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As a supporter of philanthropy for medically underserved populations around the world, Barco eagerly donated nearly a dozen of its Eonis displays to the Center to facilitate patient exams, as well as dental training programs.
Care Harbor, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization that helps medically underserved populations by organizing large-scale free urban health clinics, will host its annual Los Angeles clinic September 11- 14, 2014.
Health Services research has shown that minority health professionals are more likely to serve minority and medically underserved populations.
Since July 2010, when Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced The Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on the Designation of medically underserved populations (MUPs) and HPSAs, ANA staff have monitored the meetings, provided formal testimony, and responded to inquiries from committee members.
In medically underserved populations like that in the study, relatively low levels of vitamin intake can be expected.
This study's findings highlight the need to bring appropriate care to medically underserved populations to prevent costly, unnecessary hospitalizations by providing better primary care services closer to home.
These centers will be located at a site designated to provide primary care services either to a medically underserved population or medically underserved area, or to the uninsured population of the state of Illinois.
Rural areas are often identified as medically underserved areas (MUAs) and medically underserved populations (MUPs).