SOAR Clinic 2016 Review

Happy New Years from the OutReach and SOAR SRFC team!
Thank you to all our volunteers for a wonderful fall semester! We couldn’t have done it without you!

The clinic opened September 17th, 2016. We are open for one Primary Care Clinic (PCC) day and one Medication Therapy Management (MTM) day per month. We offer basic primary care and lab services as well as medication therapy management. We hope to increase the number of days we are open and services available this semester!

Spring semester dates are set through June: PCC on the first Saturday of the month and MTM on the third Saturday of the month.

Operational Clinic Stats
Fall Semester 2016
PCC days: 4
MTM days: 3
Total visits: 22
Total new patients: 15
Clinic orientations: 1
Phlebotomy training sessions: 4
Total student volunteers: 63
Total student volunteer hrs: 432
Total preceptor volunteers: 8
Total preceptor volunteer hrs: 45
Morning Rounds Topics
Depression and anxiety
Placebo inhaler device
Knee replacement/joint pain
M4 Clinic Chiefs
Guoyou (Benny) Chen
Molly Booy
Brittany Choe
Chris Yohn

SOAR Student-Run Free Clinic is now part of a network of clinics started by Volunteers in Medicine, a national nonprofit dedicated to assisting communities in developing free health care clinics for America’s uninsured. Volunteers in Medicine has launched over 100 free clinics in 29 states that provide annual care to more than 100,000 patients who otherwise would have gone without essential medical services due to a lack of adequate health insurance.

SOAR Student-Run Free Clinic is now also a member of the Ohio Association of Free Clinics (OAFC) and is a proud host site of a year-long AmeriCorps VISTA.

Do you know a family medicine or IM/Peds physician who would be interested in volunteering? Do you know any pharmacists who would like to volunteer? Want more information about the clinic?
For physician volunteers:
For pharmacist volunteers:
Phone: (330)-552-7080


Author: Haley Coleman