The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says that health and well-being are products not only of the healthcare we receive and the choices we make, but also of the places we live, work, learn, and play. At Quillen, you are not only part of the Quillen Community, but also the University, Tri-cities, Tennessee, United States, and even global communities. Finding your niche will support community health, and it will help your community support you.
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ETSU Community Health
Bucky’s Food Pantry - Food Insecurity
Bucky's Food Pantry is unique in that it serves students, staff, and faculty, the whole of ETSU's community. Food pantries at other universities and colleges only serve students. And for good reasons: Students need all the help they can get while they're in college earning degrees to set them up for future success in their careers. However, our staff and faculty at ETSU can be food insecure, too. For that reason, the pantry is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and retirees.
ETSU Diversity Council - Diversity and Inclusion
Tri-Cities Community Health
TriPride - TriPride works towards building a stronger and more inclusive community across Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. They do this by producing a great, family-friendly event that celebrates inclusion, equality, community, and self-empowerment.
Providence Medical Clinic Kingsport - Providence Medical Clinic offers medical services to the uninsured residents of Sullivan County and the Greater Kingsport Area. Our professional team of board-certified physicians, nurses, and technicians are equipped to handle a comprehensive range of medical conditions, routine illnesses, and general medical services.
Johnson City Community Health Center - The Johnson City Community Health Center (JCCHC) marks a new chapter for the Johnson City Downtown Clinic (JCDC), which the College of Nursing has operated since 1990. The JCDC was originally established to serve the needs of the local homeless population in Johnson City and has expanded over the past 28 years to include the uninsured, underinsured, TennCare enrollees, a growing Hispanic population and medically indigent individuals. Patient contacts in the clinic meet primary care, prenatal care and socialization needs of these various population groups.
Street Medicine Interest Group
Rural High School Camps
Tennessee / National Community Health / Social Media Information
- The Student Doctor Network
- Tennessee Medical Association
- National Institutes of Health
- Medical Student Pride Alliance
Can Twitter Help You in Medical School?
- 7 ways Twitter can help you thrive in medical school
- 9 Twitter accounts every medical student should follow
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