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Monica E. Lowell

Vice President of Community Relations

UMass Memorial Medical Center

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UMass Memorial Medical Center

119 Belmont Street

Worcester, Massachusetts,01605

United States

Company Description

UMass Memorial Health Care is the largest not-for-profit health care system in Central Massachusetts with more than 13,200 employees and 1,700 physicians, many of whom are members of UMass Memorial Medical Group. Our member hospitals and entities include Clint... more

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Greater Worcester Community Foundation

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Monica E. Lowell
UMass Memorial Health Care


MPHA Board

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Monica LowellMonica Escobar LowellVice President of Community Relations UMass Memorial HealthCare


Hispanic American Institute -

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Dr. Matilde Castiel, Commissioner of Health and Human Services for the City of Worcester; Nader Acevedo, Institute Executive VP; Congressman James P. McGovern; Michael Savage, VP Rockland Trust; Monica Escobar Lowell, VP Community Affairs, UMass Memorial Medical Center; Dr. Cristina Alvarado Nieves and Dr. Samir Malkani, of the Diabetes Center of Exellence, UMass Memorial.
Monica Escobar Lowell, Vice President of Community Relations at UMass Memorial, co-hosted the event with Nader Acevedo, Executive Vice President of the Institute. "We had great speakers and positive feedback" on the event, said Monica Lowell of UMass Memorial.


Alliance for Advancing Nonprofit Health Care

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The panelists for this discussion were: Eileen Barsi, Director, Community Benefit, at Catholic Healthcare West in San Francisco, Calif.; Diane Jones, Vice President, Healthy Communities, at Catholic Health Initiatives, in Denver, Colo.; DawnMarie Kotsonis, Executive Director of Community Benefit and of the Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital Foundation in Whittier, Calif.; Monica Lowell, Vice President, Community Relations, at UMass Memorial Health Care in Worchester, Mass.; and Carol Paret, Chief Community Benefit Officer at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System in Houston, Tex.


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For some families, it was not understanding the medication, said Monica Lowell, UMass Memorials vice president of community relations.
For others, they were living in homes where they had problems with mold or rodent infestation, but were afraid to speak up, because they thought they might be evicted. After partnering with some other local organizations, like Community Legal Aid, to help those families, the program saw a steep decline in the number of need-based referrals: after starting with around 20 participating households from the Belmont Street School the first year, for instance, only two were referred this past year, according to Ms. Lowell. Thanks to special state funding program coordinators secured last year, there is now a city-wide initiative aimed at tackling Worcesters pediatric asthma problem, she added, which is helping to train nurses throughout the school system.


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