The Clinic Project is now an urgent project to provide access to quality, comprehensive and compassionate health care to the undeserved in the community. This is the main project of 2016.
The South African Government has approved to build a clinic for the community and this we want it ready as soon as possible
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Quality – Utilize evidence based outcomes and client centered treatment techniques to engage the patients to participate in improving their quality of life in a flexible and godly multidisciplinary team approach.
Comprehensive – Enhance the quality of life by improving health disparities with the support of God Almighty. Provide free treatment to the poor or jobless people in a coordinated manner through multiple treatment episodes.
Compassionate – Recognize that the realities of poverty, class, racism, social isolation, past trauma, sex based discrimination, cultural diversity and other social inequalities affect both people’s vulnerability to and capacity for effectively dealing with their health issues. Commit to serving with empathy and compassion while being non-judgmental and accepting. Create a positive environment for our patients, staff and volunteers to foster a trusting relationship.
Service Area and Target Population
Definition of the service area
– geographic characteristics and parameters
• Degree of uninsured
Description of current service providers within the area
• Primary care, sorted by Family Practice, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, Internal Medicine, Maternity
• Mental Health
Health Professionals Shortage Areas, Medically Underserved Areas/Populations designations
Barriers to Accessing Service
• Insurance status
• Child care
• Maternal-child health indicators
• Life-cycle based indicators
• Chronic diseases
• Infectious diseases
• Weak Erection Solution
• Target-population-specific conditions (i.e. HIV, exposure, work place-related)