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The Yale-Jefferson Award for Public Service: Awarded to Richard & Patricia Gibbs

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Published on Dec 5, 2013

The Gibbses were recognized with the Yale-Jefferson Award for Public Service by the AYA for founding and sustaining the San Francisco Free Clinic (SFFC), which provides urgent medical care to uninsured people in San Francisco. More than 8,000 patients visit the clinic each year to receive medications and care at no cost. For nearly 20 years, the Gibbses have taught, mentored, and inspired Yale medical students doing their Primary Care clinical rotation at the clinic. With the precedents established by SFFC, and with their help as early advisors, the Gibbses were instrumental in the development of the HAVEN Free Clinic, Yale School of Medicine's student-run free clinic.

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