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OneWorld Unveils Updated Website

After months of creative work, OneWorld revealed its updated website in early January. The site now features an entirely new design, new photos, additional web pages (including one about OneWorld’s Baby Boutique) and a patient portal that will help patients easily access their medical information. In the coming months, OneWorld’s website team will work to […]

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OneWorld Works to Prevent and Detect Human Trafficking

According to a recent Presidential Proclamation, every year in the United States, millions of men, women and children are exploited for labor or sex. Human traffickers use violence, deceit and/or promises of a better life to prey upon some of the most vulnerable populations, including migrants, refugees fleeing conflict or disaster, homeless LGBT youth, Alaska […]

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Clinic Helps Young People Find Solutions for Stress

Young people under age 25 face a wide range of issues. Staff members at OneWorld’s Teen and Young Adult Health Center are prepared to provide comprehensive health care and support services designed especially for this age group. According to Amy Lacroix, M.D., a physician at the Teen and Young Adult Health Center, the clinic is […]

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Fathers Program Protects Newborns From Risky Infections

Expecting mothers routinely receive Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) and influenza vaccines during their prenatal appointments, but according to OneWorld Community Health Educator Pat O’Hanlon, R.N, it’s important for anyone who will be holding a new baby to receive these vaccinations. Pertussis (whooping cough) and the flu can be life-threatening for newborns, and if only […]

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OneWorld Employees Go the Extra Mile After Patient’s House Fire

When Norma Valle, a social assistance worker at OneWorld, learned that a Dec. 18 house fire had claimed everything a patient’s family owned, she sprang into action. As the social assistance worker assigned to their case, Valle first tried to help the family of seven through the process of finding community resources. She called several […]

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