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Mission Statement

Our mission is to facilitate dialogue between patients and their healthcare professionals.


Are you or is someone you love living with a chronic health condition? Do you pride yourself on overcoming everyday health challenges? Are you passionate about helping others? Join Health Monitor’s team of Community Health Ambassadors, and we’ll give you the tools and training you need to inspire your friends and neighbors to live a better, healthier life.

What’s a community health ambassador (CHA)?
Health Monitor’s CHAs are passionate, dedicated volunteers who spread messages of hope, healing and education to people living with cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and other health conditions.

What will you do?
Participate in community events, like health fairs, hospital open houses, health events at houses of worship, senior centers and more. We won’t send you out empty-handed! Along with copies of our trusted patient education publications, we’ll provide you with an official Community Health Ambassador badge, personalized flyers and other tools.



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Would you recommend Health Monitor Network's Community Health Ambassadors?

by Olga J. (October 21, 2016)
My mother lost her battle with cancer. She didn't know much about the disease, didn't know where to get information or what type of treatment she needed. I would like to inform people before it's to late for them. Not just about cancer but any other health related information that would help anyone get the assistance they deserve before its to late.
by Maryam F. from Irving, TX (December 23, 2014)
This is Public Health in action! Bridging the health disparity gaps goes a long way and CHAs are among the unsung heroes. Highly recommended!