Amy Jenter, LICSW

Retiring from social work after more than 35 years, I found I had lots of spare time and wanted to “give back.” I practiced in a community clinic and in a hospital in Dorchester MA, but most of my career was at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. I was primarily on the cardiac unit but also worked with trauma, surgical and emergency room patients. At Harvard Medical School I taught a course which trained medical students how to have a relationship with patients. I am so pleased to know that VIM gives uninsured people the health care they need. The appreciation patients show confirms that quality care is being offered.