Cristo Rey Jesuit High School School-based Health Center
(09/01/1997 – 06/30/1998)
A project of the Loyola School of Nursing completed a needs assessment at Cristo Rey High School to establish and maintain a school-based health center for the medically under-served Latino children and youth in the Pilsen/Little Village neighborhoods of Chicago. The mission of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School is to offer a Catholic college preparatory education for the immigrant families of Chicago's near southwest side.
The clinic operated as a site for clinical practice for Loyola's pediatric and women's health nurse practitioner students and graduate nutrition students. This was funded by the Visiting Nurses Association.
Loyola School of Nursing currently works with Cristo Rey through an Annual Health Fair.
- G. Gorman, Graduate Fellow, School of Nursing
- B. Ascher, Graduate Fellow, School of Social Work/School of Law
- D. Hackbarth, Nursing, Loyola University
- L. Martinez-Schallmoser, Nursing, Loyola University
- Sr. Judy Murphy, Cristo Rey High School
- K. Noonan, Undergraduate Student
- A. Kumar, Undergraduate Student
- L. De Anda, Undergraduate Student