Immokalee Health Education Site
Isabel Collier Read Medical Campus
Programs in Cross Cultural Medicine and Immigrant Health
In 2007, the FSU COM entered into an agreement with Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida to provide medical education opportunities and healthcare services for the rural and underserved population in Immokalee, Florida. There are now multiple options for medical students to complete portions of their required and elective medical education program in Immokalee.
The Center for Child Stress & Health is a SAMHSA National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative (NCTSI) Category II, Treatment and Service Adaptation Center.
The mission of the Center for Child Stress & Health is to provide clinical resource for patients, families and providers that will provide primary, secondary and tertiary health prevention for children exposed to toxic stress, especially those in rural and minority and underserved communities in Florida.
For more information visit our website at:
Jacqueline Perez - recipient of the Jules B. Chapman M.D. and Annie Lou Chapman Private Foundation Award.
Dr. Jose Quero received the Guardian of the Mission Award and Dr. Anna Simpson-O’Reggio received the Outstanding Community Faculty Educator Award.
The Immokalee campus hosted the 1st Annual Symposium on Integrated Care: Spirituality & Medicine on April 6-7, 2018.
Committed to providing integrated primary care services to our rural population.
Dr. Natalie Rivera received the Mission Award upon completion of the Health Psychology Postdoctoral program in August.
The Seminole Club of Naples volunteered their time at the Immokalee Health Education Site in honor of Seminole Service Day.
Bankers, lawyers, office workers and veterans worked side by side for the day as volunteers planting fruit trees at the Florida State University Immokalee Health Education…
The FSUCOM Clinical Health Psychology Postdoctoral Program has joined forces with Lee Health in Ft. Myers to expand the program in an effort to grow the health psychology…