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Evolve: Mentorship and Art Show

Calling on gay and bi (male) photographers and artists who are 18-24 and live in the Los Angeles area. The mentorship program includes 2 weekend workshops that will be coordinated by local professional artists.

6th Annual WE CARE Health Fair

Lincoln Memorial UCC Health Ministry in Collaboration with The Lincoln Family Life Center and the Black Hypertension Project at UCLA invite you to the W.E. C.A.R.E. Health Fair

Licensed Vocational Nurse

Job Code: 405Reports To: Clinic Administrator/ Designee Salary Range: Starting salary based on experience, qualifications and budget. 100% time (40 hours/week). Non-exempt. Position Purpose: The LVN participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that provides primary care health services to patients at the John Wesley Community Health Center –Bellflower. Duties Initial patient assessment, triage, […]

Medical Assistant

Job Code: 404Reports To: Clinic Administrator/ Designee Salary Range: Starting salary based on experience, qualifications and budget. 100% time (40 hours/week). Non-exempt. Position Purpose: Under the supervision of the Clinic Administrator / Designee, the Medical Assistant is responsible for eligibility screening of clients, reception area duties, responding to client questions and providing information to clients. […]

National Black HIV-AIDS Awareness Day

Join us on Saturday, February 8th, 2014, at the Compton Fashion Center. Free HIV Testing, Fashion Show, Raffle, Music and Fun for the Whole Family.

White House Highlights the Key Role of Health Centers

Today, December 12, the White House will spend the day talking about the important role of health centers in the Affordable Care Act. In particular, the White House will showcase the critical work of health centers in providing education and enrollment and in ensuring all Americans have access to quality health care across the nation.

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