Category Archives: Nursing

Meet Featured Nurse Mary Blankson, DNP, APRN, FNP-C

With a vibrant smile and calm demeanor, Mary Blankson stepped out of the elevator and into the rooftop conference room. I had been looking forward to our conversation all day. I had heard nothing but wonderful things about her and … Continue reading

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Meet Featured Nurse Sarahi Almonte

Sarahí Almonte always knew she wanted to have a career that would positively change the lives of others, so she spent the first 15 years of her career as a community organizer. After being diagnosed with Stage 4 Endometriosis, Sarahi … Continue reading

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Meet Featured Nurse Jen Martin

A little over a year ago Jen Martin was standing on a sidewalk cheering on her sister who was running the Middletown Half Marathon. Jen couldn’t help but notice the large, beautiful building behind her. After she saw the Community … Continue reading

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Meet Featured Nurse Hilary Sullivan

When I picked up the phone to call RN Hilary Sullivan I didn’t know what to expect. The only thing I knew about her was that she’s new to CHC. I was excited to get to know more about her … Continue reading

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A New On-Site Medical Director for Norwalk and Stamford!

This morning all of Community Health Center’s staff received an email from our Chief Medical Officer, Veena Channamasetty M.D. announcing the new onsite medical director for our Nowalk and Stamford sites. Read on for the announcement:   I’m excited to  announce … Continue reading

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Connecticut Mission of Mercy 2015, a look back on last weekend’s clinic

CT Mission of Mercy 2015:   by Julia Sisson Every year, dental care providers throughout Connecticut gather at the Mission of Mercy, a free clinic offering services to patients both insured and uninsured. The event is only two days long, but patients … Continue reading

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