St. Hope Foundation is pleased to announce the recent credentialing of Nourhane Badawi, RPh, AAHIVP, Helen Muoneke, RPh, AAHIVP and Riham Alaswad, RPh, AAHIVP. They successfully passed the rigorous credentialing exam for the American Academy of HIV Medicine and are now recognized as Expert HIV Pharmacists (AAHIVP).
St. Hope Foundation is pleased to announce the recent credentialing of its staff. These individuals successfully passed the rigorous credentialing process for the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
The holidays are a time for spreading cheer, spending time with loved ones and indulging in food and drink. Unfortunately, for those living with hepatitis C, it’s those things that can make holidays a difficult time of year. Hepatitis C symptoms can range from depression and anxiety to loss of appetite and different forms of…
St. Hope Foundation Health Centers have providers experienced in providing PrEP treatment. and social workers to provide counseling to patients around PrEP.
This year, St. Hope Foundation recognized the exceptional work put forth by its teams. The SHF Management Team voted and the results are in.
Congratulations to Ana Gaytan for being named our 2017 Employee of the Year. Thank you for your commitment to quality care here at St. Hope Foundation.
Take steps to manage your diabetes and keep your heart healthy! Get help managing your diabetes. Contact the caring professionals at St. Hope. Call *713) 778-1300 today!
The 2018 ACA Open Enrollment period ends tonight at 11:59 PM (December 15). Let St. Hope Foundation help you navigate the health insurance marketplace.
Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in America today. According to the American Diabetes Association, 30.3 million Americans had diabetes as of 2015, a number which has only grown since. With more than one million diagnoses each year, it’s important Americans learn to recognize developing symptoms and know when to be examined by…
It is enough of a challenge to manage either diabetes or depression on its own. Both diseases can monopolize your attention and reduce the quality and length of your life. A US Department of Veteran Affairs study found depression might reduce life expectancy by five years. For diabetes, that number could be as high as…
What is a Cataract? Are you at risk? Is there a cure? St. Hope’s own Dr. Ivan Srut O.D. shares his knowledge on the subject matter.