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Health Center Policies and Procedures: Clinical Services Policies
Physician on Call
Sample policy describing the procedure for physician on call.
- Physicianon Call.doc( 194.56 Kb )
To establish guidelines by which the RN may diagnose and manage a patient with pinworms.
- Pinworms Protocol.doc( 302.08 Kb )
Appointment for first visit should be scheduled within 8 weeks of gestation. The first appointment is scheduled with perinatal nurse.
- 3.04.17 Perinatal Protocol.doc( 517.12 Kb )
Prenatal Education/Management Protocol
To provide initial prenatal education (prior to referral for pregnancy management) for patients with pregnancy diagnosed at the Lake Superior Community Health Center.
- Prenatal Education Management Protocol.doc( 307.20 Kb )
Providing Medical Services to Low-Wage Workers with Job Injuries: Model Tools and Instructions for CHCs in California
This booklet is intended to help Community Health Centers put in place an effective and efficient workers' compensation program.
- Medical Servicesto Workers-2012.03.27.pdf( 58,370.77 Kb )
RN Pertussis Prophylaxis Protocol
To provide for pertussis prophylaxis by the Registered Nurse to avoid pertussis infection and spread of clinical disease in patients served by the LSCHC.
- Rn Pertussis Prophylaxis Protocol.doc( 409.60 Kb )
South Carolina Hep C Testing Protocol
This South Carolina hepatitis C testing protocol is very clear and thorough. South Carolina provided hepatitis C testing at local health department clinics for high risk individuals. This protocol gives specifics on how they determined risk, how to give risk status information to the client, and how to deliver positive and negative test results. Interestingly, this protocol was assessed for cost-effectiveness, and revisions included changing the "number of lifetime partners" risk category to "50 or more" to be elegible for testing at the health department in the absence of other risk factors.
- Sc Hep Cprotocol.pdf( 1,467.71 Kb )
Standing Orders for Diabetes Care
Clinic policy to improve assessment of treatment goals for diabetic patients.
- Standing Orders-diabetes.doc( 225.28 Kb )
Throat Culture Protocol
To establish a procedure by which a patient may have a throat culture performed and strep throat treated without a provider visit.
- Throat Culture.doc( 286.72 Kb )
Treatment of Minors
Sample clinic policy on the treatment of minors.
- Treatment Of Minors.pdf( 711.04 Kb )