Highlights of Three 2016 Hispanic Small Businesses

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3.   A Latina’s Journey from Dominican Republic to Immigrant to CEO

Starting a family and a medical practice to help an underserved Hispanic Community.

“I knew that with all of the knowledge I had gained throughout my time in the medical field that I could help transform the quality of care for a much neglected population. We have opened our doors for this community to get access to affordable, dignified, high quality health care in a state-of-the-art facility. This will be my legacy.”

Formé Medical Center and Urgent Care

For years, I had been feeling the need to help my fellow Hispanic community after spending 26 years serving the affluent population at Scarsdale Medical Group.

I joined Formé Medical Center and Urgent Care as their CEO and partner in September of 2015, where I was blessed to find my partner, Gina Cappelli, someone who shared the same vision of helping the underserved and uninsured community.

I knew that with all of the knowledge I had gained throughout my time in the medical field that I could help transform the quality of care for a much neglected population.

We have opened our doors for this community to get access to affordable, dignified, high quality health care in a state-of-the-art facility.

This will be my legacy.

Read the full articles:

Hispanic Businesswomen Are Baking Up Goodness

A Family’s Entrepreneurial Journey Began in Cuba

A Latina’s Journey from Dominican Republic to Immigrant to CEO

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