2019 annual report
Bridging Knowledge & Social Justice
message from the ceo
Compassion. Hope. Trust. Respect. Excellence.
That’s what our community has come to expect from La Clínica over the past 49 years.
We have always been guided by our recognition that creating healthier communities requires integrating health education and prevention into our health care delivery model. We do this every day by promoting our patients’ well-being in partnership with the broader community.
Community Health Education
La Clínica delivers community health education while pioneering twenty-first century evidence-based approaches to families, youth, children and communities.
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(Alameda, Contra Costa, and Solano Counties)
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La Clínica Hosts California Surgeon General Dr. Burke Harris
California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris (center back row) with several La Clínica providers and staff during her tour of our Fruitvale Village health center.
Oakland City Council Recognizes La Clínica
Oakland District 1 Councilmember Dan Kalb nominated La Clínica for the city’s annual Resolution celebrating César Chávez’s legacy. Councilmember Kalb recognized La Clínica for serving patients across three Bay Area counties but especially within District 1 in North Oakland, at both La Clínica Dental at Children’s Hospital and the School-Based Health Center TechniClinic at Oakland Tech High School.
La Clínica Family Physician and grandniece of César Chávez, Dr. Christina Chavez-Johnson (left), La Clinica CEO Jane García (middle), and Oakland District 1 Councilmember Dan Kalb
Jane García Honored as Alumna of the Year
La Clínica CEO Jane García was honored as Alumna of the Year for UC Berkeley School of Public Health.
La Clínica CEO Jane García (middle) with former interim dean for UC Berkeley School of Public Health William Dow (left), and the late Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente Bernard Tyson.
All That Jazz (& Sushi!) Celebrates 48th Anniversary
La Clínica celebrated 48 years of connecting communities to better health at our 2019 annual gala. We welcomed more than 300 guests at the lively Yoshi’s Jazz Club & Japanese Restaurant in Oakland to celebrate and dance to the Caribbean rhythms of legendary John Santos. Through the support and generous investments of our guests and sponsors, we were able to raise $101,170 at the event alone and more than $342,000 overall!
(left to right): Sake Barrel Breaking Ceremony: Yvonne Hudson-Harmon, La Clínica Board President; Yvette Radford, Kaiser Permanente; Laima Bobelis, Natixis Investment Managers; Jane García, La Clínica CEO; Logan Taylor, Union Bank; Gerry Kosko, Suhr Risk Services.
your gift matters
You make a huge impact every time you give to La Clínica. Thank you for coming along with us on this journey and for your commitment to our work. Together, we can create thriving communities and ensure the future of community health for generations to come.
investment in our community
We are grateful for the generous support from the government, foundations, and corporate communities. In 2019 they funded important La Clínica de La Raza programs and services.
board of directors
La Clínica’s Board of Directors is comprised of 14 members, of which more than 60% (9 members) are consumers, or patients, of La Clínica.
Improve the quality of life of the diverse communities we serve by providing culturally appropriate, high quality, and accessible health care for all.