community health clinic


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community health clinic

An NHS term for a clinic (as used in the UK, this refers to a clinical session, not the location) held by community health staff (health visitors, district nurses and Community Psychiatric Nurses) to treat, care and advise community patients/clients.
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The Community Health Clinic of Butler County is dedicated to providing primary medical and dental care to people between the ages of 19 and 64 who lack access to the healthcare system because they earn too much to qualify for government programs or they have no benefits and cannot afford private health insurance or medical care.
When he joined the peer support group at Windsor Community Health Clinic about two years ago, "it opened up a whole new world of possibilities." The success inspired him to become a peer leader.
We have all supported the federally qualified community health clinic and opened up new dental clinics.
It will house three practices, a community health clinic and a pharmacy.
Nephrology clinics continued with very little interruption as they moved from a community health clinic temporarily and then into another site of the corporation.
A cost analysis of a nurse-managed, voluntary community health clinic. Journal of Nursing Administration, 25(10), 17-27.
Students, working in pairs, also gave a graded presentation about health education resources to staff at another community health clinic in the city selected from a list of approximately thirty clinics with whom CON has established a relationship.
They are in addition to existing Tuesday evening sessions there and Monday evening clinics at Mill Hill community health clinic at Dalton.
His and Vicky's work at the Bwindi community health clinic will be vital to the future of the Batwa pygmies, one of the most deprived groups in Uganda.
She volunteers a period of her time every month to staff a volunteer community health clinic in Warner Robins, sponsored by the Houston Medical Center and serves her hospital as a BLS instructor.
She organized a committee to address the lack of a community health clinic in her area, and they secured a $1 million operational grant.
Castulo de la Rocha heads a non-profit community health clinic, while Belinda Martinez is a senior vice president of a dental firm whose 21 million clients live in 10 states.
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