Ashkin serves as co-guest editor for November issue of NCMJ

November 7, 2019

Evan Ashkin, MD, founder of the Formerly Incarcerated Transition (FIT) Program, has three articles published in the current issue of the North Carolina Medical Journal, all of which center on health and the criminal justice system.

Ashkin receives UNC Diversity Award

April 11, 2019

Dr. Evan Ashkin has received a UNC Diversity Award in recognition of his efforts at furthering equity and inclusion in primary care and community health. Dr. Ashkin is the director and founder of the Formerly Incarcerated Transitions (FIT) Program, regional medical director for Community Care of NC, and a provider at Piedmont Health Services.

Unique partnership brings doctors to state’s underserved areas

June 9, 2014

UNC Family Medicine recognized the need for more primary care physicians in the underserved areas of North Carolina. They took action to help address the shortage by creating North Carolina’s first teaching health center, a partnership between community health centers (CHCs) and academic centers that train primary care physicians to provide care to vulnerable communities. … Continued