The information content on this website has been updated. However, I understand that we do not have too many pictures on our website, so please be patient with us.
VHIO was featured in an article published in the Synapse, the UCSF student newspaper. The article discusses VHIO’s contributions to a Project Brown Bag Clinic last semester. Please click here to read the article.
As part of VHIO, many of us serve or will soon serve as healthcare interpreters at clinics, screenings, outreach events, medical conferences, and so on because we care about the underserved communities around the Bay Area. We understand how it’s
Spring semester workshop photos have been uploaded to the website! Please click on Photos to view them, and we hope to see you at the upcoming workshop this Sunday on April 8th!
The World Journal came to interview VHIO and our preceptor Dr. Yu at our hep B clinic at Chinatown Public Health Center. Click here to read the article about VHIO, what we do, the importance of interpretation, and our role
What: Fundraiser! Print and present this flyer, and 20% of your purchase will go towards supporting VHIO Where: Stuffed Inn (located at 1829 Euclid Ave) When: Wednesday 11/30 & Thursday 12/1 1-5pm Hopefully we will see many VHIO members there
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
There is an article in the SF Korea Times featuring VHIO! Click here to read more.
Thank you everyone who came out today! Today we had approximately 24 new patients, and out of those new patients 22 of them were Koreans! Thanks to our tabling at the Korean Cultural Festival last weekend, a teacher at a
Thank you to everyone who came to the first VHIO banquet tonight! We hope you all had a good time, got to know each other better, and are excited about our future directions next year.