The mission of the Guild for NHC is to serve as ambassadors for the Neighborhood Health Clinic and to raise funds to support patient services. We would also like add that we serve as direct volunteers to the Clinic. This season we expanded our Member Chalkboard to include requests for volunteers from the Clinic’s volunteer coordinator. A list of volunteer opportunities at the Clinic is also now included in our new membership packets.
Additionally, a new Guild committee has been established to provide dinners to Clinic volunteers during regular Clinic hours. Our year-round resident members have filled all of the open evenings for the summer.
We’re very excited that a new Guild tab is now included on the Clinic website, giving visitors to the site immediate information about the Guild … Read more...Read More
“Gold Star Staff” member Marco Perez-Zanelli isn’t your typical college student. Marco attends Florida Gulf Coast University full time where has a minor in Biology and majors in Exercise science; but he’s not stopping there. Once he graduates with his bachelor’s degree he plans on pursuing either a doctorate in Physical Therapy or a master’s in Health Administration. Marco is passionate about what he does; he works as the Lab Coordinator for the Neighborhood Health Clinic most clinic days and also works as a personal trainer for Fitness Together. He tries to squeeze in some time for fishing on occasion.
Marco’s role at the Neighborhood Health Clinic has changed over time. He recalls walking through the halls of the Clinic for the first time thinking, “Man, I want to be a part … Read more...Read More
The week of May 6th to May 12th was a special time at the Neighborhood Health Clinic. Although there are no bands, no fireworks and no speeches, we very quietly celebrate National Nurses Week. In doing so, our reflections at times focus on “what if” there were no nurses at the Clinic. The ready answer is there would be no Clinic. “What if” there was no Nancy Lascheid, R.N. The answer would be the same.
In a whimsical moment during Nurses Week, some have even imagined a parade of famous nurses marching past our doors. Undoubtedly, it would be led by the most famous nurse of medical history, Florence Nightingale. Ms. Nightingale would be carrying her lantern, which she used while ministering to wounded British soldiers in her … Read more...Read More
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To update your information please fill out the forms located on the front desk in front of Robin’s computer, download below, or email your information to Kaitlin at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More