Articles for Tag: "Hispanic heritage month"
As a daughter of migrant workers, physician assistant Lupita Guerra started a lifetime pursuit of learning and serving others that began when she was just a child.
This first-generation Mexican American immigrant sees nursing as an art form and is paving the way for other Hispanic nurses.
In his day-to-day practice, having Spanish as his first language creates a more positive patient experience and better outcomes for Hispanic patients, according to Dr. Javier Gallegos. And there’s something more: A level of trust and friendship that is truly special in his experience as a physician.
We all can point to an experience that helped shape our lives. For Mari Herrera, that occurred when she met a nurse caring for her terminally ill mother.
From administration to soon saving lives, one mom is pursuing her medical career goals after working in the hospital for more than a decade.
This phlebotomist works to make patients feel comfortable.
El COVID-19 y otros factores son los culpables de la inequidad, pero hay esperanzas.