Take a look at this U.S. News slideshow with several quotes from Dr. Thomas Weida, Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at CCHS.
A CCHS nurse practitioner is providing care by going directly to her patients who need her most.
The report gave rise to the specialty of family practice (now family medicine), and highlighted the need for physicians to understand the impact communities have on health and the importance of providing care in communities.
Program helps University Medical Center patients achieve their goals and control their diseases.
Akua Aidoo, a medical student from Ghana, spent three weeks completing a rotation in the College of Community Health Sciences’ Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She participated in patient visits in the Betty-Shirley Clinic, which provides mental health care to patients at University Medical Center, which the College operates. Aidoo is a medical student […]