Shukriyyah Mitchell Hinton, Senior Director of Outreach and Advocacy here at NNCC, has been a public health nurse for 14 years. Throughout her nursing career, she has been an advocate for improved o

NNCC AmeriCorps programs place members at organizations across Philadelphia and Pennsylvania that work to eradicate poverty through direct community engagement and program management. AmeriCorps VISTA

Carve Out Your Unique Nursing Career

Mar 08, 2024 | Nurse-Led Care News

  Kerienne M. Huggins is a current Public Health Nurse Supervisor at NNCC. A registered nurse from Philadelphia, PA, she attended Notre Dame of Maryland University, where she obtained her Bachelor of

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  Diabetes is a growing concern in the United States, affecting millions of lives and disproportionately impacting the most vulnerable communities. Within this landscape, residents of public housing,

Relationship-Driven Healthcare: Nurse Home Visitors

Feb 20, 2024 | Nurse-Led Care News

National Nurse-Led Care Consortium annually serves about 800 families in Philadelphia through its two evidence-based nurse home visiting programs -- the Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership and Mabel

What are NNCC Staff Looking Forward to in 2024?

Jan 30, 2024 | Nurse-Led Care News

It’s the start of a new year, and everyone is looking forward to something. Whether it’s your New Year’s resolution or end of year goals, we are looking ahead! Curious to know what the NNCC staf

  Earlier this week, NNCC's Executive Director Sarah Hexem Hubbard joined patients and advocates in the Pennsylvania State Capitol to speak in support of legislation that would increase access to he

It’s official: 2023 was the hottest year on record. Less than two weeks after the start of the new year, scientists at NASA confirmed that global temperatures were around 2.1 degrees Fahrenheit abo

First-time parents face many challenges, especially those living in America's "poorest big city." Issues with poverty, housing instability, and unreliable transportation to medical appointments comp