Amelia MacIntyre

North American Management

Amelia MacIntyre joined North American Management (NAM) in November 2011 under the Health and Family Services Division as a Health Research and Policy Analyst. She provides assistance to NAM’s federal projects supported in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), which consist of the National Center for Health and Public Housing (NCHPH) and the National Center for Health and the Aging (HATA). Using community health centers as a focal point, she strives to reduce health inequities that exist among diverse and underserved populations. Ms. MacIntyre received a dual degree in Biology and Spanish from Gonzaga University and a Master of Science in Biotechnology from The Johns Hopkins University (JHU). Her former employment is comprised of work in non-profit settings as well as cancer research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Overall, her professional outlook emphasizes healthcare as it relates to innovation and multiculturalism.


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The Role of Community Health Centers in Reducing Cervical Cancer Inequities

Amelia MacIntyre

Cervical cancer incidence rates vividly demonstrate inequities in our health care systems and in health outcomes. Women in rural areas, the elderly, those with less formal education, and women of color, for example, experience disproportionately high rates of cervical cancer. Meanwhile, in rural communities, uninsured white women have some of the poorest access to routine screening of any patient population.

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