Medical staff at federally qualified health centers are the unsung heroes of healthcare for all, and the team at North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) is no exception. Since 2002, NTACHC has provided high quality medical services to low income populations, bridging the gap of health disparities and medical accessibility. In 2019, the centers served 13,000 patients, and numbers are growing. To meet increasing demand, NTACHC has welcomed two new doctors, two new family practitioners, and a new director of nursing and access. Dr. Rodriguez is now the Director of Pediatrics, bringing her passion for culturally aware community health.
Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser Natalie Musgrave Dossett, nominated by the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, has been a passionate fundraiser and advocate for multiple nonprofits including the Episcopal School of Dallas, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Dallas Museum of Art (where she served as a docent), the Visiting Nurse Association of Dallas (VNA), and the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD). She served as chair for the RMHD capital campaign, raising more than $12 million to expand the House, adding 30 additional family rooms – all completed ahead of schedule. In addition, at RMHD, Dossett has served as board chair, Trains at NorthPark co-chair, and gala co-chair. Her dedication to causes important to her, combined with her leadership abilities, ignite the passion of donors, old and new, resulting in success on any project she supports.