The Summit Community Care Clinic’s doors are open and workers are providing care amid the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kathleen Cowie said the clinic is seeing patients via telehealth services as well as scheduling in-person visits for those who have more severe symptoms. If a telehealth medical provider is concerned that a patient is very ill, an on-site assessment can be scheduled at the clinic on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The goal, Cowie said, is to treat as many patients at the clinic as possible so that they don’t need to go to the hospital’s emergency department.
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The mission of Summit Community Care Clinic is to provide exceptional, integrated, patient centered health care services designed to meet the needs of people who experience barriers to accessing care, regardless of their ability to pay.
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