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Heritage Community Clinic

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Our vision is wellness for all

The Heritage College's Community Health Programs develop and deliver quality medical and health care services for children and adults throughout southeast Ohio. CHP offers a free medical clinic to adults, free women's health screenings, free immunizations to children who qualify, as well as low cost immunizations for adults. Our services are aimed at addressing unmet health care needs, and are often geared toward clients and patients who lack adequate medical and health care alternatives.

Community Health Programs support the mission of the Heritage College through:

  • access to education and services to advance the health and well-being of underserved communities
  • patient-centered programs that support the transformation of rural health care
  • rural experiential learning opportunities for a diverse student population

In addition to dedicated staff members, our services are made possible through the generosity of the physicians, optometrists, students and other health care professionals who volunteer their time and expertise. We provide experiences in support of medical and health-related education programs at Ohio University. We also support and encourage those who are exploring careers in medicine and health care.

Questions?

For appointments and more information, please call us at 800.844.2654 or 740.593.2432. Check our calendar for program dates, time and locations.

Events

News

  • Heritage College curriculum project one of nation’s most innovative

    The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, will soon launch a sweeping new streamlined approach to primary care medical education for a group of eight incoming students enrolled at the Heritage College, Cleveland. 
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  • Heritage College graduating class includes historic first Dublin contingent

    When the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine graduated its 39 th class May 12, the Commencement carried an added significance, as the first students from the college’s Dublin campus received their degrees.
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  • Scholarship commemorates beloved physician teacher

    A scholarship in the name of the late George “Skip” Seese, D.O., a 1987 graduate of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, will honor a man remembered for his love of teaching future physicians. The scholarship will help third- and fourth-year Heritage College medical students.
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