Hispanic Health Projects


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Elizabeth Cartwright

Mary Anne Benner

Silvia Herrera

Deborah Mitchell

Maricela Mendez

Elizabeth Pedroza

Heather Schaper

Sunny Stone

Richelle Whitehead


Ethnographic Videos

Diabetes and the Family

The Many Faces of Diabetes



Community Projects

Computer Class

Cooking With Silvia

The World is in Your Hands


Elizabeth Pedroza


Elizabeth Pedroza moved to American Falls ID in 1993.  She began working with the HHP in September 2003.

She is a skilled ethnographic interviewer and health promoter.

Elizabeth is a certified medical translator with Portneuf Medical Center and a student of Idaho State University.  She is responsible for facilitating communication between program participants and health care providers.

She visits with families in their homes where she discusses health topics and is able to refer people to other community resources.

She is in charge of the Saturday Clinics that the health promoters do once or twice a month in the communities of American Falls and Aberdeen Idaho and also is the contact person regarding the Saturday Clinics with the district health department and local clinics.  

She also provides translation services and advocates for persons seeking help with insurance claims.



















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Contact Information

For more information on any of our programs or to have us make a documentary contact us at the following numbers:



I.S.U. Anthropology Department
Campus Box 8005
Pocatello, ID 83209



American Falls


615 Fort Hall Ave

American Falls, ID 83211


(208) 226-1298


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