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​​​​A Conversation with Monica Robins

NAMI Geauga County March Speaker Meeting

March 26, 2015

6:30 p.m.

R.S.V.P. Below

Monica Robins is an Emmy award winning reporter well known as one of Northeast Ohio’s most reliable sources for health news.  As Senior Health Correspondent, she has earned the respect of the region’s medical establishments including The Academy of Medicine of Cleveland and Northern Ohio for fair, accurate and unbiased reporting. 

Her dedication to providing quality health information to Northeast Ohio earned her several prestigious awards including the Community Service Award from Fairview, Lakewood, Lutheran Hospitals and the Community West Foundation, the Bronze Key award from Recovery Resources, the media award from the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga county for her indepth coverage of the heroin epidemic in Northeast, Ohio.   

She served on former Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell’s think tank for “Steps to a Healthier Cleveland,” and assisted in securing funding for “Aligning Forces for Quality.”  A Robert Woods Johnson Foundation initiative aimed at helping chronically ill patients achieve quality care.  She is a sought after public speaker and often talks about the need to be one’s own health advocate. 

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