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Free diagnostic event returns

A display table with various educational materials at a past See, Test and Treat event
See, Test and Treat event will return to Indianapolis to provide essential medical services to dozens of patients, free of charge, with grant funding from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Foundation.

At the event, taking place June 14, providers from the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provide breast and cervical cancer screenings. Partner organizations will provide mammograms, family planning services, HIV testing, HPV and other vaccinations, and more.

To secure an appointment, call 317-639-5645, Ext 202. All appointments will take place between 8 am to 5 pm at the Gennesaret Free Clinic, 2325 E New York St, Indianapolis, IN 46201.

Patients may receive personalized treatment plans and help with prescriptions or referrals to medical specialists, if necessary. Representatives from various community health programs will be on hand to connect interested patients with further services and education.

See, Test and Treat events provide essential, diagnostic medical care to underserved populations across the country. These events address health disparities “by reducing barriers to care for medically underserved people through health care system partnerships,” according to the CAP Foundation.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, closing gaps in care is essential as many patients may have been unable to receive regular health screenings. These issues disproportionally impact at-risk communities.

This is the fifth year Indiana University National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health has received grant funding for the event. See, Test and Treat is hosted in partnership with the Gennesaret Free Clinic as well as Ascension St. Vincent, Indiana, PATH4YOU, IU Health, Step-Up, Inc., Damien Center, Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, DCL Pathology, Indiana Department of Health and Westminster Neighborhood Services.