Jordan Rivera, a second-year medical student and 2014 General Electric-National Medical Fellowships Primary Care Leadership Program Scholar, recently presented his independent service learning project at the National Association of Community Health Centers’ Community Health Institute & Expo.

At the event, held in San Diego on Aug. 26, Riviera presented his project, “Mobile Phone and Internet Access among Low-income and Homeless Populations,” to a panel of distinguished national health-care leaders. The annual event represents the nation’s largest gathering of community health-care managers, clinicians, board members and leaders.

Joy Jones, director of the Primary Care Leadership Program, said Rivera’s Project was one of only four invited to be presented at the conference and said it was selected “for its rigor, relevance to primary healthcare delivery, and potential for expansion or replication.”