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Ventanilla de Salud in Liberal

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On July 26th through the 27th Ventanilla de Salud held a health fair in Liberal, Kansas. This year, KUMC medical students, nursing, and nutrition students from Allied Health were able to attend and help out at the fair. Services that … Continue reading

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Ventanilla de Salud – Touchdown Family Fest

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On July 19th Truman Medical Center had their annual “Touchdown Family Fest: Health & Wellness Extravaganza” at the Arrowhead stadium. Free health services included Adult/Children’s Physicals, Vision/Hearing Screenings, Dental exams, Clinical Breast exams, and much more. The Ventanilla de Salud … Continue reading

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Dr. Cupertino, 2014 Community Engagement Award Winner

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Paula Cupertino, Ph.D., associate professor in Preventive Medicine and Public Health, and director of JUNTOS Center for Advancing Latino Health, was named the 2014 winner of the Faculty Award for Scholarship in Community Engagement. This award recognizes Dr. Cupertino’s excellence in developing, implementing … Continue reading

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Mexican Consulate gives JUNTOS a check to support Ventanilla de Salud

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On May 15th the Mexican Consulate awarded JUNTOS a check to support the Ventanilla de Salud. The Ventanilla de Salud in Kansas is a health outreach program that provides Latino families with health information, free health screenings, and health insurance information. … Continue reading

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Ventanilla de Salud in Great Bend

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On April 26-27, the Ventanilla de Salud worked alongside the Mexican Consulate in a health fair held in Garden City. People had the opportunity to get a health screening (BMI, glucose, and blood pressure checked) while they waited to get their matriculas, visas, and passports … Continue reading

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Ventanilla de Salud in Garden City

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On April 26-27, the Ventanilla de Salud worked alongside the Mexican Consulate in a health fair held in Garden City. People had the opportunity to get a health screening (BMI, glucose, and blood pressure checked) while they waited to get their matriculas, visas, and passports … Continue reading

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Ventanilla de Salud in Wichita

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On Saturday March 22nd, the Ventanilla de Salud worked alongside the Mexican Consulate in a health fair held in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in 430 N Broadway St. Wichita, KS 67202 from 9AM to 4PM.People had the opportunity … Continue reading

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“Affordable Care Act Today” Health Fair for the Latino Community

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On March 8th-9th, JUNTOS and other organizations got together for the “Affordable Care Act Today” Health Fair for the Latino Community at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, where many services and fun activities were available for families. Services besides help … Continue reading

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Addressing nutrition literacy and smoking cessation in Brazil

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On March 12th, Dr. Cupertino had the opportunity to host a discussion about innovative approaches for complex topics such as nutrition literacy and tobacco on a day-to-day basis for health professionals. The event took place in Juiz de Fora, MG … Continue reading

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Dodge City Health Fair

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On February 22-23rd, Juntos held a health fair in Dodge City, Kansas where a number of different services were available. We had 202 people screened for diabetes, hypertension, and BMI. Patients got the opportunity to speak with a doctor on … Continue reading

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