BORDER HEALTH

 

Health issues transcend geographic boundaries. Dealing with disease and promoting healthy living in the border region requires line-crossing partnerships. SEAHEC works to enhance the well-being of people living in Southeastern Arizona’s US-Mexico border region by collaborating with communities to enhance prevention and care.  Our Border/Binational program hosts the The Arizona Border Communities Health Network/Binational Health Council of Ambos Nogales The Arizona Border Communities Health Network/Binational Health Council of Ambos Nogales.

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Another successful “Can We Talk?” Parent-Teen Communication Retreat

“…we all need to be open-minded with one another, perhaps the situation we are going through is the same situation our parents faced,”
“I loved the program. I thank you for the opportunity you give in order to understand our kids.” Continue reading

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Dr. Quiñones Hinojosa

Video: Dr. Quiñonez Hinojosa on Mentoring Future Physicians

“All I wanted to do was make it better for the next generation.” Dr. Alfred Quiñones-Hinojosa, who came to the US as a migrant farm worker, and fulfilled his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon/oncologist. Now he mentors youth who would be physicians. Continue reading

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Raymond Larez, FHL Alumnus, returned to participate in BISLE.

SEAHEC FHL Alumnus Returns to Participate in BISLE

When asked about how participating in Future Health Leaders helped him decide on a career path, he says, “If it wasn’t for Med-Club, pursuing a Masters degree in Public Health wouldn’t have been a possibility.” Continue reading

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