Celebrating the Memory of a Friend

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A year ago today I lost a dear friend.  She was the kind of friend that even in death reminds me how the love of family, friends and community make life worth living. My friend was a patient, a parent ...

Health Access Team Goes to Washington, D.C.

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The Doctors Care Health Access Team recently had the privilege to visit Washington D.C. for the 2016 State of Enrollment conference. Organized by Enroll America, the nation’s leading health care enrollment coalition, this three-day conference brought together leaders and health ...

May Is Mental Health Month

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Mental illnesses including anxiety, depression, psychosis and bipolar are common and treatable – and help is available. One in five Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime and every American is affected or impacted through ...

Speaking of Change…

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Here’s a simple description of how grant writing used to work; nonprofit submits a grant proposal, waits a long time, receives good or bad news. In the case of good news, check comes in, staff and volunteers celebrate, a year ...

Making An Impact in Your Own Community

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I joined Doctors Care as a volunteer last summer. As a pre-med student, I was interested in care in a clinic atmosphere rather than a hospital setting. I became involved in greeting patients at the front desk and answering phone ...

Volunteering: Passion and Purpose

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Doctors Care is grateful for the diverse and talented crew of volunteers who assist with a variety of tasks and projects to keep things running smoothly. Their vital support enhances our ability to serve our patients and clients. Last summer, ...