The Refugee Health Assessment program provides healthcare services to newly arrived Refugees, Asylees, Humanitarian Parolees, Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders, and Victims of Human Trafficking.
- New arrivals are screened for communicable diseases including viral hepatitis and parasitic infections, tuberculosis as well as chronic health conditions.
- Patients with chronic medical conditions are linked with primary care services and specialty care services as needed.
- Vaccinations required to complete the immigration process are provided to all adult patients.
- Mental health assessment and referrals to counseling and mental health services are provided to adult patients through a partnership with the Asian Americans for Community Involvement/Center for Survivors of Torture (CST)
FULL LIST OF SERVICES
- Evaluation for communicable disease including viral hepatitis, tuberculosis (TB), and chronic health conditions.
- Treatment of active TB and latent TB infection
- Adult Immunizations for established refugee clinic patients
- Mental health assessments and referrals for adult patients
- Orientation to community resources
- Phlebotomy for clinic patients only
- Chest X-ray for clinic patients only
- Point of care testing
- Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
- Sputum Induction
- Nurse Advice
- Health Education
- Financial Counseling
- Medical Records