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Meet one of Latinos Salud’s newest employees!
Fernando De Hoyos brings to Latinos Salud vast experience in the fields of public health and community service. Born and raised in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, Fernando studied sociology at their Pontifical Catholic University. Then he moved to New York City where he worked for community organizations to promote awareness and prevention of HIV, and to assist the most vulnerable members of our society. “Manhattan was a great school for me, as I learned that being useful to our community, promotes a great sense of well being.”
An islander at heart, Fernando eventually moved to Hawaii, where he worked for an MRI research program at the School of Medicine of UH, which studied the effects of HIV in the human brain. At the same time he served as member of Life Foundation’s Board of Directors, the first and largest HIV/AIDS organization in the Pacific Rim.
Fernando is one of our HIV/STD Counselors, Linkage Specialist and Navigator. He also performs Life Coaching sessions, facilitates a Tuesday night Social for HIV-positive individuals and their friends, and oversees our English class (ESL) on Saturdays. Call Fernando for more information on these services, schedule an appointment, or just drop by and say hello.
How to Get Here
We’re located right on Wilton Drive, 100 yards East of Alibi plaza, and across the street from Manor Nightclub (also known as The Venue).
Don’t have transportation?
For some programs, we’ll come to meet you!