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Susan Friedberg Kalson

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Somber male doctor looking over his shoulder while wearing scrubs and a face mask

I run the Squirrel Hill Health Center, a nonprofit federally funded community health center in Pittsburgh. My organization is one of 1,400 federally funded community health organizations, which serve 29 million people across the United States. We are truly on the front lines in this quite horrific and shocking moment of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many people have asked me what it feels like in the trenches. The answer? We feel very much alone.

The Squirrel Hill Health Center serves approximately 8,000 individual patients a year. We see everybody, whether they have health...

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Holding hands

Susan Friedberg Kalson is the CEO of the Squirrel Hill Health Center in Pittsburgh and Chair of the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism. This blog post is adapted from remarks given during a virtual Commission on Social Action meeting on March 18.

I run the Squirrel Hill Health Center, a nonprofit federally funded community health center in Pittsburgh. My organization is one of 1,400 federally funded community health organizations, which serve 29 million people across the United States. We are truly on the front lines in this quite horrific and shocking moment of the...

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