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Pittsburgh Named Most Livable City in the U.S...AGAIN!

"Pittsburgh has been named the “most livable city” six times since 2000 by The Economist, Forbes and Places Rated Almanac. It also has landed on more than 200 “best” lists including “40 Prettiest Cities in the World”.

Member Service Day

Habitat for Humanity

Pittsburgh Health Corps Members served with Habitat for Humanity preparing a house for a new family in the Penn Hills neigborhood of Pittsburgh.

Member Training Day

Stress Management and Mindfulness

Members spent the day learning tools to manage burn out and stress and focusing on mindfulness. 

Feeding the Greater Pgh Community

Packaging Apples at the Food Bank

Members helped sort apples at one of our host sites, the Greater Pttsburgh Community Food Bank, to be sent to a Produce to People distribution. 

Service Project at Community Garden

Faison Elementary, Homewood

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Pittsburgh Health Corps Blog

Emma Seagle,a Pittsburgh Health Corps Member who serves at Homewood Children's Village, talks about a friend's dedication to serve her community.
Date of Publication: 04/08/2015
Author: Communications
Join Bobby for our last blog in March about how Health Corps is working (serving!) to increase access to care for our community members. "Meetings between the health center staff and patients serve as a reminder that ultimately, the patient is the central driving force behind their health."
Date of Publication: 03/31/2015
Author: Communications
Pittsburgh Health Corps 2014-2015 Member Julie Broad reflects on her time serving at Operation Safety Net, and how fundamental systems in the American society exacerbate homelessless. Read on to see how she and her site are helping to combat homelessness for all in Pittsburgh!
Date of Publication: 03/30/2015
Author: Communications
The Birmingham Free Clinic, the city's only free clinic for uninsured people, took a new approach to help their patients access care. Read on to see how social factors affecting health are being addressed! Written by Yaminah Romulus, who serves at the Program for Health Care to Underserved Populations with the Pittsburgh Health Corps.
Date of Publication: 03/23/2015
Author: Communications
Member Katie Serwa, serving at the MS Society PA Keystone Chapter, with the Pittsburgh Health Corps 2014-2015 discusses how she provides access to multiple services to her clients!
Date of Publication: 03/14/2015
Author: Communications

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