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Hospital Authority adjusts designated clinic and general out-patient clinic services


The following is issued on behalf of the Hospital Authority:

     The Hospital Authority (HA) spokesperson announced today (October 3) that the HA designated clinic for COVID-19 confirmed cases (designated clinic) located at Central Kowloon Health Centre will cease operation on October 6 and resume general out-patient clinic (GOPC) service on October 7. GOPCs will also resume some services which were partially suspended earlier, including the Sunday and public holiday and the evening clinic services, starting from October 7 (Annex I).

     The HA spokesperson said, “Taking into consideration the recent epidemic developments and the demand for medical services from members of the public, the HA has reviewed the current operation situation and decided to cease the operation of a designated clinic, and to resume the partially suspended GOPC services in phases so as to provide appropriate treatment to patients in need.”

     The seven remaining HA designated clinics and tele-consultations (Annex II) will continue to provide services and support for the confirmed patients in the community. Patients and their family members or carers can make an appointment with a designated clinic for an in-person consultation by calling the selected designated clinic during the booking and service hours or using the “Book Tele/DC” function on the HA’s one-stop mobile app “HA Go” to book an appointment for a designated clinic or tele-consultation service.

     The spokesperson added that the HA will continue to closely monitor the epidemic situation and service demand, in order to resume more suspended services in accordance with the operational situation.

Breastfeeding Clinic Open House Offers Area Professionals the Opportunity to Collaborate for More Comprehensive Family Care

 My Pure Delivery Professional Open House

6217 Chapel Hill Blvd Suite 100, Plano, Texas 75093

Thursday, April 21, 2022, 4-8 p.m.

My Pure Delivery Breastfeeding Clinic is hosting a professional open house on Thursday, April 21 from 4-8 p.m. at their newly opened location in Plano. They hope to welcome practitioners including childbirth workers and pediatric, women’s health, and postpartum care providers to build connections to create more comprehensive care for families. As in-network providers with most major insurance companies, My Pure Delivery makes specialized lactation care accessible to more families in their communities. During the open house, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the clinic, meet with My Pure Delivery staff including founder and CEO Diba Tillery, and learn more about how the services provided by My Pure Delivery can complement providers’ existing services. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

My Pure Delivery has had great success partnering with local practitioners in the Austin area and looks forward to making the same quality of connections in DFW. The company believes that strong relationships and communication between health professionals are integral components of providing the highest level of care to the families that they serve. My Pure Delivery can be a resource for families through all stages of infant feeding from prenatal education, beginning breastfeeding, returning to work, and weaning. By partnering with prenatal, pediatric, and postpartum care providers, they are able to help families access a more robust array of services.

My Pure Delivery Breastfeeding Clinic provides help and support to new and expectant parents through private lactation (breastfeeding) consultations, prenatal and postpartum classes, support groups and hospital grade breast pump rentals. Their team of International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs), breastfeeding educators, and support staff are committed to providing the highest level of care to families in a time of transition. Services are currently offered in person at two clinics (a DFW-area clinic located in Plano and an Austin-area clinic located in Cedar Park) and virtually through a HIPAA secure telehealth platform. Expanding online lactation services in 2020 has allowed them to see patients nationwide.

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Rapha Clinic of West GA Announces $7,500 Donation from Southwire

Top Quote Funds to be used to support the overall operations and Health and Dental Clinic Supplies. End Quote

  • Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) March 26, 2021 – Rapha Clinic, a non-profit, faith-based charity serving uninsured people with their medical and dental needs in the West Georgia community is honored to announce a gracious $7,500 donation provided by Southwire through its community support funds. These funds will be used to upgrade and replenish health and dental clinic supplies, as well as will support the marketing funds needed for this year’s major fundraiser.

    “The Rapha Clinic of West Georgia (RCWG) serves the uninsured at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty guidelines in West Georgia. A donation of this magnitude goes a long way in making sure that the clinic has the supplies that it needs to serve our neighbors in need,” said Dr. Bill Calhoun, Chairman of the Board for Rapha Clinic.

    The donated $7,500 will be split up evenly between operations and marketing. The first half will support the general operations fund and will replenish much needed dental equipment. The second half will go towards the marketing needs for the annual fundraising event called “The Sound of Medicine,” which will take place on September 16, 2021 at Mill Town Music Hall in Bremen, Georgia.

    Due to the continued concerns of the pandemic, the clinic and local ‘rocking doctors’ will host a hybrid event of in-person and virtual viewing, ensuring participant safety and while providing the opportunity to view quality music. The virtual attendees will be encouraged to tune in to either Mill Town Music Hall’s Facebook Live and YouTube Live or Rapha Clinic’s Facebook and YouTube pages. The musical performances will feature talented local healthcare providers and their family members. As a thank you for Southwire’s donation, they will be recognized as one of the top sponsors at the 7th annual Sound of Medicine concert.

    If you want to learn more about donation opportunities for RAPHA’s operational needs or want to learn more about the Sound of Medicine concert, contact aparrish ( @ ) rhythmcommunications dot com dot

    About Rapha Clinic
    The Rapha Clinic of West Georgia is a faith-based, non-profit, charitable ministry serving uninsured adults in West Georgia (Carroll, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, and Paulding counties) since 2010. Volunteer professionals provide high quality medical and dental care to those most in need. In addition to the best healthcare, Rapha patients receive spiritual support and guidance without forcing beliefs. It is through caring for the physical illness that Rapha has an opportunity to be a witness for Christ. The unconditional love and superior care provided by Rapha empowers patients to break the cycle of poor health and habits and improve their quality of life.