Thursday, February 26, 2015

USA Medical Students Recognized for Service to Student-Run Clinic at 15 Place

University of South Alabama College of Medicine students (from left) Jelaina Scott, Sarita Wagle, Sarah Boyd, Emily Spurlin, Schilling Nechtman, and Brian McGrath pose for a picture with their awards during the awards ceremony for the Student-Run Free Clinic Feb 20, 2015.
Several medical students at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine recently were recognized for their leadership and exemplary dedication to the student-run free clinic at 15 Place, a homeless shelter in Mobile, Ala. 

Students at the USA College of Medicine kick-started the volunteer clinic at 15 Place last year. The clinic is operated by an interprofessional staff including both undergraduate and graduate students and is a collaboration between the students and faculty of the USA College of Medicine; College of Nursing; several departments in the College of Allied Health, including physician assistant studies and speech pathology and audiology; as well as the department of social work in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Click here to learn more about the clinic.

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