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Q&A: Dr. Kimberly Chang, Asian Health Services

In observance of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, NACHC is featuring leaders in the health center movement. Kimberly S.G. Chang, MD, MPH, is a NACHC Board Member and a Family Physician and Director of Human Trafficking and Health Care Policy at Asian Health Services, a Community Health Center in Oakland, California. Also, view our Q&A with Teresita …

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Kimberly Chang Recognized for Turning Human Trafficking into a Frontline Health Issue

Since beginning her career as a community doctor, Kimberly S.G. Chang, MD, MPH, has been driven by the belief that human trafficking should be treated as a public health issue, not a law enforcement matter. Now Harvard University is recognizing Dr. Chang’s achievements in this area by bestowing on her the Emerging Public Health Professional …

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Report from the NACHC CHI

One remarkable aspect of the 2019 NACHC Community Health Institute and EXPO is that this is the 50th year of the conference.  At the half-century mark, the national gathering is getting bigger than ever, with more than 2,500 attendees and 160 exhibitors in the EXPO Hall.  The conference also marks a transition of leadership on the …

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Human Trafficking Under the Spotlight on Capitol Hill

Community Health Center physician Kimberly Chang, MD, from Asian Health Services in California recently visited Capitol Hill to provide testimony on identifying and rescuing human trafficking victims. Speaking to the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Dr. Chang highlighted how health centers’ provision of culturally competent care make them essential to the care and identification …

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Introducing a New Model Protocol for Health Centers to Address Intimate Partner Violence and Exploitation

How can health centers make sure we are reaching the patients affected by IPV and exploitation?

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Remembering Karla: A Tribute to a Health Center Nurse Lost to COVID-19

Editor’s Note: Some 41,000 Community Health Center staff have been infected with COVID-19. Karla Pope was one of them. NACHC invited her colleague Kimberly Tweed, Director of Marketing & Development at CompleteCare Health, Bridgeton, NJ, to share this remembrance. My time with Karla Pope as my office neighbor was relatively short but sharing a wall …

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New Learning Collaboratives for Health Centers: Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking

Woman talking to counselor

Authors: Anisa Ali, MA, Futures Without Violence; Kimberly S.G. Chang, MD, MPH, Asian Health Services Did you know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month? We are 100% certain that every single health center cares for people who have been affected by domestic violence. Domestic violence is common: 1 in 4 women in the United …

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Intimate Partner Violence and Human Trafficking: How Health Centers Can Respond During COVID-19

AUTHORS: Kimberly S.G. Chang, MD, MPH, Asian Health Services, and Anna Marjavi, Futures Without Violence “Thank you!” Often, we hear these words from patients when we prescribe medicines that help with their illnesses. Or when we assist with appointments to specialists, for a procedure patients require, or when we help to procure equipment like wheelchairs …

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Taking Care of Each Other in This Time of Crisis

This guest blog post is by Kimberly Becher, M.D. Dr. Becher practices at Community Care of West Virginia, Inc., a rural federally qualified health center in Clay County, W.Va. , This article was originally posted in the AAFP’s Fresh Perspectives blog”. You know that feeling When a huge storm is coming? If you live on …