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roposed, led, and staffed by student volunteers,
the clinic has provided a decade of primary, pre-
ventive health care to some of the city's most
vulnerable residents: the medically uninsured. From the
start, the students have worked in partnership with Elijah's
Promise, a comprehensive social services provider that
focuses on the city's homeless residents. Elijah's Promise
began as a soup kitchen, and nutrition is still its focus, with
260 healthful meals served 365 days a year. "It's a wonder-
ful partnership, which provides two basic necessities, food
and health care," says James Zullo, executive director,
The HIPHOP-Promise Clinic turns 10
this year, a milestone that gives
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
and the New Brunswick community
much to celebrate.
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