Just like the boy in the video below, the entire team at Village Health Partners makes a difference every single day…for patients, for peers, for the community and in so many more ways. We shine a spotlight on all that our team does to make a difference each and every day. Then, we celebrate them as a team. 

We believe that every person can make a difference, regardless of their role within the organization. Our patient communications team can make a difference in patient's lives by being kind and courteous as they help patients schedule appointments. Our check-in team is the face of our practice and makes a difference by greeting patients with a smile. Our medical assistants make a difference by providing support and lending a listening ear. Our medical providers make a difference by meeting patients where they are in their healthcare journey. Leadership makes a difference by supporting their team and by helping them grow personally and professionally. Regardless of your role or title, we know that you make a difference. Our employees are our greatest asset, and we cannot wait to work with you.


February 17, 2021

Kudos to Addy for #MakingADifference! Even at 6:00 am she is always ready to serve our team with a smile on her face, swabbing our providers and team to make sure we continue to stay safe in the office. Thank you Addy for your dedication and positive attitude throughout this journey!

January 7, 2021

Thank you Dr. Okammor for pouring into the future! Your time and dedication make a tremendous impact on the community now, and later.

December 30, 2020

Meet Nurse Practitioner Alycia Hawkins! We applaud Alycia for her heroism as she represented Village Health Partners in the fight against COVID-19 in New York earlier in the year. Alycia put her health on the line, risked her safety, and sacrificed time away from her husband and three children all to lend a helping hand to more patients battling this horrific virus.


This week, we are proud to announce Alycia was one of the first Village Health Partners providers to receive the innovative mRNA vaccine, Moderna. Alycia chose to be vaccinated for her family and patients. Her youngest son has a rare lung disease and, like many other chronic disease patients, will benefit from herd immunity.