COPE Health Solutions

COPE Health Solutions, formerly Community Outreach Prevention and Education (COPE), started as a community outreach program formed by a group of UCLA student volunteers with the common goal to provide health education to the underprivileged and uninsured in the Los Angeles community. In the years following, COPE Health Solutions has evolved into a thought leader in healthcare that provides business and clinical integration, and health workforce solutions. They continue to focus on improving the health of the community, now through the redefinition of healthcare systems.

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The Paul Torrens Health Forum

The Paul Torrens Health Forum is a free and dynamic monthly program featuring leading experts from across the country discussing critical issues in public health. Topics range from the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, to the impact of social media on healthcare delivery, and global health. The monthly forum draws a knowledgable audience of healthcare leaders, and faculty and students across Southern California.

Dr. Paul Torrens is a Professor Emeritus of the Department of Health Policy & Management, and is the Founding Director of the EMPH Program. During his 40-year tenure as a professor, Dr. Torrens has patiently guided, mentored, and advised generations of students for countless distinguished careers in public health.

For upcoming forum dates and past forum videos, click here.

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FUDEM is a private nonprofit foundation that provides holistic services in visual health in a way that is accessible to al Salvadorans, especially for those who are economically vulnerable. Patients find professional and quality attention to solve their visual needs in four Visual Health Centers located in Colonia Flor Blanca, Soyapango, San Miguel, and Santa Ana. FUDEM also has mobile units that go to neighborhoods, communities, and settlements of difficult access that do not have access to ophthalmological services.

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