Medina Community Clinic, which recently celebrated a move to 3131 Princeton Pike from the Stone House at Carnegie Center on Route 1, hosts its annual luncheon on Sunday, May 7, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. at the Windsor Athletic Club at 99 Clarksville Road. Tickets are available online for $75 (www.medinahealthcare.org).

Medina Community Clinic, a nonprofit founded by Sajid Syed in 2015, connects specialty healthcare providers with underserved and uninsured members of the community. The annual luncheon is both a fundraiser and a forum for discussion on current healthcare policy.

This year’s topic is “From Repeal to Repair: On the Reality of Healthcare.” Panelists include Dave Dafilou, president & chief administrative officer, Clinically Integrated Network at Capital Health; Richard Freeman, president and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton; Barry S. Rabner, president and CEO of Princeton HealthCare System; and Michael A. Rashid, retired as president and CEO of AmeriHealth Caritas. The moderator will be Linda Schwimmer, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute.

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