Hispanic Community Outreach Coordinator
Carolin Sucely Marroquín is the Hispanic Community Outreach Coordinator for Medina Community Clinic.
Sucely serves in a dual role of Hispanic patient navigation and community outreach. She serves as the primary contact for our Hispanic/Latinx patients, eliminating cultural and linguistic barriers to ensure high quality and streamlined care for the population.
Sucely was born and raised in Guatemala, and moved to the United States in 2014.
She is currently completing her Associates in Biology at Mercer County Community College. She is also in her final year of the Biblical Institute of Theology Pastoral Studies program, earning second-place honor roll diplomas. She actively participates in the missionary group in her church, Living Waters Pentecostal Church. She aspires to become a pediatrician, and combine her medical and faith training to serve children globally.
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