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Chinatown medical outreach to expand on Oahu with new van

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A team of health care professionals and volunteers that treats the medical needs of Chinatown’s homeless twice a week has now been augmented with a colorfully painted new Nissan van that will deploy next month to Oahu’s North Shore, Leeward Coast and Central Oahu to expand medical aid to even more of the island’s homeless and medically needy. Pictured are Brian Esquivel, youth case manager, Lara Geyrozaga of Project Vision and coordinator Mono Ah Nee-Bahn.
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Mono Ah Nee-Bahn talks with a recent patient Danny Honea.
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A team of health care professionals and volunteers that treats the medical needs of Chinatown’s homeless twice a week has now been augmented with a colorfully painted new Nissan van that will deploy next month to Oahu’s North Shore, Leeward Coast and Central Oahu to expand medical aid to even more of the island’s homeless and medically needy. Pictured are coordinator Mono Ah Nee-Bahn, Brian Esquivel, youth case manager, and Lara Geyrozaga, Project Vision.
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Danny Honea talks about the care he received from the medical outreach doctors.
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Brian Esquivel, left, stands inside the van with and Mono Ah Nee-Bahn.
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A team of health care professionals and volunteers that treats the medical needs of Chinatown’s homeless twice a week has now been augmented with a colorfully painted new Nissan van that will deploy next month to Oahu’s North Shore, Leeward Coast and Central Oahu to expand medical aid to even more of the island’s homeless and medically needy.

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Chinatown medical outreach to expand on Oahu with new van