The 2017 Summer Migrant Farm  Worker Clinic Application Closed.

 

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Program Overview

During this opportunity with the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, participants shadow medical and dental students and obeserve health care providers attending to the medical needs of local migrant tobacco farmers. Students assist with field clinic set-up and breakdown, intake, general health assessments, and translation assistance. The sessions run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the tobacco farms and workshops at our main offices on Mondays and Fridays – (June 19th – August 4th)

Applications for the  Migrant Farm Worker Summer Medical Program 2017 are due on Friday May 19th. The cost for each week is $50 and the payment is due before or on June 2nd , this will reserve a slot for the applicant. An essay is required and attached in the application. 

For further information click here to dowload the Migrant Farm Worker Summer Medical Program brochure or please contact: 

Fernando Roldan, RN (Community & Health Program Coordinator) @ (860) 231-6250 ext. 1304, email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Click Here to Download Application

 http://www.publichealth.uconn.edu/migrant-farm-worker-clinics.html

 

Contact Us

Central Connecticut Area
Health Education Center
151 New Park Ave, Suite 3C
Hartford, CT 06106

Our office hours are
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday
T 860-231-6250
info@centralctahec.org

 

Staff Directory

Administration

  • Patricia Gonzalez - Executive Director 
  • Guisela Laureano - Executive Assistant x3035
  • Fernando Roldan, RN -  Community Health
    Program Coordinator x1304

Health Education

AmeriCorps x1028