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January 11th 2014:Special Encore Presentation of Caring for One Another at Neighborcare Health An interview with Tricia Madden and Mark Aytch

The value we place on community includes healthcare for every man, woman and child, no matter their circumstances. Neighborcare Health in Seattle is an independent community clinic that uncompromisingly provides 100% access to everyone, no matter their economic situation, status of health, or insurance coverage. Beyond their 4 walls, they are on the street, in people’s homes, talking with the homeless and working to build trust among the most marginalized people in the community. Meet Tricia Madden, Program Manager, Homeless Services and Mark Aytch, Physician’s Assistant, as we discuss the da

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Tricia Madden

Tricia Madden is the Homeless Services Program Manager at Neighborcare Health. She has her BS in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University. Before joining Neighborcare Health, Tricia worked with Healthcare for the Homeless providing family and child therapy for homeless families. She began working at Neighborcare as a mental health therapist at the 45th Street Medical clinic in 2004, then joined the Housing Health Outreach Team based at Pike Market Medical Clinic. Tricia became the Homeless Services Program Manager for Neighborcare’s in 2010.
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Mark Aytch

Mark Aytch is a Physician’s Assistant with Neighborcare Health, having received his degree from the University of Washington and his National Commission of Physician Assistants certification in 2000. He worked as a nurse in the US Army for 13 years primarily with refugee populations during wartime and soldier's families during peacetime. He is an avid motorcyclist, urban chicken farmer, jazz historian and father of two.
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