2014 Asian Pacific American Heritage Heroes
Royce C. Lin, M.D.
Royce C. Lin, M.D. is a physician specialist with the San Francisco Department of Public Health, serving low-income and at-risk clients at Tom Waddell Urban Health Center, San Francisco General Hospital, and the Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center. In his clinical work, Dr. Lin focuses on HIV care delivery to vulnerable populations, particularly patients who are multiply affected by homelessness and/or marginal housing, mental illness, addiction and social marginalization due to sexual orientation, gender identity, race, socioeconomic status, immigration status and other social factors.
Nancy L. Chang, RN, M.S.
Nancy L. Chang, RN, M.S. is the executive director and co-founder of Asian Network Pacific Home Care and Hospice, which provides culturally sensitive end-of-life care and home health to the Asian community in the greater Bay Area. A graduate of UCSF with a master's as an adult nurse practitioner, Nancy recognized a great need for access to health care within the Asian community. Through the vision of Nancy and her co-founders, Asian Network Pacific Home Care and Hospice is proud to have served thousands of patients over the last two decades.
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California Election Watch 2014: The Voter Guide
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