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American Bonanza Society (ABS) Service Clinic in Livermore CA July 14 2012. This is an inspection of airframe and engine for common issues that affect Beechcraft Bonanzas and Barons. Lead inspector was Bob Ripliey. I got the name wrong in the credits and will upload a correction soon. The Service Clinics are held about six times a year at locations throughout the United States. Check out the ABS web site for more information: http://www.bonanza.org/service-clinics
The Windham County Humane Society offers low cost spay/neuter clinics for Windham County, Vermont residents who cannot afford to use a veterinary clinic or who are working with stray or un-owned cats. These clinics are held approximately twice a month. Visit our website to learn more: www.wchs4pets.org
Doctor of Physical Therapy and Starting Strength Coach Darin Deaton discusses the use of barbells and the Starting Strength Model in his physical therapy practice. Recorded at the 2017 Starting Strength Coaches Association Conference.
telemedicine, Carena, CHI Franciscan
A New Law Clinic, sponsored by Hellenic Foundation, is offered by the Hellenic Bar Association of Chicago to everyone in need. Starting May 14th at 10 AM and in every second Saturday of each month. Send us your comments and spread the word. Media Sponsor HBC-HELLENIC HEARTBEAT
Urban Meyer speaking to 2000 Ohio High School football coaches at the annual OHSFCA clinic. You may not want your children to listen as football coaches have been known to drop a four letter word or two.
Ed Bernstein donates $250K to keep UNLV immigration program alive.
Walgreens and Community health network celebrate collaboration and the opening of 12 new clinics
SINGAPORE: A clinic which aims to bring affordable healthcare to the aged and needy in Jurong West was officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Sunday. It is the fourth outlet of the Public Free Clinic Society, and was opened in conjunction with its 39th anniversary. Mr Tharman said the clinic is a good example of community spirit as it is not set up by the government, but by a group of Chinese physicians, supported by the grassroots. Opened since last September, the clinic sees an average of 2,500 patients a month. The organisation currently has outlets in Geylang, Clementi and Tampines. It plans to open another clinic in the East, specifically for the elderly with chronic illnesses like high blood pressure and diabetes. www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sing...
I caught up with Frank Cousineau of the Cancer Control Society at this year’s Best Answer for Cancer Conference. This was definitely one of those “full circle” moments I’ve been experiencing a lot lately as we were working with Frank early on in our own journey trying to find the path that was going to be best for us. In this interview Frank talks about what a cancer clinic is, typical services they offer, and how to select one that’s right for you. We also hear about Frank’s own upcoming Cancer Control Society conference and the tour that’s taken of several clinics directly after the conference to help folks get a feel for their choices and feel really good about their decision. Frank even talks about a couple clinics that have been having success with children which I was thrilled to ...
For hundreds of pets living in our region, chronic low-level suffering is a part of their daily lives. Untreated pain, itch and other common health-related problems make their lives difficult. While their owners have plenty of love to give, they don’t always have money at the end of the month for expensive preventative care. Through our monthly wellness clinics--part of our "Helping Hand" Program for low-income residents of Windham County, Vermont--we provide low-cost basic veterinary medicines (for fleas, worms, etc.) and essential vaccinations for pets whose owners struggle financially to make ends meet. We're making a difference: Healthy, happy pets who are able to remain in their homes with families who love and cherish them most! Special thanks to Dr. Susan Kelly (Volunteer Veterin...
The Hypertension Clinic, as an organizational arm of the Clinical Pharmacy Society, aims to establish a well-rounded community program oriented towards the control of hypertension. The clinic aspires to promote active patient participation and pharmacist-led intervention in the management of all of the risk factors related to the disease. The Hypertension Clinic is also committed to its mission of spearheading knowledge and awareness about hypertension and how proper diet, exercise, and monitoring are essential for the improvement of patient quality of life.