Health information technology is equally central.
Electronic data record systems to improve continuity of services, care and improve cost-effectiveness by enabling us to track people also by a buddy system.
The broader array of prevention and wellness measures are equally essential to health and well-being. By some measures tuberculosis, diabetes , high blood pressure, HIV/AIDS and prevalent major chronic illnesses.
We want to increase prompt intervention for incidence of adult-onset disorders.
We will do diabetes screening and management referrals for all at risk individual.
We also include funds for the prevention of HIV, sexually-transmitted infection, and tuberculosis.
Global aid in these critical areas is of great importance. A variety of evidence-based interventions could be quickly implemented to address these public health challenges within the range appropriated in the clinic setting.
A StepUp program- Helping the homeless to become employable.
Monthly homeless breakfast. Every 1st and 5th Sunday of every Month we have a homeless breakfast available to all in need. Furthermore we provide distribution of seasonal items: water, socks, gloves, scarves, umbrellas, clothing items (such as sweaters and coats) and backpacks.
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