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Our 2014-2015 members successfully completed their term of service!

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. 

Member Service Project

Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh

Service Project at Community Garden

Faison Elementary, Homewood

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Pittsburgh Health Corps Blog

Daniel Jang serves at the Allegheny County Health Department in the Office of Maternal and Child Health and Chronic Disease Prevention. Dan has been teaching education classes and learning a lot in the process.
Date of Publication: 08/26/2015
Author: anagy
Justine Barr serves at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank as a Nutrition Educator. At the Food Bank she is working hard to combat summer hunger for the children in our region.
Date of Publication: 08/13/2015
Author: anagy
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Vivian Liang is serving at the Allegheny County Health Department in the Bureau of Assessment, Statistics and Epidemiology. She has developed a new surveillance system for capturing residents infected with Hepatitis C Virus in the County and is providing them with education and resources.
Date of Publication: 07/30/2015
Author: anagy
Kirstin Franklin, Pittsburgh Health Corps 2014-2015 member serving at East Liberty Family Health Care Center, reflects on her time with the Health Corps and how an experience with a patient helped her see the importance of appreciation.
Date of Publication: 07/08/2015
Author: Communications
Pittsburgh Health Corps 2014-2015 Member Catie Tarantine reflects on her time at UPMC Shadyside Family Health Center assisting with diabetes quality improvement measures, to increase better patient outcomes. Join her for her last blog post!
Date of Publication: 06/24/2015
Author: Communications

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