Muslim Health Professionals of Puget Sound, is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that aims to promote the career, service, and personal development of Muslims in healthcare in Seattle and surrounding areas. 1 Provide regular health services to low-income families, including those lacking health insurance in the Puget Sound. 2 Host health talks and educational events at local mosques and restaurants. 3 Provide vertical and horizontal mentorship for both high school and undergraduate students interested in careers in healthcare. 4 Host networking events for professionals in order to increase collaboration and allow avenues for them to volunteer and give back to their community. 5 Host health care conferences and health fairs to provide education and services to the community. Our goal at MHP is to do the most good we can. With community partners such as the Mercy Association Center, the Makkah Islamic School, masajid around the Puget Sound, the Muslim Community Resource Center (MAPS-MCRC) and the Somali Health Board, along with institutional support from the University of Washington School of Medicine and Dentistry. MHP is a growing organization on a trajectory for measured and sustainable service.
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