Thank you to all who submitted pictures for the first National Summit of Clinicians for Healthcare Justice Photo Contest. We received over 100 photo entries depicting healthcare justice in action. Photographs have been reviewed by the National Summit of Clinicians for Healthcare Justice Organizers and winners have been identified.
Congratulations to Our Winners!
Grand Prize Winner
Saint Joseph's Mercy Care Services
Dr. Mae Morgan, Medical Director
Clinicians in Action
People at Work
Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas
Each patient that comes through our doors comes with unique story and circumstances, and it is our goal to provide the best care we can to each.
I try to make pictures that tell the story of our clinic, the trust that our patients have placed within us and of the “miracles” that is delivered everyday inside the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas.
Faces of Justice
Clinica Sierra Vista
Robyn Garibaldi, Chief of Public Affairs
Clinica Sierra Vista, a non-profit corporation, was created to provide health care to poor, migrant farmworkers who harvest the lush agricultural fields in the southern San Joaquin Valley. Today, Clinica Sierra Vista serves a geographically dispersed, low-moderate-fixed income, ethnically diverse, frontier-rural-urban-migrant-homeless patient population. It has grown to be one of the largest comprehensive migrant/community health center systems in the state.
Clinica Sierra Vista is a multi-dimensional, multi-disciplinary comprehensive health care organization, serving the primary medical, dental and behavioral health needs of a huge patient population in Kern, Fresno and Inyo counties.
- Grand Prize (Overall winner): Registration and hotel for Summit paid
- 1st place in each category: Summit Registration paid
The photo collection will be on display at the National Summit of Clinicians for Healthcare Justice September 23-25, 2010.