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Lewis-San Antonio Healthy Communities Institute: Improving the Inland Empire’s Community Health from Adolescents to Older Adults
The Lewis-San Antonio Healthy Communities Institute (HCI) is a health collaborative that aims to serve communities within the Inland Empire. HCI provides public health programs and projects focused on adolescent health education and workforce development, biometric screenings to underserved areas, cancer prevention, and wellness for older adults. HCI works in partnership with various local and national organizations to carry out preventive measures in education, assessment, and resources to create positive health outcomes for communities based on their current needs.
Terisha Gamboa, MPH, CHES
Terisha holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health Policy from University of California, Irvine and a Master’s of Public Health degree in Health Education & Promotion from Loma Linda University. She is currently practicing as a Healthy Communities Specialist at the Lewis-San Antonio Healthy Communities Institute, focusing on prevention of chronic lifestyle diseases and workforce development for the Inland Empire’s adolescent population. Her public health experience stems from various organizations throughout Southern California, such as the American Diabetes Association of Orange County, AmeriCorps in Downtown Los Angeles, and the Loma Linda Veterans Healthcare System in Preventive Medicine.
Friday, April 12, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
Building 517, 165 Classroom
Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP below so that we may ensure all attendees are accounted for.