Due to the COVID-19 surge, our teams are prioritizing care for sick patients or those who need urgent care. We will resume scheduling routine appointments after February 14.
Two health professions students received Baystate Health's 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service Awards. The $750 awards will be used to provide health education and resources to food pantry clients and outreach to individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.
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Medical students in the Population-based Urban and Rural Community Health (PURCH) track hosted a Food Justice Fair in partnership with the MLK Jr Family Services Center food pantry.
Eight community members have recently completed training to join UMMS-Baystate’s non-medical Community Faculty who play an integral role in teaching medical students.
UMass medical students and other health professions students are engaged in COVID-related activities and a variety of volunteer efforts at Baystate and in the community.