We’re excited to announce that Magnolia Medical Foundation will be providing the National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach Training (NDPP) for those interested in becoming a CDC certified lifestyle coach. NDPP is an evidence-based lifestyle change program for preventing type 2 diabetes. Interested in becoming a lifestyle coach for the National Diabetes Prevention program? Register at https://forms.gle/jatNMVn3nw6XDhyW7.
Join Magnolia Medical Foundation’s CDC Certified National Diabetes Prevention Program. Program participants receive fresh produce every two weeks, virtual training, and recipe and guides to prepare healthy foods. Contact Mireya Alexander at 228.860.7530 to register.
Our lady of Fatima Catholic Church and Magnolia Medical Foundation are collaborating to open a community pantry on November 20th, 2020 located at 2090 Pass Road, Biloxi MS 39531. St. Martin’s Fresh pantry, as it will be called, intends to serve the Gulf Coast community area by providing fresh fruit and vegetables as well as cleaning supplies for families thatmeet […]
Founder and Executive Director of Magnolia Medical Foundation, Dr. Erica Thompson, awarded 2020 Pioneer Award by the Diabetes Coalition of Mississippi
The Diabetes Coalition of MS notes, “The Pioneer Award is presented to one individual each year who has demonstrated excellence in the field of diabetes prevention, awareness, and treatment. The recipient of this award has gone above and beyond to reduce the prevalence of diabetes across Mississippi in addition to educating the public on the risk factors for diabetes and […]
Magnolia Medical Foundation hosts community education sessions about ACA and Medicare enrollment options
In the month of October, Magnolia Medical Foundation teamed up with two local health insurance partners to host a series of virtual community education seminars around the Affordable Care Act and Medicare. The virtual attendance was outstanding with about fifty people logging into the meetings. Participants stated that the information was valuable and provided a better understanding of the Medicare […]
Magnolia Medical Foundation would like to thank the Southern Poverty Law Center for their one time emergency food security grant of $50,000. This grant will help us serve many families during this time.
Alcorn State University’s Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) team selects MMF as its community-based organization of choice
We would like to thank the President, faculty, staff, and students of Alcorn State University for selecting us as one of their community based organizations of choice to support our COVID-19 relief work. Dr. Erica Thompson represented Magnolia Medical Foundation and received the reward on its behalf.