The United Health Foundation partners with the Health Care Center for the Homeless to help advance health equity in underserved communities.
The partnership offers a clinical fellowship program, which helps improve and expand the health workforce while addressing some of the country’s pressing healthcare needs.
Since 2020, nursing fellows have provided care to 4,500 underserved patients.
“I had a desire to build more meaningful connections with patients and provide long-term care,” said Adaliz Olmeda, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Nursing Fellow Alumni, Health Care Center for the Homeless, Family Nurse Practitioner. “This fellowship has allowed me to grow personally and professionally, where I now have the opportunity to see firsthand improvement in patients’ health.”