Well, as a GM, I see this not only as your responsibility, but ours as well.
Your character has a hidden medical background. Though she's not a doctor, I think she should make use of it.
When we present challenges to other characters that end up with injuries or something to one and all, I could see her easily tending to wounds or doing other facets to care for people.
Otherwise, let's try to set up scenes where she could meet lots of different kinds of people.
Rob and I have a scene in mind for next week involving the British Museum.
There are scenes that could occur at church. Everyone goes to church.
It's basically crafting something that works beyond the normal coffee house scenes and you reminding the Host on duty that you could really use the help. The one thing Rob & I have been talking to the hosts about is how the room doesn't need a babysitter. The room needs someone who can manage it, make it flow and keep it up by introducing NPCs, conflict and getting players engaged — especially with each other. Your situation seems perfect for them to help with.