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UC Riverside Opens Medical Clinic for the Homeless

UC Riverside Opens Medical Clinic for the Homeless

After receiving a $600,000 grant from the UniHealth Foundation and other funding, UC Riverside’s School of Medicine will soon open a new medical clinic, run by the program’s students and professionals, that will serve the city’s homeless population.

UC Riverside says the clinic, located at 2880 Hulen Place, will open in January of 2023, and will be part of the Riverside Access Center. The facility is situated near several homeless shelters and supportive housing programs, and is in proximity to the downtown area.

The 2,500-square-foot clinic will include 2 exam rooms, a special room for minor operative procedures and an urgent care, although it is not meant for emergency services. According to The Press-Enterprise, Riverside is home to about 20% of Riverside County’s homeless population, and the new clinic is expected to serve up to 4,800 patients a year, including 1,300 who are chronically homeless.

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