Clinical Care

  1. Dental Visits

    Untreated dental disease can lead to serious health problems. It is recommended that adults and children see a dentist on a regular basis. Professional dental care helps to maintain the overall health of the teeth and mouth, and provides for early detection of pre-cancerous or cancerous lesions.

  2. Flu Shots

    Influenza can lead to pneumonia and can be dangerous for people with heart or breathing conditions. Infection with influenza can cause high fever, diarrhea and seizures in children. It is estimated that 226,000 people are hospitalized each year due to influenza and 36,000 die - mostly the elderly. The seasonal influenza vaccine can prevent serious illness and death.

  3. High Cholesterol

    High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. Studies show that the higher your blood cholesterol level, the greater your risk for developing heart disease or having a heart attack. Heart disease is the number 1 killer of men and women in the United States.

  4. HIV Testing

    Increasing the number of persons who are aware of their status is a critical strategy for preventing HIV infections.

  5. Routine Checkups

    People with a usual source of care have better health outcomes and fewer disparities and costs. Having a primary care provider (PCP) as the usual source of care is especially important. PCPs can develop meaningful and sustained relationships with patients and provide integrated services while practicing in the context of family and community.

  6. Uninsured

    Health insurance coverage helps patients get into the health care system. Uninsured people are less likely to receive medical care, more likely to die early, and more likely to have poor health status.