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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Health Care, International, International Migration & Refugee Issues

Mission: Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) is a national organization with a global vision. Our mission is to be a force for health justice. Our goal is to improve healthcare for migrants and other mobile workers by providing support, education, and professional development to health care providers who provide quality healthcare that increases access and reduces disparities for migrant workers and other mobile under-served populations.

Results: Demonstrating MCN's annual reach, here are our 2014 figures: 19,493 technical assistance encounters, 118 health center site visits, 1,954 trained clinicians, 133 continuing education hours provided, 9,895 Health Network clinic encounters, 8,586 Health Network patient encounters, 4,041 medical records transferred, 44 farms trained in dairy worker safety, 2,000 training hours provided for dairy worker safety, and fostered our 14th Environmental & Occupational Health Center of Excellence.

Programs: Migrant clinicians network, inc. Is an organization with more than 10,000 constituents whose work is overseen by a board of directors composed of frontline clinicians, researchers, and academics with experience in and commitment to migrant health. Mcn employs a professional staff of 21 based in five offices across the u. S. That carries out its work of servicing as a professional home for clinicians serving migrants. Within that scope, mcn focuses on creating cost effective solutions through engaging in research, developing appropriate resources, engaging outside partners, and running programs that support clinical care on the frontline ofmmigrant health. Mcn hrsa funded activities 7 peer reviewed publications, 7 research projects, 105 trainings- with 4,617 developing appropriate resources, engaging outside partners, and running programs that support clinical care on the frontline of professionals impacted, 20,125 ta encounters- regarding specific health concerns, funding, clinical, education, health policy, outreach, promotores, and research, 88 on site visits, 1,808 program resources offered with 127,612 program resources 4 directors composed of frontline clinicians, researchers, and academics with experience in and commitment to migrant health. Mcn is a force for healthcare justice for the mobile poor. Distributed via mail, conferences, on site visits, and website downloads

Community Stories

42 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

2 Gayle21

Board Member

Rating: 5

As a family physician caring for farmworkers in North Carolina, I have valued the clinical resources available for free on MCN's website. These resources include the case management service for farmworkers who are migrating with chronic medical issues. At my first East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, I met MCN's Amy Liebman, who generously mentored me in my role as a faculty member training medical students and residents in farmworker health when this was a new topic to me. I then became a board member and have benefitted from the resources represented by the entire staff. I frequently find relevant and interesting material in the weekly blog.

1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Amazing and timely work in Puerto Rico with the Zika virus outbreak, they have a remarkable Project ECHO underway to address this work.

1

Board Member

Rating: 5

MCN has a strong leadership team, careful financial oversight, a great reputation in the area of health, migration and justice, and a skilled and dedicated staff. Programatic highlights include the Health Networks Program, trainings of clinicians and health workers, and an occupational health program that includes education and advocacy.

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

El trabajo realizado por esta organización ha ayudado y sigue ayudando a tantas personas necesitadas. Una y otra vez la dedicación mostrada por el personal no falta en sorprenderme.

1

Donor

Rating: 5

I have been touched and inspired over the years by MCN. Working across borders, cultures and governments, they support efforts to bring healthcare to some of our most vulnerable populations. The challenges that they face are formidable. They never give up.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The work that is being done by Migrant Clinicians Network Inc. to combat poverty and improve the health of migrants is truly remarkable. Their staff is so dedicated to improving the lives of others. Thank you for all that you do.

1 alahay1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am an intern at MCN and am constantly amazed by the work they do. They passionately advocate for Migrant Workers who are often neglected in the scope of workers rights advocacy. They work tirelessly to come up with new and innovative ways to reach this population and make significant changes. I am so impressed by all of the different angles they take to approach this issues from worker training to webinars to clinic partnerships and providing onsite training for clinicians. Keep it up MCN :)

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

These people are extremely dedicated to the work they do in order to bring about important and needed change!!

1

Volunteer

Rating: 3

El trabajo que realizan es de gran beneficio para esta población y ustedes están realizando esta tarea admirable .

Pido a quienes pueden contribuir a esta noble causa su apoyo.

Sigan adelante

1 Jose26

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

As an educational and advocacy group MCN means hope for hundred of farmworkers and clinicians who work with them