Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program

The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania trains leading physician graduates of U.S. residency training programs who have a strong commitment to improving health care in community settings. Penn clinical scholars will become highly capable health services researchers, able to develop research that is highly relevant to the broader community as well as translating research findings into action.
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Community Health Initiatives at Penn (CHIP)

The purpose of CHIP is to promote health care in the local Philadelphia community through volunteer service in local clinics, financial support of healthcare non-profits and free clinics in West Philadelphia and abroad through fundraising events, and community outreach through participation in community health fairs and health events.
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Service Link at Sayre Health Center

As a school-based community health center, Sayre Health Center in West Philadelphia serves a high population of patients who are low-income and uninsured. Service Link strives to fill the gap between medical care and social services by using online tools to connect low-income patients with basic resources that they need to stay healthy, such as health insurance, food, housing, and heating assistance.
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