1. What is your role/position with NHCLV and which location do you work at? How long have you worked for the organization? I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at all three NHCLV sites. I have been with the nonprofit organization for two years. 2. Why do you think an FQHC is important in caring for members of the Lehigh Valley community? An FQHC
1. What is your role/position with NHCLV and which location do you work at? How long have you worked for the organization? I am Vanessa Perez Weiss, FNP, NP-C. I am a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Donegan Clinic in Bethlehem. In that role I function as a Primary Care Provider for people’s health care needs. I have worked at NHCLV since July 2015.
1. What is your role/position with NHCLV? At which location do you work? How long have you worked for the organization? I am the Chief Medical Officer and have worked at NHCLV for the past 8 years, first in a part-time capacity and in the past four years as a full-time employee. I provide clinical patient care mostly at our downtown Allentown office, but
Gloria Velazquez, PhD Candidate, LCSW Director of Social Services & Integrated Behavioral Health 1. What is your role/position with NHCLV and which location do you work at? My role is Director of Social Services & Integrated Behavioral Health. I am a social worker by training. I have been with the organization for approximately 4 years. I oversee programming for our social services which includes
The nonprofit Neighborhood Health Centers of the Lehigh Valley today announced the expansion of its downtown Allentown primary care services at a new site. The 10-year lease on the building located at 160 Hamilton Street will allow NHCLV to expand its fully integrated primary care services to a new facility. The new site will offer a variety of health care services including behavioral, dental,
We are pleased to partner with Lehigh Valley Health Network to have their Mobile Mammography Coach visit our three NHCLV community health centers four times each in 2019. Following are the dates for each location: Allentown: January 11 – CANCELLED! April 12 July 12 October 11 Bethlehem: February 15 May 17 August 16 November 15 Easton: March 15 June 14 September 13 December 13
Neighborhood Health Centers of the Lehigh Valley, the region’s only Federally Qualified Health Center, will hold its annual free health insurance registration event on Saturday, November 10 from 10 am – 3 pm at the Allentown Public Library, 1210 W. Hamilton St. to help Lehigh Valley residents find 2019 coverage under the Affordable Care Act. It will also feature a free Health Fair with