University of Missouri Health Care offers a full spectrum of care, ranging from primary care to highly specialized, multidisciplinary treatment for patients with the most severe illnesses and injuries.
A global MU Health Care Language Services department is available 24/7 to ensure that non-English speaking or limited-English speaking patients, along with deaf or hard-of-hearing patients, receive free language assistance. This assistance includes provision of competent and qualified interpreter services and/or written translation of information/documents that are important to the well-being of the patient.
Online clearinghouse of public health education and health promotion materials, events, resources, and news in the State of Washington. H.E.R.E. is designed for people who perform population-based health promotion activities in a variety of settings, primarily state and local health departments, tribes, community organizations, clinics, hospitals, and schools.
NPS MedicineWise is an independent, not-for-profit and evidence-based organisation that provide practical tools such as medicines lists or the Diabetes Health Tracker, evidence-based information, and continuing professional development educational activities, with the aim to improve the way health technologies, medicines and medical tests are prescribed and used.
Sponsored by the University California at San Francisco, the mission of the Vietnamese Community Health Promotional Project is to identify health problems specific to the Vietnamese community; develop community-based, culturally-appropriate interventions with Vietnamese community participation; and disseminate research results so that effective interventions may be replicated throughout the United States.