We are honored to have partnered with the San José Clinic to tell the story of their first 100 years providing healthcare to Houston’s underserved. Please see the joint letter introducing this issue from Houston History editor, Debbie Harwell, and San José Clinic President and CEO, Maureen Sanders.
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The San José Clinic’s activities foreshadowed future successes for the clinic, changing tens of thousands of lives, as it took advantage of advancing medical technology, expanding community partnerships, and twice moving to new and larger facilities in the decades to come.
By Joseph Castillo In the forty years that she has been with the San José Clinic, Maria has watched the clinic grow and maintain its family-like community. Her devotion and ability to connect with patients in both Spanish and English make her a beloved member of the San José Clinic community. Photo courtesy of the San José […]
A Patchwork of Our Past Vol. 10, No. 3 (Summer 2013) Download PDF Letter from Editor Joe Pratt 2 Joseph Finger: The Man Behind Houston’s Iconic Architecture By Josh Levine 7 Houston: Craft Brew City By Anjelica Guevara 12 Bobbie Lee, Da Mayor of Fifth Ward: The Black Invisible Social Construct By Aaron […]