Commitment to Service
The providers and staff at the Angel Harvey Family Health Center seize daily opportunities to provide the very best healthcare to our community. Evidence of staff members' commitment to our mission can be seen through the smiles on patient's faces, the health and wellness goals that patients attain, and through the amount of work many staff willingly give of their own time.
By day, Holly is an IWS therapist for the Child and Adolescent Counseling Services (CACS) department; on her own time, Holly is a dedicated Associate Board member.
Holly joined our Associate Board
because she wanted to
be involved in the IWS mission",
become a leader in Chicago",
ee a bigger picture of the Angel Harvey Family Health Center mission and have a voice in that part of the process."
Holly also notes that: "my work is often challenging but always very fulfilling. I am excited to be a part of the Associate Board, go to meetings and meet with other young professionals who support our mission and our families. Being a member of the Associate Board allows me to volunteer and give back, while at the same time providing me the opportunity to advocate for the needs of our families on a much broader scale."
Pedro is a supervisor in the billing department. This year, he participated in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon with Team IWS. If you were at the marathon, you may have seen Pedro at a table next to the Mexican Consulate. Before running, he handed out newsletters, patient information cards, and buttons to promote the hard work and dedication to family healthcare of the Angel Harvey Family Health Center.
When asked, Pedro said the opportunity to participate this year was an amazing challenge and wonderful experience. He has said that he is honored to support the mission of IWS and looks forward to running again.
A Special Message from Pedro:
"Special appreciation to the IWS team for the encouragement and support, I
couldn't have done it without all of you. I am blessed to have family and friends who gave me unlimited support, cheers, and energy to finish my first Bank of America Marathon. I ran 26.2 miles for kids. Kids are our future, therefore I ran on behalf of a single child to have an opportunity to Love, Live, Laugh, and Learn".