outreach clinic

outreach clinic

A clinic run by a hospital doctor who makes regular visits to a primary care setting to see patients who would otherwise be referred as hospital outpatients.
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The point-of-care can be at a local outreach clinic, a homeless shelter, a factory, a school.
The combination of these resources will offer patients a seamless healthcare environment and will help extend the outreach clinic program throughout the state.
The Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic (IU-SOC) began as a medical clinic that offered free services to underserved patients at a church on the near east side of Indianapolis.
But families in the capital will no longer need to travel to Cwmbran when the service opens its outreach clinic in Butetown, on January 23.
When the 500 miles staff first saw John at an outreach clinic in Mchinji, his legs were so bent he could not stand, let alone walk.
As part of my duties, I was visiting an outreach clinic weekly called Manaba Clinic.
THE city's eye hospital is celebrating a milestone after treating more than 1,000 patients in an outreach clinic.
Now, eight years after Alberta Health Services brought its weekly renal outreach clinic to Siksika First Nation, over 100 people are being seen.
According to MSF, Gumuruk outreach clinic renders basic medical care services to a population of more than 30,000 people.
Through her strong commitment to volunteerism, Long created the first outreach clinic in Atlanta and now advocates for a national community population.
The mobile HIV outreach clinic, donated to the hospital last year, can produce a detailed report of a patient's immune system within ten minutes, helping medical staff to detect HIV, as well as tuberculosis, other opportunistic infections, and anemia.
A study in the July 16 Public Library of Science One journal was based on surveys of outreach clinic attendees in one moderately remote and five very remote villages in rural Guyana.