Falguni Patel, MPH
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As Director of Community Impact, Falguni is responsible for designing, recommending, and implementing a strategic plan to ensure the Hospital's community-benefit goals are aligned with regulatory standards and hospital mission, inclusive of needs assessments. She leads the hospital's employee volunteering and community engagement activities, including the CHOP Cares Community Grants Program, and support for Homeless Health Initiative. Falguni is available to connect with all CHOP employees interested in community programming.
Falguni Patel has 10 years of experience in project management with extensive expertise in research design, program evaluation, and community-engaged programming. Before joining CHOP, Falguni was the Program Director for St. Christopher's Foundation for Children, where she led community-based programming for the children in the service area of St. Christopher's Hospital. Falguni has also led trauma-informed programs that improved mental and physical health, increased economic security, and protected child development among low-income families in Philadelphia. Falguni received her Master in Public Health from Drexel University.
BA - Psychology – University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD
MPH - Community Health & Prevention - Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Director, Community Impact
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