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Mercy Medicine Clinic – Florence, SC: Home

Mercy Medicine Free Clinic has been serving Florence and Williamsburg counties for more than 25 years. Our employees and volunteers come together to provide free medical and dental assistance to low income, uninsured adults without healthcare benefits. Our goal is to maintain a free medical clinic founded on the Christian principles of love, faith and compassion.  

I was sick and you cared for me

Matthew 25:36

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At Mercy Medicine Free Clinic, we believe. We believe that with the help of Christ and the community we can improve health care of our neighbors. Once you walk through our doors, you are walking into loving hands. Hands of people who strive to serve. We seek to use medical knowledge with Christian love and compassion to heal our patients.

We provide to those who are less fortunate free:

                                         Medical treatment and education
                                         Free medications

                                         Dental care

In 2019 we served

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Home – VITAL

VITAL Family,

It is with heavy hearts that we write this letter, but the shutdown in response to COVID-19 has had greater impact on our small business than we anticipated and unfortunately, VITAL Fitness Studio will not re-open after the ban is lifted.

In this time, we don’t want to dwell on the negative. We’d rather celebrate all of the positive energy that has been created at VITAL. We couldn’t be prouder of the vibrant community that grew within our walls over the last three and a half years. We’ve had the most incredible time leading, learning, and growing with you all.

While we will miss the incredible energy that comes from clipping in for a ride, hitting a heavy bag, or crushing a strength set, we know that you will all continue on your own fitness journeys.

Some of our favorite memories are the friendly competitions bred in our

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Bioelectronic Medicine | Home

Bioelectronic Medicine is an open-access journal that provides a necessary and specific publication platform for the growing field of Bioelectronic Medicine.

This field brings together material science, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular medicine, neuroscience, immunology, bioengineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, mathematics, artificial intelligence, and other basic and clinical disciplines. Bioelectronic Medicine promises to bring new insights into the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions as varied as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, diabetes, asthma, paralysis, blindness, bleeding, ischemia, organ transplantation, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases, and others.

Bioelectronic Medicine focuses on electrical signaling in the nervous system. Insights into the regulatory functions of the nervous system and technologies that record, stimulate, or block neural signaling to affect specific molecular mechanisms are the primary focus of the journal. The journal will also feature bioelectronic approaches for monitoring and controlling biological processes, for providing insights into host and pathogen physiology

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Daily Activity Calendar

Help you chill and retrain your brain to look for the positive. Do one activity a day and watch your productivity change for the better

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Carruth Center

The Carruth Center

The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services provides a variety of counseling and psychiatry services.

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Student Health Services

Student Health Services

Offering primary care appointments, acute walk-in care with x-rays and lab, and travel counseling for study abroad and vacation

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S.W.A.T.

The Student Wellness Ambassador Team is a volunteer student group that provides health education to the entire

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Home Page | the Department of Anesthesiology

“Ronald K. Baker PhD, MD was a resident in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Arizona in the late 70s when I was a junior faculty member. We did many cases together, and I remember him well, and fondly, as an excellent resident and physician, always on top of things. He had an engaging personality, scraggly mustache, and a wry (sometimes smirky) smile and sense of humor. Like me, he was a bit quirky, with esoteric interests (I wasn’t surprised to learn he cared for distressed ferrets). He had excellent hands for procedures, but roughly hewn, as if he worked on cars or other labor-intensive hobbies in his spare time. 

He had been a chemist and I queried him about van der Waals forces, the subtle quantum interactions by which anesthetic gases erase consciousness, still mysterious to this day. Favoring true ‘chemical’ bonds, Ron disdained the weak and

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Barriers to Care Study

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Barriers to Care StudyBarriers to Care Study

The Office of Women’s Health Services is pleased to release the results of the Barriers to Care Study.

In May 2010, Congress signed Public Law 111-163, Caregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act. Section 201 of this legislation required the VA to examine potential barriers to women Veteran’s accessing and utilizing VA health care services.  The legislation specifically identified nine focus areas; Barrier 1:  Comprehension of Eligibility Requirement and Scope of Services, Barrier 2:  Effect of Outreach Specifically Addressing Women’s Health Services, Barrier 3:  Effect of Driving Distance on Access to Care, Barrier 4:  Location and Hours, Barrier 5:  Childcare, Barrier 6:  Acceptability of Integrated Care, Barrier 7:  Gender Sensitivity, Barrier 8:  Mental Health Stigma and Barrier 9:  Safety and Comfort

To examine these topics the VA Office of Women’s Health Services awarded a contract to Altarum

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