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Monica Herrera named Finance and Commerce Rising Young Professional of 2021 – December 10, 2021

“Leading her team even when information about COVID was changing quickly, Herrera radiated calm and reassurance to staff and clients alike throughout the testing and vaccination waves…” Monica Herrera, Minnesota Community Care’s Urban Core Project Coordinator, was recently featured in Finance and Commerce as a Rising Young Professional of 2021. Read the story here.

Celebrating Julie Mosca’s 40 years at Minnesota Community Care
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Celebrating Julie Mosca’s 40 years at Minnesota Community Care

Since 1981, Julie Mosca has been a critical force in Minnesota Community Care’s growth, uplifting health equity through a variety of managerial roles. She began her 40-year organizational tenure at Humboldt High School’s School-Based Health Center. From there, she made leaps and bounds for the community by spearheading the opening of 10 School Based Health...

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Farmington Clinic – Health and Harvest 2021 Recap VIDEO

On October 23, 2021, Minnesota Community Care celebrated the opening of its Farmington Clinic. The Health and Harvest festival served as an opportunity to get to know the Farmington community and understand current health needs. Watch the following video for highlights of the community-based event. 

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Reuben Moore Featured on Stratis Health Podcast: Addressing Social Determinants of Health

Reuben Moore, Minnesota Community Care’s President and Executive Officer, appeared on Stratis Health’s 50th Anniversary Podcast Series back in April 2020. In this episode, Jennifer Lundblad, Stratis Health president and CEO, talks with Moore as a Board Member of Stratis Health. Listen to Moore discuss how addressing social determinants of health contributes to health equity...

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Pioneer Press Features Minnesota Community Care Expansion in Downtown Saint Paul – October 27, 2021

On October 27, 2021, Pioneer Press published a story on Minnesota Community Care’s expansion in to the Old St. Joseph’s Hospital in Downtown Saint Paul. “There’s huge demand. Losing St. Joe’s created a huge gap in care for 10,000 or 20,000 folks who were receiving care there.” says Reuben Moore, President and Executive Officer. Read...

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