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Wednesday, March 24, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, March 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

New

clinic gives

free health care

(Continued from Page 1)
vice and stay sensitive to the
patients."
"We must get t h e patients
more involved in clinic decision-
making," says Matt Lampe, 72,
a general advisor.
The clinic has not yet been
publicized extensively, relying
on posters, radio advertisements
and news by word-of-mouth to
attract patients.
Medical student Bob Salinger,
president of the board of 'direc-
tors, -blames the lack of pub-
licity for t h e clinic's limited
constituency.
"We haven't yet reached out
to the black community and the
straight -poor people," he says.
"We can't know, until we do
this, how great the need is for
the clinic and how 1 a r g e it
could grow."
Salinger and others fear that
by remaining in Ozone House,
the community center located
at the corner of Liberty St. and
Fifth hAve., the clinic will get a
reputation of ,only treating
"street people."
There are also problems with
lack of space at the present lo-
cation. Salinger predicts the
necessity of a n e w building,
when more than 20 patients per
night begin to use the facilities.
An alternative to moving,
Salinger says, is holding longer
clinic hours. The clinic is now

open week-day evenings and
Saturday afternoons.
At present, the clinic consists
of five rooms - the waiting
room, a lab and pharmacy and
three examining rooms. One of
the examining rooms was form-
erly a bathroom. It is now la-
beled the "tub room" by staff.
because theexamining table is a
bathtub covered by a board.
Working at the clinic each
night are one receptionist, two
advocates - people whose func-
tion is to make the patient's
route through the clinic as
smooth as possible - one doc-
tor, one nurse, two lab techni-
cians, two pharmacists a n d
three medical students. As one
s t a f f member says, "We are
falling all over each other, not
to mention the patients."
The clinic has been supported
by donations, with Galens So-
ciety and the Kiwanis Club its
largest contributors. Since its
inception, however, it has spent
one-third of its initial funds.
Although University Hospital,
the city and some private par-
ties have donated drugs a n d
equipment to the clinic, they
may not continue to do so. Sal-
inger says, "Now is the time to
decide whether we are applying
for various grants."
Paul Lieberman, the clinic's
lawyer, is attempting to obtain
tax-exempt status for the clinic
as a charitable institution.

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BULLETIN General Notices
Regent's Meeting April 16. Commun-
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an ing must be in the President's hands no
official publication of the Univer- later than April 1.
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sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to The annual Convocation recognizing
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before undergraduate honor students will be
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publication. For more information, exception of clinics and graduate sem-
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Da alencl caps and gowns. Main floor seats will
be reserved for them and for mem-
Anatomy Seminar: "The Relation of bers of their families, and will be held
the Behavior of Single Neurons in the until 10:15. Doors of the auditorium will
Hippocampal Formation to the Behav- open at 10:00. The public is invited.
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Education Lecture: Michael J. Ellis, pate.
"Modern Theories of Play", E. Conf. (Continued on Page 10)
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