Community Development

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A Champion for Health Access for All

Community Development

Together with the Jefferson Latina Women's Clinic and the Philadelphia Initiative for Collaborative Health Equity, Ludmir makes Hispanic Heritage Month an everyday occurrence.
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$5 million gift from Merck CEO and wife to fund Jefferson and Temple stroke initiative

Community Development

The initiative, known officially as the Frazier Family Coalition for Stroke Education and Prevention, will address social issues that affect health along with racial and ethnic disparities that increase stroke risk.
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Art In City Hall Presents: The P-CHE PhotoVoice Exhibit

Community Development

Art In City Hall, an initiative of the City’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative (OACCE) presents PhotoVoice, a student photography project organized by the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity (P-CHE) in collaboration with three community partners: Esperanza Inc., HUNE, and Providence Center. The student-led project features the work of 33 students who used photography as a vehicle to explore health issues in their North Philly community.
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Philadelphia health care’s top moments in 2019

Community Development

The $5 million Hansjörg Wyss Wellness Center, set to open in early 2020 in South Philadelphia’s Bok Building, will be the hub of Jefferson’s clinical and educational outreach activities for the area and will provide services to community members regardless of health insurance or citizenship status
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TJU and P-CHE award $600,000 in community grants

Community Development

“Each of these projects present a unique opportunity to directly address some of the social determinants plaguing the health of our city,” said Jack Ludmir, MD, the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Collaborative.
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P-CHE awards funding to 12 organizations

Community Development

This summer, P-CHE released a Request for Proposals seeking applications for new or existing projects that would address upstream factors contributing to the highest priority needs derived from the East North Philadelphia Latino community health needs assessment –mental health; trauma, safety, violence; housing; and the built environment. We received submissions from organizations across Philadelphia, and […]
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