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HCA 210 HCA210 Week 1 Discussion Question 1

HCA 210 HCA210 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 - 55 Urgent...

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HCA 210 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 // Please use this as a reference and compile your own answer with its help // Best  regards // // Honest Abe // Post a 150 word or more response to the following: Ambulatory care consists of a wide range of health care services delivered in outpatient  settings. Describe three of these settings and their purposes. What specific services are  provided in each setting? Three settings for ambulatory care include specialized clinics at senior centers, urgent care  facilities based out of large health cooperatives, and women's reproductive health care centers  such as Planned Parenthood. Services provided by nurses or other health support positions in a  senior center are typically the least comprehensive. They typically include blood pressure  screenings, foot clinics, fitness checks, and other services geared particularly towards those over 
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Unformatted text preview: 55. Urgent care facilities, by contrast, can provide a full gamut of services overseen by physicians ranging from treatment of minor to serious injuries, illnesses, certain surgeries, and dispensing prescriptions. They are typically open any hours not usually covered by standard clinics, such as evenings and weekends. Finally, Planned Parenthood and other women's reproductive health services include birth control dispensation, gynecological exams, general fitness evaluation and testing, and in some cases, procedures such as abortions. // Thanks for purchasing my tutorial! If you find it helpful, please leave a positive feedback // // (A+) // Best regards // Honest Abe // // Please do not post it on open sources or on those which can be accessed for free // Thank you //...
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