Marin Community Clinics'
Community Health Champion Award
We are proud to share that Marin Community Clinics honored us with a Community Health Champion award at their Summer Solstice Celebration in June. Operation Access has partnered with Marin Community Clinics for many years in an effort to provide specialty care services for those in need in Marin County. Dr. Timothy Sowerby, a longtime volunteer, gave a inspiring speech about his commitment to the underserved through his work with Operation Access and Marin Community Clinics.
To read his speech click here.
2015 Honorees posing with Linda Tavaszi, MCC Executive Director. From left: Youth Honoree, Carolina Perez, Linda Tavaszi, Jason Beers accepting on behalf of Operation Access, Youth Honoree, Maria Benitez, and Marin Community Clinics' Volunteer Physical Therapist, Leslie Cunningham. Photo by Jocelyn Knight Photography.
Click here to watch a slideshow of the event photos!
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||Dr. Long, who has volunteered with OA since 1996, credits his office team, and the nurses, and the anesthesiologists at CPMC who make it easy for him to "just do" the procedures for OA patients.
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| John Long, MD
||“The fact that I needed medical care and was uninsured really affected me emotionally. I was constantly on edge. I was very worried thinking I had cancer and didn’t have the means to take care of it.”
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