Alejandra Flores-Miller

Role: 
Staff
Research Program Coordinator - Bilingual
Alejandra Flores-Miller

Alejandra Flores Miller works as a Research Program Coordinator for a PCORI-funded randomized controlled study evaluating the impact of a mHealth-enhanced retention support on HIV virologic suppression. Additionally, she coordinates the activities of the Latinx Outreach Team that provides HIV testing, education and Linkage to Care in partnership with BCHD.  

She currently leads a team of Latino CHW’s that provides linkage to care and COVID-19 community testing, and she connects individuals and families with COVID-19 resources. The team is also working at the vaccination community clinic that provides services for individuals with Limited English Proficiency and underserved communities that can’t access this resources.

She has worked at the Bartlett Specialty Clinic since 2016, where she provides patient advocacy, retention, and linkage to care services. She co-leads a monthly Latino Support Group, convening patients to safely share their experiences.  

Ms. Flores Miller has worked on several research projects conducting in-depth interviews and focus groups, and planning CAB meetings. She also conducts quantitative and qualitative data analyses for projects. In 2008 she helped with the development and implementation of the Latino Outreach Program, identifying venues and opportunities to promote HIV/STI prevention in the Latino community in a culturally competent environment. This program  provided Counseling and Testing for people living with HIV and syphilis.
 
Her work has been recognized with the Johns Hopkins Diversity Award (2015) and the Hispanic Heritage Month Achievers Award (2020).

 

Johns Hopkins Taps Community Ties to Bring Vaccines to Latinos in Baltimore

Post Date: 
2021-06-16
Source: 
hopkinsmedicine.org
Vaccines
Dr. Kathleen Page: “The most important thing is that, from the moment you walk in to the moment you leave, you can speak Spanish."