Clinic gives University of New Mexico medical students experience

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Clinic gives University of New Mexico medical students experience

Homeless receive treatment, care
Jesse James Kershner, a homeless man, is checked for neurological damage after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle by University of New Mexico first year medical student Samuel MacDonald, while second year College of Nursing student Anthony Jones, and first year P.A student Juanita Martinez look on, in Albuquerque. Every Tuesday evening, students from UNM’s Health Sciences Center – future physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, physical therapists – come together to run a clinic at the Albuquerque Opportunity Center, which offers shelter and other services to homeless men.

Clinic gives University of New Mexico medical students experience

Jesse James Kershner, a homeless man, is checked for neurological damage after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle by University of New Mexico first year medical student Samuel MacDonald, while second year College of Nursing student Anthony Jones, and first year P.A student Juanita Martinez look on, in Albuquerque. Every Tuesday evening, students from UNM’s Health Sciences Center – future physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, physical therapists – come together to run a clinic at the Albuquerque Opportunity Center, which offers shelter and other services to homeless men.

Clinic gives University of New Mexico medical students experience

Timothy O’Hara, a homeless man with back problems, grimaces while working on some stretches to alleviate his ailment with UNM Physical Therapy students from left, Selena Watchman, Deidra Jay, Michelle Salas and Assistant Professor Kara Rechard, in Albuquerque, N.M. Every Tuesday evening, students from UNM’s Health Sciences Center – future physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, physical therapists – come together to run a clinic at the Albuquerque Opportunity Center, which offers shelter and other services to homeless men.

Clinic gives University of New Mexico medical students experience

University of New Mexico third year medical student Cody Fritts left, consults with James Christian, a homeless man suffering from diabetes, in Albuquerque. Every Tuesday evening, students from UNM’s Health Sciences Center – future physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, physical therapists – come together to run a clinic at the Albuquerque Opportunity Center, which offers shelter and other services to homeless men.
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