There is a UCSF article in the series UCSF: Committed to the City. It highlights the hepatitis B clinic at Chinatown Public Health Center which we provide interpretation services for and emphasizes how VHIO interpreters pools our unique skills with
Last Saturday on October 15th was a busy day for VHIO. At the annual Chinatown Health Fair, VHIO volunteers helped with the Alzheimer’s screening by managing clinic flow, facilitating intake, administering a neurological exam, and interpreting during a consultation with
There is an article in the SF Korea Times featuring VHIO! Click here to read more.
VHIO will be going rock climbing either on Friday October 21st or October 28th (depending on what works best for everyone), at around 6:30pm. Please fill out the Doodle sent out in the email, and hope to see you there!
Help with SRO-CHIP’s next workshop, which will focus on educating community members for child education: Mon 10/10, 8pm ooVoo video conference Wed 10/12, 6:30 pm Child development workshop: rehearse before 10/22 workshop Location: UCSF Parnassus Sat 10/22, 9-12:30 am Actual
The October 2011 newsletter features successful September events, including orientation for all members as well as several volunteering events in which volunteers interpreted for a variety of services. A lot of exciting outreach is also going on, especially for Korean
Mt. Zion had over 20 new patients today, and most of them are Korean. Since we told them about the Chinatown Public Health Center clinic as well, we may start bringing Korean interpreters there as well. We will also work
Mt. Zion Hep B Clinic Saturday September 3rd, 9am-12pm 2330 Post Street at Divisadero Autumn Moon Festival Saturday September 3rd, 10am-4pm Irving St. between 22nd and 25th St. SF Volunteers will interpret for diabetes, hypertension, and cholesterol screening at this