The Health & Justice Project is a series of interviews from Jericho Road Family Practice in Buffalo, New York. We talked with volunteers, medical professionals and, most importantly, the patients who make up this community-based practice; a practice founded on the belief that all people deserve quality healthcare.
You can listen to the entire series of interviews or as individual episodes. To hear each story click on the photos below.
Dr. Glick is the founder of Jericho Road Family Practice. In these three segments, he shares his experiences as a family doctor and how they have shaped his convictions on healthcare. We hear how Dr. Glick’s faith lead him to open a neighborhood practice with a decidedly different approach to healthcare. Dr. Glick discusses a model for [...]
A healthcare professional does her best each day to help people navigate the often confusing process of finding affordable health insurance. Music Credit: “Naptime” (ethan-davis) / CC BY-SA 3.0
One man finds his faith is rewarded when his family and congregation bring him to Jericho Road Family Practice. Music Credit: “night of violins” (narrative) / CC BY 3.0
After over twenty years of marriage one couple is offered a chance to get the healthcare coverage they desperately need, but there’s one catch. Music Credit: “Kontemplatief Advent Track 02″ (bensonofone) / CC BY-NC 3.0
A young doctor learns an important lesson about compassionate care while volunteering with Jericho Road Family Practice. Music Credit: “Domes – Nikako… (Instrumental)” (domes) / CC BY-SA 3.0
A young couple faces the challenges of providing healthcare for themselves and their children while running a family business. Music Credit: Human Qualities by Explosions in the Sky
One man compares the cost of going to the doctor against the even greater cost of putting it off. Music Credit: “TronicTribe – Intermission – Samples: ukulele, kick” (TronicTribe Presents:) / CC BY 3.0
A patient from the early days of Jericho Road Family Practice talks about her relationship with her doctor and the powerful impact it has had on her life. Music credit:“29 July 2011″ (T.C. Randolph) / CC BY 3.0