EVMS Street Health

EVMS Street Health Mission Statement

Street Health is dedicated to bringing healthcare to the people on their own terms through Street Rounds, pop-up clinics in shelters and churches, and weekly breakfasts held at a local church. Our mission is to bridge the gap between this population and the healthcare system. We aim to determine and overcome the barriers that the homeless population normally face in receiving health care whether that is economic, social, or physical.

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 Ongoing Projects

  • Telehealth Clinics at Freemason Street Baptist Church every Friday morning from 8-9:30AM

  • Care package assembly and distribution

  • Research projects relevant to our patient population

  • Building local resource database

  • Building health education database

  • Medicaid enrollment

  • HOPES Partnership, referrals and follow-ups

  • NEST partnership during January-March months to provide free health clinics at shelters 

2021-2022 Leadership Team

MD Facilitator: Dr. Amanda Gibson of EVMS Ghent Family Medicine

Partners: Norfolk Street Choir at Freemason Baptist Church, Alena Stewart, Maryanne Gathambo, CSB

Telehealth Clinic Coordinators: Devon Dryer and Irene Peppiatt

HOPES Walk-In/Wound Care Clinic Coordinators: Sarah Phillips and Matilda Francis

Senior Coordinators: Monica Hana, Blake Nowakowski, Katherine Schaffer, Sümer Sebik

Communications Coodinator: Maddie Miles

Research Coordinator: Mike Pham

Inventory Coordinator: Wais Mojadedi

Data Coordinator: Kirstin Reed

Patient Navigators: Katherine Schaffer, Aaliyah Joseph, Tamanna Sahni


Interested in volunteering? Have questions?

Contact us at StreetHealth@EVMS.edu

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