An article on AMA Wire, a publication of the American Medical Association, interviews Moudi Hubeishy
, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Class of 2019. Hubeishy is founder and program director for UB HEALS
(Homeless health, Education, Awareness and Leadership in Street medicine), a community outreach program being conducted by UB medical students and physicians from the Jacobs School. “The program has won numerous awards and grants, and — more importantly — has reconnected many homeless individuals with the medical and social care they have been looking for, while exposing and educating medical trainees and professionals about the challenges faced by their patients with low socioeconomic status,” he said.