free clinic


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free clinic

a clinic or health program, usually located in a neighborhood setting, that provides health care for ambulatory patients at nominal or no cost.

free clin·ic

(frē klin'ik)
A place where people in need can obtain medical services at no charge.
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CHO Supervising Officer Sol Mosqueda said that the free clinic is held in the said relocation site as a response to the health service needs of the people in the area.
Lloyd Moss Free Clinic dispenses the most RxP medications of all partnering affiliate clinics throughout Virginia.
NNA - Australia's Ambassador designated to Lebanon, Glenn Miles, visited today the newly renovated Our Lady of the Star Free Clinic in Jieh.
Sharing details of the arrangements made for patients he said a centrally located free clinic on M.
While children are at higher risk of contracting pertussis, the free clinic is aimed at parents and guardians and other adults who regularly come into contact with children, county officials said.
d) A clinic operated by a primary care community or free clinic, operated on separate premises from a licensed clinic, and that is open no more than 20 hours per week;
Equal Access Birmingham is a student-run free clinic at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine that allows medical students to engage co-curricular experiences with the vulnerable and underserved populations of Birmingham, AL.
The firm, which already runs a free clinic every Monday afternoon, says it is expecting a sharp rise in the number of people wanting advice.
This free clinic is into its fifth year now and we are very proud of the Pakistani doctors for their unstinted cooperation and timeless efforts toward making this a successful endeavor," he added.
Petersburg Free Clinic to assist in providing Thanksgiving meals to those in need.
19 at the Saban Free Clinic gala feting ABC Entertainment's Paul Lee and veteran tenpercenter Bob Broder.
This integrated care system has a strong primary medical component at different sites and therefore provides multiple entry points for care for the uninsured substance abuser, while introducing large numbers of young health care professionals to addiction medicine and the free clinic philosophy.