On Saturday April 27th, Winchester Heights residents gathered at the Burris Children’s Memorial Park to plant agave, corn, tomatoes, lettuce and other vegetables. They planted seedlings in pots, beginning the community’s plans to start a community garden. The agave plants were donated by Jane Williamson-Davenport, FNP-C, who works in the Chiricahua Mobile Clinic, providing health care services to the community. The initiative to start a community garden in Winchester Heights is funded by a Community Food Bank Punch Woods Endowment Grant. Chiricahua Mobile Clinic Extends Hours at the Winchester Community Center Saturday also marked the start of Chiricahua Mobile Clinic services on the fourth Saturday of each month in addition to their hours every Wednesday. They provided tacos, refreshments and desserts for the community. Refreshments were accompanied by music thanks to the local DJ, Efrain. Continue reading
SEAHEC partnered with the University of Arizona (UA) in February and March to offer Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Pain Management education to primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals. Continue reading
SEAHEC welcomes Beth Robinson, our new Continuing Education/Health Education Coordinator. Continue reading
For a decade, Mt. Sinai students have worked with SEAHEC on a quest for learning while providing community service in rural border communities.
In March, 12 students and four faculty members from Mt. Sinai Ichan School of Medicine’s, Medical Students Making Impacts (MSMI) returned for their 11th year to Nogales. Continue reading