Anne Christine Hinton, PA-C
|Title(s)||Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine (Practitioner)|
|School||Keck School of Medicine of Usc|
|Address||1520 San Pablo St.|
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
Anne “Jack” Hinton has been a physician assistant since 2004 when they graduated from the Pace University PA Program in New York City. They started out as the medical provider with a DV/trauma team working with HIV-positive women in Brooklyn, who were not taking their medications regularly. During this time it became clear how the influences of trauma, poverty, and privilege play into health and illness and how difficult these factors are to overcome.
They have since worked in New Mexico for 10 years doing primary care at an FQHC Mental Health Clinic and then working for a small private practice. Their interest has always been in the underlying perpetrators of illness from the aforementioned poverty to simple loneliness, stress, and lack of resource security.
Jack heard about street medicine from an online ad and was intrigued enough to do some research. They fell in love with the “heart” behind the Street Medicine approach and felt that it matched their vision and desire to meet people where they are in the literal and figurative senses of both location and other societal and internal barriers.
They are thrilled to have joined a team that is diverse, non-hierarchical, and consistent in terms of values and commitment. They have worked with Street Medicine since June of 2022 and are the medical provider for Service Planning Area (SPA 3), the vast and colorful San Gabriel Valley from Pasadena to Pomona. They love working with people from the foothills and riverbeds to the city parks and strip malls in the area.