“This reminds me of why I went into medicine in the first place,” remarked Dr. Louis Giorgi, Jr., as he reflected on his weekly volunteer time at the Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California.
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One morning Vanchensuren, a Mongolian wife and mother of two young children, came to our Clinic desperately ill.
he Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California yesterday unveiled its new mobile clinic, which will bring healthcare to those in need throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
The Clinic is dedicated to carrying forward the Order of Malta’s centuries-old mission of “upholding human dignity and caring for people in need.”
Now in our 10th year serving the poor and uninsured, the Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California will be reaching even more patients with a new 34-foot mobile health clinic.
Shao-Chieh is a 64 year old Chinese American who has lived the American dream. Unfortunately, he has now entered the American health system quagmire.
Instead of going to the emergency room, Pons gambled with his health. He has no health insurance and was afraid he’d struggle to pay any medical bills if he sought emergency help.
“Big” can be a relative term.
Medical clinics that serve the poor and uninsured typically only survive for a couple of years. The Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California is moving towards 10 years in operation and recently served its 25,000th patient.
The Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California is expecting to receive its 25,000th patient visit sometime in the spring of 2017.