Jean Carney

Criteria for and selection process of outreach workers with MIHOW project

Barbara Clinton explains how partnerships between local community health clinics and the Center for Health Services (CHS) facilitated the development of the Maternal-Infant Health Outreach Worker Project (MIHOW). It was up to the community-run clinics to outline criteria for and elect outreach workers for the Center’s program. See the full length video of this road trip conversation …

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Grant proposal process for the Douglas Community Health Center

Jean Carney details the convoluted grant proposal and approval process for establishing the Douglas Community Health Center, and the lengths to which she and others had to go to make it happen. Despite the several setbacks, she persisted and the money came through.   Full footage of Jean Carney’s tour and narrative of the Douglas …

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Origins of the Douglas Community Health Center’s Board of Directors

Jean Carney recounts the story of how the Board of Directors for the Douglas Community Health Center in Stanton, Tenn. first came to be, as well as the role Irwin Venick‘s feasibility study played in determining the community’s need for a clinic.   Full footage of Jean Carney’s tour and narrative of the Douglas Community …

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Behind the scenes at Douglas Community Health Center

Jean Carney reminisces the early days of Douglas Community Health Center in Stanton, Tenn. Following a brief overview of the clinic’s architectural layout and functional operations, she delves into the impact of race relations on healthcare at the time.   Full footage of Jean Carney at the old Douglas Community Health Center.