miércoles, 15 de junio de 2011

CLAS Weekly Update



The following list of events is provided as a service to the community by the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS),

University of Pittsburgh. CLAS neither recommends nor endorses these events and activities. Please address

questions or comments about the events to the contact provided and not to the Center.



Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Care Mobile - Birmingham Clinic

Free Pediatric and Immunization Clinics - 2nd Saturday of each month (Appointment and health insurance are NOT required)

Dates: July 30 (exception to the 2nd Saturday of the month)

Time: 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Location: Salvation Army 54 S. 9th Street, South Side, Pittsburgh

More information: http://www.chp.edu/spanishclinic  412-692-6000 option 8 (please call on the same day of the clinic and listen to the message to verify that there have not been cancellations or changes in the schedule due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather conditions and/or snow.


Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh - Primary Care Center

Hours for our Bilingual-Bicultural Clinics at the CHP Primary Care Center

Bilingual-bicultural clinics at the CHP Primary Care Center are offered every Tuesday morning, every Thursday after 5 pm and every Friday morning. (Appointment and health insurance are required),

Location: 3420 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213

More information: http://www.chp.edu/spanishclinic, 412-692-6000 option 8



Adolescent Clinic in Spanish

The Division of Adolescent Medicine and the program Salud Para Ninos of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh offer every Friday morning general medical services for adolescents in Spanish. Services include check-ups, sick visits, reproductive health care (except for pregnancy follow-ups and prenatal care), prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections and management of issues common among teens such as smoking, drug use and behavior problems. These services will be provided to patients who have health insurance and choose the CHP Adolescent Medicine Division as their PCP.

Regardless of insurance status or ability to pay, confidential care is available for young men and woman under 21 years of age who require treatment related to reproductive health—including birth control and PAP smears as well as prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections.

To make an appointment please call 412-692-6677 and ask for an appointment with Dr. Romina Barrall for the Spanish Clinic (scheduling only available in English).




If you have an announcement related to a Latin American/Caribbean activity taking place that

you would like to share with others interested in the region, please send details

no later than Tuesday of the week prior to the event to:

Center for Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh,

4200 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260;

Phone: 412 648 7392; Fax: 412 648 2199; e-mail: clas@pitt.edu





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