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Servant Hearts Clinic
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Date/Time
Monday, January 6th 2014 - 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
RTEC Building

Servant Hearts Clinic, a free, Christ-centered medical clinic will be open  Monday,  January 6, 2014 from 5:30 p.m.  to 8 p.m. at the Regional Technical  Education Center (R-Tec), 1200 W. 21st St. Yankton, SD.  This is a totally free  medical clinic for urgent care conditions.  Servant Hearts Clinic provides care  for physical, mental health,  emotional, and spiritual issues, and may serve as  an entry point to other services in the community.

Services not  provided by SHC at this time include dental, diagnosis or treatment for sexually  transmitted diseases, HIV testing, prenatal care, treatment for Emergency  Medical Conditions, radiology, immunizations and chiropractic care.  We do not  prescribe any narcotics, nor do we stock any medication on site.

Future  clinics are planned for the first and third Monday of each month.  The next  scheduled clinic will be on January 20th.

For further information about  this clinic call 605 760-2986 or e-mail servantheartsclinic@gmail.com.

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