Body of Christ Overview


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  • Update with New Data From Carolyn; Confirm sequence, abbreviate and add dates and reps, if possible
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  • Body of Christ Overview

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    2. 2. The Body of Christ Community Clinic is a team ofcommunity volunteers whose mission is to carry outthe compassionate healing ministry of Christ byproviding personalized, quality health services to themedically underserved of the greater Belton & Saladoarea.. 2
    3. 3. The Body of Christ Community Clinic vision is tobecome a Christ-Centered Healthy Community. Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men… is the Lord Christ you are serving. Col 3:23-24 3
    4. 4.  First Baptist Church of Belton Salado Church of Christ Belton First Assembly of God Belton Church of Christ First Baptist Church of Salado First United Methodist Church of Belton Hope Community Church Christ the King Catholic Church Vista Community Church Belton Nazarene Church Salado United Methodist Church Elm Grove Baptist Foundation Methodist First Presbyterian Belton 4
    5. 5. •Board of Community Representatives (Governing) One Representative from each supporting church Elects Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary•Executive Committee (Non-voting) Board Chair, Executive Director, Medical Director, Dental Director, CSL President•Council of Servant Leaders (Operations) Servant Team Leaders—Admin, Dental, Social Work, Interpreter, Spiritual Counseling 5
    6. 6.  Primarily adults of all ages Income 185% Federal Poverty Level (same as Helping Hands). Belton and Salado Independent School Districts Voluntary non-mandatory donation (based on patient’s financial ability) for patient ministry (prescriptions etc.) 6
    7. 7.  Social Services (qualification verification, referrals to other agencies) Medical (acute, chronic) Dental (evaluation, extractions, limited cleaning) Spiritual Counseling Prescription assistance CLIA Waived laboratory testing 7
    8. 8.  Patient Statistics since opening day (6-10-10) thru 2-10-12 Patients Visits Medical 595 1349 Dental 334 696 Total 929 2045 8
    9. 9.  Urine test Strep test HgbA1C (diabetes test) Specialty Lab Draws (sent out to process) Blood Pressure Monitoring Pregnancy Test (if patient 18 or over; under 18 with parent at visit) 9
    10. 10.  Birth Control (available at Health Department) Prenatal Care (available at Health Department) Gynecological Care Pain Medication and Management Treatment of STD’s (available at Health Department) Routine Physicals 10
    11. 11.  X-rays Diagnostic Testing Consult visits with specialists 11
    12. 12.  Evaluation Tooth Extraction Fillings Cleanings (limited) 12
    13. 13.  Complex Oral Surgery Complex Root Canals Dentures, Crowns, Bridges 13
    14. 14.  Mental Health Chiropractic Care Education Classes—Nutrition, Disease Management, etc. Optical Audiology 14
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    16. 16.  Increase visibility in the community Establish a distinct fundraising campaign Distinguish BOCCC services from other non-profit services Partner with a dental laboratory to provide dental replacements at cost 16
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