The mission of the NSOC is to provide low cost, high quality health care while providing a community health learning experience to IU School of Medicine-South Bend medical students. It is important for the clinic to also serve as an educational tool for members of the South Bend community as it relates to medical conditions and medications, and the services available to meet their health care needs. This include physical examinations, laboratory testing and referrals to specialty physicians, if needed.
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Navari Student Outreach Clinic
The NSOC Experience
Extensive services include basic health screenings, minor acute care and chronic disease management including diabetes and heart disease.
Saint Joseph Health System pharmacy residents and the South Bend Medical Foundation are among a number of partners whose contributions make the clinic possible.
Volunteer as a staff member of the clinic. Students from all IU School of Medicine-South Bend campuses are welcomed as volunteers or observers.
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