New Orleans clinic’s reins shift to Charity Hospital system
New Orleans Times-Picayune, May 13, 2008
The Charity Hospital system has taken over operation of a Eastern New Orleans clinic previously operated by Operation Blessing. The clinic will be staffed with two full-time physicians, a nurse practitioner, a medical assistant, a certified wound-care specialist and a hospital admission technician. The clinic will provide preventative care, acute primary care, prenatal care and link patients to mental-healthcare. Staff ought to be able to see more than 70 patients a day, said Charity representatives.
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