It’s significantly less than a single week ahead of the Jax Saludable (Healthy Jacksonville) Hispanic health conference is scheduled to start and Elizabeth Pantoja, a clinical analysis coordinator at Mayo Clinic and a single of the occasion organizers, is placing the finishing touches on the occasion plan.
“There’s always so much to do at the last minute, the last few hurdles,” she says with a tired grin.
The two-day virtual conference, to be held July 25-26, will bring with each other far more than 300 Hispanic leaders from across Jacksonville, Florida, which includes faith leaders, health care specialists, health care payers, organization leaders, educators, and sufferers and caregivers.
We have been told several occasions by our neighborhood partners that this work is the initial of its sort to address in a extensive style the health challenges numerous in our Hispanic neighborhood are facing.
Richard White, M.D.
“Our vision is to educate, inspire and organize leaders and the broader community to collaborate to improve health care access, processes, and outcomes for Hispanics in Northeast Florida,” says Richard White, M.D., a Mayo Clinic health disparities researcher and neighborhood internal medicine doctor, who is major the improvement of the Jax Saludable conference.
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