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CEHC In the news

Listen to our volunteer story!

Clínica Esperanza/Hope Clinic began as a volunteer-run clinic. What does this mean? It means that we care about the volunteer experience. For that reason, it was a great honor to be awarded the Volunteer Engagement Award from The Rhode Island Foundation. This award reflects our commitment to making the volunteer experience at CEHC a meaningful one. Your contribution of time, your altruism, turns into better health for our community. Thank you volunteers! Without you, we could not do this important work. 

- Direct Relief and The Pfizer Foundation Support 19 Programs to Improve Infectious Disease Care in the United States - Direct Relief press release
- Morgan Leonard named new Executive Director of Clinica Esperanza/Hope Clinic! Full press release
- Clínica Esperanza/Hope Clinic: 20 Years of BlueAngel Community Health Grant - The Rhode to Health Podcast
- Nuestra Salud launch at CEHC's Neighborhood Health Station: WPRI 12
- The first federally funded Test to Treat site in the country: CEHC press release; Gov. Dan McKee's press release 
- Brown med school students elevate health care for Rhode Island’s underserved and underinsured
- CEHC Accomplishments for 2018
- Published Vida Sana Protocol
- Recognized in Providence Journal for Free Health Screenings at Olneyville Markets
Rhode Island Foundation Grant for Chronic Diseases- Volunteer Executive Director Annie De Groot Honored by University of Chicago
- Bank RI Pre-Employment Physicals
2012 - 2017
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