Celebrating 75 Years of Serving Nevada’s Legal, Business, Government, and Civic Communities

A.G. Burnett Joins Board of Northern Nevada HOPES

McDonald Carano proudly shares the news that A.G. Burnett joined the Board of Directors of Northern Nevada HOPES. For more than 25 years Northern Nevada HOPES has been on the frontline of community health, caring for those with the fewest resources and options. The nonprofit organization has expanded from its early days as a single-room HIV/AIDS clinic to its position today as a trusted provider of integrated medical care and wellness services for underserved communities. Northern Nevada HOPES welcomes patients, wherever they are in life, and provides them with compassionate, high-quality healthcare. 

“I am very honored and excited to serve on the board for Northern Nevada HOPES. This wonderful health care provider is a Federally Qualified Health Center with an extensive team of providers, including doctors, mental health experts, addiction counselors, and case workers.” A.G. Burnett


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