Patients who visit the clinic are first greeted by a social work student. This student offers patients various resources to help with many aspects of life and health. Patients are then seen by a medical or nursing student who takes the patient’s history and performs a physical exam. A physician then reviews this information with the student to decide on an appropriate treatment plan for the patient.
Our ability to provide physical exams is one of our greatest assets for patients. Physical exams are often required when you are:
We are able to serve as the chronic care providers for individual who are diagnosed with hypertension (high blood pressure). Through the Hypertension Program, student volunteers work with physicians and pharmacists to develop treatment plans tailored to each patient’s needs. This treatment includes a supply of free anti- hypertensive medications, lifestyle counseling, and regular follow-up visits.
UCC recognizes the importance of keeping your Personal Health Information private. We will not use any information that identifies you, except as required by law or to serve you as the patient.