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Henry J. Austin Health Center Highlighted in Red Nose Day Campaign

The much-awaited Red Nose Day campaign is finally here! People nationwide and community health centers like Henry J. Austin Health Center (HJAHC) are gearing up to support a great cause to end poverty. Red Nose Day is a beloved annual global fundraising campaign to raise awareness and funds to support programs that keep children and

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Project Spotlight: Henry J. Austin Health Center, New Jersey

Dr. Kemi Alli runs a community health center supported by Red Nose Day. “We do more than just provide health services — we provide services that wrap around a patient.” “What got me into pediatrics was the idea of wanting to help and serve others. It’s rooted in this feeling that we are all connected.

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The doctor’s here, thanks to Red Nose Day donations

Some buses roll through neighborhoods early in the morning, accepting sleepy students on their way to school. Some buses traverse whole cities at all hours of the day, picking up and depositing hurried people leading busy lives. And some buses are outfitted with medical examination areas, staffed by healthcare providers determined to give uninsured children

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Why Don’t We Care About All Children in America? | Opinion

Why as a nation are we so uncaring about the needs of all of America’s children, especially the ones coming across the southern border seeking a better life? I ask that question as a pediatrician, who has spent my professional career focused on the health and well-being of children. As such, I am deeply concerned

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Baxter International Foundation $100,000 Grant Will Support Telehealth Expansion to Schools Throughout McDowell and Avery Counties

SPRUCE PINE, N.C. – School-based telehealth programs in McDowell and Avery Counties are getting a boost from a $100,000 grant from The Baxter International Foundation to Children’s Health Fund (CHF). The award will enable CHF affiliate, Center for Rural Health Innovation, to operate its Health-e-Schools program in all Pre-K through 12th grade schools in the two

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