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Dr. Anita Chopra
Dr. Margaret Green
January 17, 2022

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards

Congratulations to Drs. Anita Chopra and Margaret Green, recipients of the 2022 MLK Service Awards.
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Drs. Anita Chopra, clinical instructor (General Internal Medicine) and Margaret Green, clinical associate professor (Allergy and Infectious Diseases) are recipients of the 2022 recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award.

This award honors a commitment to the needs of communities, particularly communities of color and low income; to programs that improve the human condition; and efforts to protect and empower all individuals.

Dr. Anita ChopraDr. Chopra was honored for her involvement with community outreach and bridging healthcare gaps for the past 10 years. She organizes free health camps for the underserved communities providing preventive, primary and secondary care.

During the pandemic she has organized multiple workshops to raise awareness and reduce vaccine hesitancy, and she has worked with UW Medicine and public health to get thousands of people vaccinated. She has been instrumental in taking the vaccine to people who lack access by holding vaccine clinics all across the greater Seattle area, at community centers, schools and churches.


Dr. Margaret GreenDr. Green was honored for her focus on improving health equity, commitment to serving the underserved, and her incredible work at the S.H.E. Clinic, building trusting relationships, empowering women to make choices about their care and providing healthcare and resources.

Green runs the S.H.E. clinic which serves the unhoused, sex-worker population on Aurora. She and her team do an incredible job creating relationships, building trust, empowering women to make choices about their care, providing resources, etc. Dr. Green has joined other like-minded providers to increase access to care for the north Seattle underserved community by expanding the S.H.E. clinic to a brick-and-mortar low-barrier walk-in primary care clinic.