Medical Health Services
In the past year, OTMDC provided over 16,000 patient visits for adults and children. We provide a wide variety of primary medical services to prevent and treat illness in individuals and families.
OTMDC Medical Services Include:
Chronic Disease Care
Baby and Well Child Care
Routine Women's & Men's Healthcare
Immunizations and Flu Shots
Health Education and Information
Screening and Referrals for Mental Health and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Various immunizations are provided in the Immunization Clinic on Tuesdays, from 9-11 AM and 2-4 PM. In 2011, the clinic was named the Ann R. Yankovich Immunization Clinic in memory of an OTMDC founder and long time volunteer.
Newborn/ Toddlers and Growing Child Care
OTMDC provides routine checks on weight, growth and general health of babies and children. Caring staff can answer many questions about infant and child health, from which vaccines are important for babies and children to what to do in an emergency. The objective is to provide the very best care for children. Information on how to reach the doctor between visits is provided.
School and Sports Physicals
OTMDC provides physicals that meet all requirements necessary for school entrance and for participation in sports.
Routine Woman's and Men's Healthcare
Family planning –OTMDC provides individuals and families with information to help them make the best decision on the size of their family.
Gynecology – OTMDC provides a full range of specialty services for women including cervical screenings, Pap smears and clinical breast exams. Patients are referred to specialists as needed.
Obstetrics – OTMDC offers guidance and support throughout a woman's pregnancy. Patients are referred to one of our volunteer physicians for the actual delivery of the baby.
Prostate Health - This very important area of men's health is offered with referrals to area doctors as needed.
Chronic Disease Care helps to manage ongoing conditions such as:
Controlling blood sugar through meal planning, proper exercise and possibly taking medication are essential in any diabetes management plan. Patients receive individual sessions and group classes for advice on these topics and many others as they build their diabetes management plan in conjunction with their OTMDC healthcare provider.
Patients discuss options with their healthcare provider to determine their current condition and how best to reduce daily problems in dealing with asthma.
Education is the key to reducing additional damage to the heart. Patients are given information on how to change and improve their diets and increase exercise.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Controlling high blood pressure reduces the risk of more serious complications. OTMDC prescribes positive steps to lower blood pressure, such as lifestyle changes and treatment options. OTMDC staff will work to develop a plan to improve diet, increase exercise, stop smoking, and reduce stress. If lifestyle changes are not effective, the healthcare provider may prescribe medication.