0 Dr. Myron Glick at the Jericho Road Community Health Center

Houghton Alumnus and Wife Receive Highest Civilian Honor

December 8, 2021

Houghton alumnus Dr. Myron Glick ‘88 and his wife Joyce Glick, the founders of the Jericho Road Community Health Center, were recognized for their decades of generous work in the underserved communities in Buffalo with the Liberty Medal, the highest honor given to a civilian by the New York State Senate. Senator Sean M. Ryan hosted the ceremony.

The Glicks founded Jericho Road 24 years ago as a small, family practice. Since that time, they have continued to expand and now care for over 25,000 patients every year in Buffalo, as well as additional locations in Nepal, Sierra Leone, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The center focuses on meeting the needs of Buffalo’s refugee community, including aiding them in their transition through teaching English as a second language, financial literacy education, and temporary housing.

Dr. Myron and Joyce Glick Receive New York Senate’s Highest Civilian Honor For Their Work With Buffalo’s Refugees And Other Underserved Communities from Senator Sean Ryan
Dr. Myron Glick ‘88 and his wife Joyce Glick with NY State Senator Sean Ryan at a ceremony on November 23, 2021. The Liberty Medal is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a civilian by a member of the New York State Senate. Photo courtesy of the office of Senator Sean Ryan.