Venice Family Clinic's mission is to give quality essential human services to individuals in need.
Established in 1970 by Phillip Rossman, MD, and fellow benefactor Mayer B. Davidson, MD, it has developed from a little storefront operation into a group wellbeing framework with ten facility destinations in Venice, Santa Monica, Inglewood, Mar Vista, and Culver City.
Venice Family Clinic serves 24,400 men, ladies, kids, high schoolers, and seniors yearly. Ninety-seven percent are low-wage and almost 75% are uninsured.
Presently, almost 2,100 people – including more than 500 doctors – give their time, esteemed at $2 million yearly.
Venice Family Clinic gives more than 106,000 essential consideration, forte care, mental wellbeing, dental, and wellbeing instruction visits every year. Administrations incorporate conclusion, treatment, drugs, subsequent consideration, and research center tests. Specific stress is put on the needs of ladies, youngsters, the homeless, and those with constant sicknesses. Click here for more data about projects and administrations.
Venice Family Clinic gets help from the accompanying neighborhood clinics: UCLA Medical Center and Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center and Orthopedic Hospital, Saint John's Health Center, Kaiser Permanente, and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. In-kind benefactors give almost $11.3 million in free medicines and more or less $2.9 million in radiology, research facility, surgical, crisis, and other clinical administrations, and additionally supplies and negligence protection.
The Clinic is an exceptionally regarded and esteemed preparing site for 44 projects in the zones of drug, mental wellbeing, social work, nursing, drug store, general wellbeing and wellbeing organization, and integrative solution. Click here for more data about Venice Family Clinic's preparation exercises.
The Clinic has gotten various awards, including the California Healthcare Foundation's 2008 LEAP Award; the American Psychiatric Foundation's 2009 Award for Advancing Minority Mental Health; the Foste