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Spring 2011 Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:00am-11:00pm
Friday 8:15am-5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm-10:00pm

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Introduction

 

Med Students

Welcome! This guide was created to help Spanish 201 students explore topics related to the patient interview and community health.The course explores issues such as culture, stereotypes and disparity of care with special emphasis on the four major areas of: Availability, Accessibility, Affordability and Quality.

Textbook: Christine Cotton, et al. ¡A Su Salud! Spanish for Health Professionals. Yale University Press. ISBN: 978-0-300-11966-4

Recommended Textbook:

Pilar Ortega, M.D., Spanish and the Medical Interview:  A textbook for Clinically Relevant Medical Spanish. Saunders.

 

 

Community Health Centers in the U.S.

Community Health Centers focusing on the Hispanic population

Community Service

  • Casa de Esperanza
    Casa de Esperanza works to enhance social capital because we believe that it decreases domestic violence.
  • Casa Juan Diego
    Casa Juan Diego was founded in 1980, following the Catholic Worker model of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, to serve immigrants and refugees and the poor.
  • Cleveland Clinic Center for Integrative Medicine
    Dedicated to addressing the increasing demand for integrative healthcare by researching and providing access to practices that address the physical as well as lifestyle, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients.
  • Francis J. Curry National Tuberculosis Center
    The Francis J. Curry National Tuberculosis Center
    (CNTC) creates, enhances, and disseminates
    state-of-the-art resources and models of
    excellence and performs research to control and
    eliminate tuberculosis in the United States and Internationally. Link to About Us Page
  • Mayo Clinc: Complementary and Alternative Medicine
    Ranging from herbs to acupuncture, alternative medicine is becoming increasingly popular. Learn the basics.
  • New Covenant World Missions
    By providing healthcare for the body, education for the soul, and hope for the spirit, our goal is to address the various areas that keep the wonderful Guatemalan people from reaching their full potential.
  • On Lok Lifeways
    Serving California's diverse communities

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