community Service Learning Program GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program GE NMF Global Health Fellows Program United Health Foundation NMF Diverse Medical Scholars Program Career Center Support NMF Donate Now Planned Giving Home Programs GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program PCLP About the Program Ge NMF Primary Care Leadership Program About the Program This innovative service learning program provides students with an opportunity to examine the challenges and rewards of primary care practice at community health centers across the United States History Learn more about the history of PCLP National Advisory Committee Distinguished individuals and leaders in their fields comprise the National Advisory Committee NAC Learn more about the NAC members City Placements In 2015 PCLP is partnering with 23 community health centers in eleven cities across the US Learn more about our site partners Meet Our Scholars PCLP Scholars demonstrate outstanding achievement in academics leadership and distinguished contributions to medicine Learn more about our 2015 PCLP Scholar cohort Quick links Program Homepage About the Program Eligibility Selection Program Requirements Online Application Application Checklist History National Advisory Committee PCLP Scholars City Placements Atlanta GA Boston Lynn MA Chicago IL Houston TX Los Angeles CA Miami FL Mound Bayou MS

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  • PCLP Scholars - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    the Southside of Chicago He helps provide basic healthcare services and education to underserved communities to promote healthier lifestyles He hopes to become a global leader in healthcare by integrating his interest in cultural diversity with his medical education Kaylah Ibidapo University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine PCLP Site St John s Well Child Family Center Kaylah Ibidapo is passionate about healthcare community service fitness and health promotion for youth She has worked abroad in Thailand to conduct community health research on the association between high STD and pregnancy rates and lack of sex education amongst Asian adolescents She founded a running club to engage young women interested in healthy lifestyles and fitness She is currently involved in community service and mentoring programs around Atlanta and hopes to pursue a project promoting health among inner city youth Brittany Jones Linares Morehouse School of Medicine PCLP Site St John s Well Child Family Center A first year medical student Brittany Jones Linares is committed to bridging socioeconomic linguistic and geographical disparities that contribute to the vast difference in healthcare access in communities Brittany is currently working on a project to provide sustainable physical and social health classes to sex workers in the greater Los Angeles area She worked as a surgical assistant and stem cell research co investigator and she hopes to extend cutting edge medical research to underserved communities Stephanie Joseph University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio PCLP Site AltaMed Health Services Corporation A second year medical student Stephanie Joseph is committed to working with underserved communities to eliminate health disparities As an undergraduate she tutored refugee children in Nashville tutored local middle school classes and became a certified CPR instructor As a medical student Stephanie has developed and facilitated a sexual health program for the youth of Atascosa County She plans to continue to use her social skills passion for others and scientific curiosity to improve community health Cherryl Matias University of Southern California PCLP Site AltaMed Health Services Corporation Cherryl Matias has a diverse background working with the medically marginalized During her undergraduate career she became involved with a student run free health clinic in downtown San Francisco Her 5 year service as a health coach member of the Board of Directors and youth mentor helped her discover her passion for community medicine and patient advocacy Cherryl also participated in a surgical medical mission in the Philippines Cherryl remains active in the community as a tutor to underprivileged students Joshua Ononuju Eastern Virginia Medical School PCLP Site AltaMed Health Services Corporation Joshua Ononuju a first year medical student is dedicated to advocating for the health of community members As a pharmacist he gained valuable experience working in a variety of clinical and leadership positions in underserved and rural communities Currently he volunteers at a local underserved elementary school in Norfolk VA mentoring second and third graders in reading and writing Natasha Patel Mercer University School of Medicine PCLP Site Eisner Pediatric Family Medical Center A first year medical student Natasha Patel has been committed to supporting underserved populations and empowering women s health She has tutored and encouraged women to pursue independent empowering careers She has helped teach skills to women in West African villages that would help them obtain a stable income She has also led a student organization that coordinated local organizations to further women s causes Natalie Reyes University of Illinois College of Medicine PCLP Site Watts Healthcare Corporation A first year medical student Natalie Reyes is committed to becoming a culturally competent physician working in primary care to improve healthcare for traditionally underserved populations Experiencing what it s like to be part of an immigrant family Natalie is interested in working with the Latino population and has worked at an annual health fair for the local Hispanic population in Champaign County providing free health screenings and health education Natalie is dedicated to inspiring young Latino students to become interested in the sciences and medical field She aspires to help narrow the gap in health disparities faced by minority populations in the United States Isabelle Sanchez University of Illinois College of Medicine PCLP Site Eisner Pediatric Family Medical Center Isabelle Sanchez a first year medical student has consistently exemplified a commitment to underserved populations domestically and internationally enhancing contextual care through improving access while establishing lasting rapport She has worked as a liaison between doctors and patients to manage chronic diseases in West Los Angeles She has worked in Thailand the Honduras and Kenya to further global health In Kenya she conducted influenza surveillance in rural hospitals SchMiyah Smith Florida State University College of Medicine PCLP Site AltaMed Health Services Corporation SchMiyah Smith is a first year medical student at Florida State University College of Medicine Her work as a disability adjudicator has helped her understand the importance of access to patient centered medical care She is also passionate about diversity in medicine and as an undergraduate she co founded a group to guide pre health students to experiences that would cultivate their knowledge of and dedication to careers in medicine Javier Sotelo Jr Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California PCLP Site Watts Healthcare Corporation A first year medical student Javier Sotelo Jr is committed to bridging healthcare access to underserved populations As an undergraduate he was involved with community clinics and organizations that provided health services to underserved populations in Los Angeles and abroad His involvement with underserved populations in Mexico and Ecuador increased his interest in global health and inspired him to obtain a Master s Degree in Global Medicine Cristina Villalpando University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine PCLP Site AltaMed Health Services Corporation Cristina Villalpando is currently a first year medical student at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine After completing her undergraduate studies she worked as the coordinator for a summer urban health fellowship that worked directly with the communities of Garden and Wilmington to provide various healthcare services such as health education classes and health fairs each summer She also implemented a diabetes support group in the community Back to top MOUND BAYOU MISSISSIPPI Adeline Goss University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine PCLP Site Delta Health Center Adeline is a third year medical student and former NPR reporter with a longstanding commitment to social justice Her reporting in West Africa and Wyoming focused on the influence of poverty education incarceration and trauma on health Since entering medical school she has worked with classmates to develop and implement coursework on health disparities and empathic communication She is a relative newcomer to primary care having discovered during her clerkship year that her commitment to identifying structural problems makes her particularly adept at caring for patients within the context of communities Claire Richardson University of California San Francisco School of Medicine PCLP Site Delta Health Center A first year medical student Claire Richardson has demonstrated a commitment to working with the underserved and promoting primary care innovation A co leader of the Women s Support Group and the MSC homeless shelter in San Francisco she works to bring a safe space for communicating and sharing to the guests at the shelter Ms Richardson plans to spend the coming year creating connections between Primary Care Progress and the community and working to improve access to high quality care for underserved in San Francisco Back to top Nashville Tennessee Shavonne Collins Meharry Medical College PCLP Site Neighborhood Health Shavonne Collins a first year medical student continuously exhibits her passion for community outreach and dedication to service She is clinic coordinator at a student run clinic that aims to provide top quality health care at no cost to an underserved community Ms Collins lived and served in an isolated rural community and implemented an initiative that addresses the health needs of low income families by mitigating the spread of HIV AIDS malnutrition and poor reproductive health practices through preventative education Raleigh Fatoki Meharry Medical College PCLP Site Neighborhood Health Raleigh Fatoki a first year medical student has a passion for technology economics and medicine Early exposure to clinics that cater to underserved communities influenced him to study economics as an undergrad and become part of the new breed of physicians who can effectively manage patient care medically and economically Raleigh is currently Executive Director of a student run free clinic that addresses health care disparities by providing free high quality medical and dental care to Nashville s underserved populations Aubrey Grant Meharry Medical College PCLP Site Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center As a third year medical student Aubrey Grant successfully integrates cardiovascular research global health advocacy and care for underserved populations in his local community Aubrey has tutored inner city youths through his fraternity and is a weekly volunteer at a community health clinic His project will combine his love of cooking with diabetes prevention during his clinical rotation in Nashville Eva Martinez University of Illinois College of Medicine PCLP Site Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Services As an undergraduate Eva was Vice President of the pre medical minority health organization and planned much of the group s programming She volunteers at a local community health clinic that serves the west side of Chicago As a medical student Eva is a Latino Medical Student Association board member From a medically underserved area herself Eva is a first generation college and medical student who hopes to improve access to healthcare in the communities that need it most Vanessa Martinez University of Illinois College of Medicine PCLP Site Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Services Vanessa received her BS in Community Health in 2009 She established a scholarship for minority students and a mentoring program in a mobile home community She worked to help students with physical disabilities and participated in Medical Mission trips As a medical student she is part of the Global Medicine longitudinal curriculum and is part of a scholars program focused on the cultural social and economic factors affecting Latino health Miranda McNear Meharry Medical College PCLP Site Neighborhood Health As an undergraduate Miranda became a public service scholar focusing on medicine and serving the underserved After graduation she served with a national volunteer corps Miranda directly connected with the local community by tutoring and mentoring disadvantaged sixth grade students at an inner city school These experiences gave Miranda the desire to become a pediatrician and help eliminate health care disparities seen in at risk youth Katherine Moore Meharry Medical College PCLP Site Neighborhood Health Katherine Moore a first year medical student is committed to serving the underserved As an undergraduate student she organized several health fairs and AIDS awareness events for her collegee and community Katherine volunteers at a student run clinic TN where she works to meet the needs of medically underserved patients She plans to pursue a career in family medicine with the hopes of creating strong patient physician relationships and encouraging those in underrepresented populations to take an active role in their health Montray Smith Northern Kentucky University PCLP Site Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center Montray Smith is a postmasters Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner graduate student at Northern Kentucky University She has performed medical missions with local national and international organizations and has volunteered with numerous organizations that help the underserved Throughout her career she has continued to expand her knowledge in nursing and public health Back to top New York New York Isoke Baptiste George Washington University School of Nursing PCLP Site Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center Inc A third year nurse practitioner student Isoke Baptiste has always focused her time and attention to inner city teen and young women During her undergraduate career she was involved in many extracurricular activities on campus which included serving as treasurer and head of the health and wellness committee After graduating she began teaching in her hometown of Washington DC where she was given the task of teaching math and science to students who suffered from many social and academic deficiencies Nikkia Blake Morehouse School of Medicine PCLP Site Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center Inc A first year medical student Nikkia Blake is dedicated to working with underserved populations Over the past year Ms Blake has completed a yearlong teaching experience with Refugee Family Services one of the most active refugee family support service agencies in the metro Atlanta area As a medical student she has volunteered for a student led healthcare provider for the underserved population Ms Blake plans to expand her volunteer efforts through participation in an ongoing medical project which provides primary care to the locals of northeastern Peru Anita Isama Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine PCLP Site Urban Health Plan Inc A returning GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program Scholar Anita continued to apply the tools that she learned during her 2014 GE NMF PCLP experience Anita served as co director of a high school pipeline program that exposed high school students to the sciences health care careers and health disparities Anita also volunteered in a phlebotomy lab at a west side Chicago clinic Anita is excited to explore her interests in pediatrics and access to care Adriana Nunez University of California San Francisco School of Nursing PCLP Site Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center Inc As an undergraduate student Adriana participated in health outreach and community service for local underserved communities through a student run organization She also volunteered at a non profit healthcare facility aimed at providing quality and affordable care Prior to nursing school Adriana volunteered at two low cost no cost community clinics in Roátan Honduras Adriana aims to bridge health disparities including socioeconomic and cultural differences and hopes to increase diversity in the healthcare field through mentorship for students of color interested in healthcare Maninder Sohi Shenandoah University PCLP Site Urban Health Plan Inc Maninder Sohi is committed to serving the community through volunteer work and she plans to work with a diverse patient population as a healthcare provider Through her volunteer experience with a local free clinic Maninder had the opportunity to interact with uninsured patients who were able to receive health services through the clinic While participating in a medical mission trip Maninder had the opportunity to work on an interdisciplinary healthcare team to provide general medical care and address oral health care with communities in Leon Nicaragua Danielle Whittaker Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University PCLP Site Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center Inc Danielle effectively integrates her desire to be of service with her interests in the social determinants of health As a public health fellow based in New York City she garnered relationships with community partners throughout the city and witnessed the importance of having a strong health center at the core of communities with limited access to health care Danielle continues to be involved in her community through tutoring serving at community health fairs and leading efforts to raise funds for the campus organization that supports health education events in underserved communities Back to top Orlando Florida Arianne Cordon Duran Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine PCLP Site Health Care Center for the Homeless While in medical school Arianne has continued her passion for mentoring high school students particularly inner city youth interested in medicine She was the recipient of service scholarships two consecutive summers during which time she worked with federally qualified health centers in underserved areas of Chicago Arianne is an active member of student groups at her school where she strives to increase campus awareness and interest in serving the underserved Shahriar Irani The Ohio State University College of Medicine PCLP Site Health Care Center for the Homeless Shahriar volunteered at a free clinic in downtown Columbus where he worked with members of the community to teach preventative care to children and pregnant women Shahriar has published two pieces highlighting the most efficient methods in delivering care to the underserved He is currently doing preceptorships in Columbus Ohio where the majority of patients cannot afford basic medical needs Evesha Kenlyn Morehouse School of Medicine PCLP Site Health Care Center for the Homeless During her undergraduate career Evesha has held tutoring roles including working as a supplemental instructor and volunteering at an elementary school Evesha conducted research on smoking cessation and worked on several projects through which she has consistently interacted with low income patients including work ad a program analyst and program planner Evesha continues to study the interconnections between individual health and community and public health Jonathan Williams Howard University College of Medicine PCLP Site Health Care Center for the Homeless As an undergraduate Jonathan was the only African American in his graduating class to earn a BS degree in mathematics at the University of Florida in 2011 During that time he worked as a research assistant in a neuroscience laboratory Upon graduation Jonathan actively shadowed doctors at a local hospital Currently a second year medical student he has interned at a local primary care clinic which provides medical care for a diverse array of citizens in the Washington D C metro area Back to top Phoenix Arizona Yonte Burnam Morehouse School of Medicine PCLP Site Adelante Healthcare Yonte Burnam a first year medical student has been dedicated to community health She has helped plan regional medical education conferences and organized medical mission trips and leads a national student medical association Yonte also works at a homeless shelter for women and children She hopes that her endeavors will help her better understand how social determinants of health interplay to affect community health Takema Cox Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University PCLP Site Adelante Healthcare A first year medical student Takema Cox was born and raised in a medically underserved community and she is committed to providing quality healthcare to communities similar to hers As an undergraduate she spent three years working as a certified nursing assistant where she witnessed people who lacked health insurance receiving lower quality care She currently works with homeless patients in the

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  • PCLP Eligibility - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    Career Center Support NMF Donate Now Planned Giving Home Programs GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program PCLP Eligibility Ge NMF Primary Care Leadership Program Eligibility requirements GE NMF PCLP candidates must provide proof of US citizenship At the time of application candidates must be enrolled in an accredited training program in one of the 50 United States the District of Columbia or Puerto Rico for one of the following professions Medicine current 1st and 2nd year students Nursing Master s and Doctoral students Eligible candidates include underrepresented minority students in healthcare and or socioeconomically disadvantaged students as measured by a ratio of demonstrated need and debt Ideal candidates will share a passion for improving access to healthcare for medically underserved communities Candidates must demonstrate outstanding academic achievement as evidenced in academic transcripts faculty evaluations receipt of special academic or national medical society honors fellowships awards leadership as indicated by active participation in community based activities or initiation of innovative projects and potential for distinguished contributions to medicine as indicated by participation in research publications or unique clerkships NMF designates the following racial ethnic groups as underrepresented minorities African American Hispanic Latino Native Americans American Indian Alaska Native Native Hawaiian Asian American Vietnamese and Cambodian only and Pacific Islander Selection Process NMF objectively reviews each of the applications based on the candidate s credentials and financial need NMF staff conducts the first review of applications A national review panel completes a final review of applications A rigorous application process ensures that assistance is provided to applicants with the greatest documented need and strongest commitment to primary care and public health Visit Application Checklist for complete application information For more information please email pclpinfo nmfonline org Quick links Program Homepage About the Program Eligibility Selection Program Requirements Online Application Application Checklist History

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  • PCLP Program Requirements - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    complete their program requirements during a six week period from June 6 2016 through July 15 2016 On a weekly basis Scholars submit a status report focusing on the progress of their PCLP requirements and reflections on their experience Program components and Scholar requirements typically include Orientation Prior to starting their PCLP experience Scholars participate in an online orientation focused on program requirements and an online program Kickoff webinar Leadership Training This component provides Scholars the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the administrative challenges and leadership roles within a community health center Leadership training consists of one on one interactions with site leadership attendance at management and other staff meetings site leadership interviews and participation in Leadership Seminar Series webinars PCLP Project Scholars must complete a team based PCLP Project whose focus will be selected by their Site Supervisor Prior to arrival Scholars communicate with their Site Supervisor and Faculty Advisor to define the scope of the project Scholars collaborate with their project team members to complete related deliverables Deliverables for the project include PCLP Project Proposal details of project objectives PCLP Project Report a 10 to 15 page written report PCLP Project Presentation a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation and PCLP Project Executive Summary a single PowerPoint slide summarizing the project Clinical Experience Scholars participate in clinical care on site The nature of the clinical work is dependent on the site placement and varies from shadowing to more hands on supervised clinical work PCLP Symposium This two day July 10 11 summit will bring 2016 Scholars to Chicago IL to connect with their Scholar cohort and noted PCLP Stakeholders Sessions for this meeting will focus on primary care related topics and PCLP Project colloquia Scholars present their PCLP Projects and share insights from their PCLP experience during the

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  • PCLP Application Checklist - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    org Application Checklist Applicants are required to upload the following documents Financial Documents Student Aid Report SAR from the US Department of Education Documentation of Loan History current and undergraduate from the National Student Loan Data System Academic Documents NMF Financial Aid Transcript Applicants will provide the name and contact information of a Financial Aid Officer to complete the form which is sent directly to the officer Official Letter of Financial Aid Award Offer Current Professional School Transcript Personal Documents Verification of Citizenship Acceptable forms of proof of citizenship include a scanned copy of one of the following A US birth certificate A current US passport USCIS certificate of naturalization Voter s registration card accompanied by a picture ID Curriculum Vitae Resume Short Biography A sample of the short biography is provided here Please note Your short biography does not need to include a description of your anticipated PCLP Project PCLP Site Partners will take the lead on identifying project topics Personal Statement Discuss experiences you have had working in or being a part of a medically underserved population and elaborate on how these experiences have impacted your educational path your professional aspirations and your decision to apply to the GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program 500 word limit Two Letters of Recommendations Applicants will specify the names and contact information of their recommenders during the application process When choosing a recommender it is advisable to choose someone who knows you and your work well and can attest to your community commitment and leadership After applicants supply the name of their recommenders those recommenders will receive an email with instructions on uploading their recommendation letter One recommendation letter should be sent from a dean faculty member or chief administrative officer from your academic institution The second recommendation letter should be

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  • PCLP History - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    into primary care while the older primary care workforce is starting to reach retirement age Thus a comprehensive approach is needed in review of the educational and practice pipeline beginning with health professional training and continuing through retirement Primary care leaders need to leverage a variety of relationships and linkages with training schools so that they begin admitting individuals who will go into primary care and support them through the stages of their training Recognizing the range of healthcare challenges faced by underserved populations in the United States and building on the success of their existing Developing Health Globally program the GE Foundation launched Developing Health a three year 50 million grant program that aims to increase access to primary care for underserved populations in targeted communities The Developing Health program helps drive GE s healthymagination initiative a commitment to help change the world s approach to healthcare by lowering costs touching more lives and improving quality Created by the GE Foundation and the GE Corporate Diversity Council Developing Health is led by GE s Affinity Networks The Affinity Networks and employee groups partner with non profit health centers and offer volunteer support and business best practice sharing in order to help clinics reach underserved populations and enable access to primary care To further this mission of increasing access to primary care for the underserved the GE Foundation and National Medical Fellowships Inc have partnered to establish the GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program PCLP The GE NMF PCLP was launched in response to estimates that 56 million Americans lack adequate access to primary healthcare due to shortages of physicians and health professionals in their communities The overall mission of PCLP is to develop a pipeline of future primary care professionals and to build capacity at community health centers This

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  • PCLP National Advisory Committee - National Medical Fellowships, Inc.
    PCLP About the Program National Advisory Committee Ge NMF Primary Care Leadership Program National Advisory Committee The GE NMF Primary Care Leadership Program is overseen by the National Advisory Committee NAC The NAC is comprised of fourteen outstanding healthcare leaders and administrators of major associations Chaired by Dr H Jack Geiger the Committee will develop a robust program that supports a clinical pipeline linking community health centers health professional students and universities National Advisory Committee Members Timi Agar Barwick MPM CEO Physician Assistant Education Association Barbara Brandt Ph D Director National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Associate Vice President for Education Academic Health Center Daniel S Blumenthal MD MPH Professor of Community Health Preventive Medicine Associate Professor of Pediatrics Associate Dean for Community Health Morehouse School of Medicine Merle Cunningham MD MPH Visiting Associate Professor Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy Leadership George Washington University School of Public Health Health Services David Dyjack DrPH CIH Executive Director CEO National Environmental Health Association H Jack Geiger MD MSciHyg ScD hon Arthur C Logan Professor Emeritus of Community Medicine City University of New York Medical School Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Bruce Gray MPA Chief Executive Officer Northwest Regional Primary Care Association Craig Kennedy MPH Executive Director Association of Clinicians for the Underserved Ellen Lawton JD Lead Research Scientist National Center for Medical Legal Partnership Sandra B Nichols MD Senior Vice President Chief Medical Officer National Inpatient Care Management UnitedHealthcare Irwin Redlener MD President and Co Founder Children s Health Fund Scott Shipman MD MPH Director of Primary Care Initiatives and Workforce Analysis Association of American Medical Colleges Harrison C Spencer MD MPH DTM H CPH President and CEO Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health Donald L Weaver MD Chief Medical Officer National Association of Community Health

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