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Brenda Tsuchiya

Bloomberg Fellow

Brenda Tsuchiya is a seasoned nurse with 23 years of experience. Over the past 12 years, she has served as a family nurse practitioner at the Family Health Center of Worcester (FHCW) based Massachusetts, providing trauma-informed primary care services to diverse and underserved populations, ranging from newborns to the elderly. Passionate about health equity, Brenda is dedicated to ensuring that every individual, regardless of age or background, has access to top-quality healthcare. Beyond her clinical duties, Brenda is on the executive leadership team at FHCW as the Medical Director of Primary Care, where she channels her expertise to enhance and shape healthcare delivery practices for those most in need.  

The Family Health Center of Worcester is a distinguished Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving the residents of Worcester, Massachusetts. With a mission to improve the health and well-being of all residents, especially culturally diverse populations, the center provides affordable, integrated, and high-quality primary healthcare and social services, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. In addition to primary care, FHCW provides behavioral health care, prenatal care, dentistry, urgent care, refugee immigrant health services, HIV/viral Hepatitis care, and gender affirming care. Family Health Center operates from its main site and extends its care through seven school-based health centers in Worcester.. Additionally, Family Health Center of Worcester operates Worcester Health Care for the Homeless (WHCH) and administers the Women Infant Children (WIC) nutrition program at five sites in the Greater Worcester area. 

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