Arturo Martinez Guijosa
Neighborhood House -- Staff Member
North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) -- Member
Arturo Martinez Guijosa is a young advocate and ambassador for improved community health outcomes. He has a bachelor’s degree in cellular biology from the University of Washington and has four years of experience working with the immigrant and refugee populations of the Greater Seattle area as a patient navigator supervisor. Currently, he is supporting fundraising efforts for Neighborhood House, a social service agency that serves over 15,000 low-income, immigrant, and refugee communities. He is also part of local coalitions and the North American Primary Care Research Group. He serves as a working member in a PCORI-funded project, Patient and Clinician Engagement, which is currently developing a robust community of patients and primary care providers with knowledge and understanding of the unique features of patient-centered outcomes research related to primary care.
Involvement with PCORI
Engagement Award: Setting the PaCE at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting 2019 -- John Westfall, MD, MPH
Engagement Award: NAPCRG's Patient and Clinician Engagement (PaCE) Program 2.0 – Working Group Member