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Wicked Local

You can’t keep a good cyclist down. After being forced to the sidelines last year, Medford resident Stacy Kirkpatrick made a much-anticipated return to the road for the 35th annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, Aug. 1-2.

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Boston Globe

It’s a long way from his practice at Massachusetts General Hospital, where Gonzalez sees more well-heeled patients. The homeless sometimes can’t, sometimes won’t get to mainstream hospitals, so for nearly two decades, Gonzalez, 76, has taken his black bag to them at the Barbara McInnis House on Albany Street, where Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) runs a treatment center.

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Jamaica Plain Gazette

JP resident Mala Rafik joins with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program CEO Barry Bock and Needham resident Doug Brooks at the BHCHP’s “Medicine that Matters” fundraising gala at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel May 6.

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North End Post Gazette

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) recently honored Howard K. Koh, MD, professor of the practice of public health leadership and director of the Leading Change Stuio at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health with it's Dr. Jim O'Connell Award.

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Boston Herald

Construction of a $14 million affordable housing and medical care facility for homeless people is expected to be completed late this year in Jamaica Plain and reach full occupancy early next year.

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Eagle Tribune

Dr. Howard K. Koh of Andover, professor of the practice of public health leadership and director of the Leading Change Studio at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, is being honored by the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program for his work with the homeless.

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WBUR

In this Kind World story, Cheryl Kane, a nurse with the Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program, recalls an unforeseen moment with Max that continues to inform her nursing practice, years later.

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Santa Barbara Independent

A few weeks after a 600-person army of volunteers scoured Santa Barbara County to tally the homeless population and assess their needs, a lecture hall packed with UCSB students heard from two out-of-town doctors about the importance of “street medicine” in providing care to the indigent.

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WBUR

While Boston continues to deal with mountains of snow and extreme cold, the city is also grappling with an even larger than usual number of homeless people.

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Wicked Local

Dr. Virginia Barrow of Winchester has found her true calling.

Since 2011, Barrow, known as Ginger, has been providing medical health care for homeless patients in downtown Boston as a physician on staff at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program.

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