ICC - Rosalind Franklin University

Report
Interprofessional
Community Clinic
(ICC)
History
Mission
The Interprofessional Community Clinic, in partnership with the community,
provides accessible, quality healthcare for the underserved in a respectful
environment in which students, health professionals, patients, and community
members learn from one another by working together interprofessionally.
Student Involvement
Program
# of
Volunteers
Fall
2013
Winter
2013
Spring
2014
Summer
2014
Chicago Medical School
132
80
70
76
38
Scholl'S College of Podiatric
Med
69
21
22
27
48
College of Pharmacy
46
8
23
27
13
Physical Therapy
13
5
4
9
3
Physician Assistant
27
1
2
1
26
Pathologist Assistant
1
0
0
0
1
DePaul Nursing
11
0
0
6
5
Psychology
18
5
7
7
13
Total
317
120
128
153
147
Increasing Patient Visits
Number of Students and Programs:
Patient Demographics
Patient Demographics
Services We Provide
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Behavioral Health
Diabetes Education
Women’s Health
Podiatric Care
Pharmacological Consults
Physical Therapy
Health screenings at Community Outreach
Interprofessional Collaboration
All patients are seen by an
interprofessional team which are made up
of students from all programs
Provides insight into the educational
perspectives of modern medicine
Clinical Teaching Experience
● Students get experience with
variety of patients
● Under the proper guidance of a
respected physician
● Interprofessionalism
Foundation for Research
Future Direction
● Pharmaceutical
expansion
● Women’s health
services
● Laboratory and
imaging equipment
● Transportation voucher
program
● Additional days of
operation
Faculty Volunteers Needed
Thursdays 4pm - 8pm
CMS Faculty - [email protected] or [email protected]
Scholl - [email protected]ums.org or [email protected]
Psych - [email protected]
PT - [email protected]
Pharm - [email protected] or [email protected]
Nursing - [email protected]
Thank You

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