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South Georgia Farmworker Health Project 20th Anniversary Event

The South Georgia Farmworker Health Project (SGFHP) of Emory University’s Physician Assistant Program began in 1996 out of a trunk of a car with one faculty member and four students interested in migrant health issues.  Today, SGFHP is a hallmark of the Emory PA Program having served over 25,000 patients.  This year, we celebrate our 20th year of service to this community.  


The Anniversary event includes a program highlighting the migrant farmworker community, live music, a farm to table menu of heavy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, videos and pictures of the project, and more.    

September 23, 2016

Woodruff Health Sciences Center Auditorium and Plaza
1440 Clifton Rd, NE, Atlanta, GA
Please join us for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and entertainment to celebrate 20 years of offering compassionate care to the migrant farmworkers in South Georgia, featuring U.S. Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera.
 Entertainment by Les Pristines (featuring Karen Newell) and Musical Murmurs.
Ticket Price:  $60 per person or $100 per couple
Current students - $35 per person or $60 per couple
For more information, please contact Lauren Ellen.

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This celebration will be in conjuction with the 26th annual Emory PA Boad Review Course at the Emory Conference Center Sept. 21 - 24. You can register for the conference or just attend the celebration by clicking here

Agriculture is the largest economic driver in Georgia. Many crops need to be picked by hand and these hands belong to farmworkers who have no access to healthcare. Our long history with the many growers in South Georgia has built trust, respect and recognition of our mutual goal of keeping workers healthy.  A healthier community benefits everyone.

To learn more about the SGFWHP please click here

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