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  • 04 October 2010
    via The Nation's Health In the midst of the H1N1 flu pandemic in Mexico in May 2009, almost ...
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Stories from the Field

Carol Hoch

My story began when I first learned about Community Health Workers, and what they do. When I came back to Houston County, from the City, I had elderly parents and I went to work for the school district. Here I learned of the need in the community, that included all ages, that had no clue where to go or how to get the needed health information and/or assistance they needed, or referral or follow up services that are available. I feel... Read more...
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