Clinic/Center Subspecialties:

Adolescent and Children Mental Health:
There are numerous key characteristics when assessing a child's mental health. They include happiness, resilience and balance. Along with self-actualization and flexibility.
Adult Day Care:
Is where activities and socialization are held for the elderly or handicapped. This is a non-resident facility. Most of these centers operate ten to twelve hours a day and offer meals, social activities and general supervision.
Adult Mental Health:
Adult Mental Health addresses the level of cognitive or emotional wellness or an absence of a mental disorder. Issues with mental health might be feelings of anxiety, helplessness, confusion, loss of control or depression. Adult Mental Health programs look at assessments, treatment, intervention and stabilization.
Ambulatory Family Planning Facility:
This is an abortion/family planning establishment that provides services at a fixed location. It doesn't provide overnight accommodation. Some of these procedures are performed including abortions, hysterectomies, laparoscopy and tubule ligation.
Ambulatory Fertility Facility:
This is a fertility establishment that is non hospital based and services are provided at a set location. It doesn't provide overnight accommodation. A few of the procedures performed are IVF, GIFT, ET-T, ZIFT and DO.
Ambulatory Surgical:
This is also known as outpatient surgery centers or same day surgery centers. It is health care establishments where surgical procedures that don't require an overnight stay are done. These surgeries are often less complicated than most.
An individual that has lost part or a whole limb. Numerous amputees experience the phenomenon of phantom limbs. This is when they feel body parts that they no longer have. These communication systems are extremely diverse and the selection depends on the needs and abilities of the user and their communication partners.
Augmentative Communication:
This is an alternative way to help people with language disorders use expressive language or receptive language. This can be done through assistive technology like computers or devices that are hand held. It is most often implemented with people that have significant disabilities that impact their language skills or people that aren't able to speak.
behavioral Disturbances are associated with a range of neuropsychiatric and behavioral issues. These behavioral issues most often require a placement in an assisted living community or ALC. These individuals are just too unpredictable to reside in a com
A Clinic is a spot where individuals go for health care. Doctors will hold clinics to see their patients and handle their concerns. Flu Clinics are held yearly to vaccinate people against the flu.
Community Health Clinic:
Community health is a public health field. It's a discipline concerned with studying and bettering the health characteristic of communities. If tends to focus on geographical areas. This requires the collective effort of numerous health care professionals and organizations in order to be successful.
Corporate Health:
Is the quality of an organization's human resources in a direct reflection of the psychological health of all organizational members. This is measured by looking at the individual and the organization's performance. Three important factors in Corporate Health are leadership, quality of relationships and level of personal effectiveness.
Critical Access Hospital:
A Critical Access Hospital is a small facility that provides limited outpatient and inpatient health services to people in rural regions. It has no more than twenty-five beds. This hospital only provides short-term, limited care and must have a referral.
Dental Clinic:
Dental health is necessary for overall health. Dental health is ensuring that teeth are free of decay and gums are healthy. Regular dental appointments and good oral hygiene can help prevent numerous other health issues.
Developmental Disabilities:
This refers to lifelong disabilities attributable to mental or physical issues, apparent before the age of eighteen. Developmental Disabilities affect daily functioning within 3 or more areas. They are ability of independent living, learning, mobility, economic independence, expressive and receptive language, self-direction and self-care.
Emergency Care:
Providing life-saving measures in a situation where the life is threatened. Emergency care can take place on an ambulance on route to a health care facility. As well it can occur in an emergency room of a hospital.
End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Treatment:
This is the complete or almost complete failure of the kidneys. The primary function of the kidneys is to remove waste. Dialysis or kidney transplant are the only options at this stage.
Endoscopy refers to looking inside the body for medical reasons. To do this the specialist uses an endoscope. Endoscopy can also refer to using a borescope where there is no direct line of sight.
Family Planning, Non-Surgical:
Natural family planning methods are non-surgical means of preventing conception. Examples are breast feeding, abstinence and the withdraw method. These methods are not guaranteed.
Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC):
They are community based organizations that give full primary care and preventative care services to all people. They operate under a consumer Board of Directors. Their mission is to bring health care to underinsured and underserved Americans.
Is a discipline in biology and the science of genes. It deals with the molecular structure and function of genes. Genetics are a huge factor in the behavior and appearance of organisms.
Health Service:
Provide medical care for people. Health professionals work to provide health services. An example of a Health Service is a flu clinic.
Hearing and Speech:
The healthcare field offers a range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for people with hearing and speech issues. Some speech issues are articulation delay, language delay, stuttering, voice disorders and swallowing disorders. Hearing issues may require hearing aid evaluations, assistive listening devices and central auditory processing evaluations.
Infusion Therapy:
Infusion Therapy handles all aspects of fluid and medication infusion, normally via the intravenous route. It involves giving medication through a catheter or needle. This is necessary when a patient's condition is so severe that it can't be treated effectively with oral mediations.
This is the physical destruction of kidney stones. One form of Lithotripsy is extracorporeal shock wave lithostripsy. Another is laser lithotripsy.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI):
An MRI scan is a technique of radiology that implements radio waves, magnetism and a computer, to depict images of body structures. This scanner is a tube encompassed by a large circular magnet. While laying on a moveable bed, a patient is inserted into this magnet, where the images are taken.
Medical Specialty:
Medical Specialties are areas where medical professionals focus. A few of these are allergy and immunology, anesthesiology, dermatology and emergency medicine. Specializing even more within a specific department is also common. For example within internal medicine you can find cardiology, geriatric medicine and nephrology.
Medically Fragile Infants and Children Day Care:
These infants typically have special care needs. They may have a feeding tube, need a ventilator, oxygen support or renal dialysis. This infants need extra attention by a qualified health care professional that works with a team of professionals.
Mental Health (Including Community Mental Health Center):
This is a level of cognitive or emotional well-being or absence of a mental disorder. Most communities offer numerous services to assist in mental healthcare. The idea is to improve an individual's ability to enjoy life and develop a balance between life activities and efforts to gain psychological resilience.
Methadone Clinic:
Methadone belongs to the opiod family of drugs. It's used to treat addiction to other opiod drugs like heroin. It is not a cure for addiction, it's a treatment to help with withdrawal symptoms.
Migrant Health:
Migrant Health comprises different policies and practices in relation to mobile populations. Migrant Health addresses the needs of the migrant populations and those of the communities. Migrants are at risk to certain health issues as well as bringing risks along with them for the rest of the population.
Military Ambulatory Procedure Visits Operational (Transportable):
Are facilities or distinct parts of a facility providing outpatient surgical procedures that require medical supervision for recovery.
Military and U.S. Coast Guard Ambulatory Procedure:
These are healthcare facilities or outpatient surgery centers or same day surgery centers in the military, where surgical procedures not needing an overnight stay are performed. These surgeries are less complicated than some. These facilities are sometimes called surgicenters.
Military Outpatient Operational (Transportable) Component:
These are facilities providing outpatient dental and medical care. This is primarily intended for DoD active duties. It is not funded with Defense Health Program Funding.
Military/U.S. Coast Guard Outpatient:
Military Outpatient is an individual of the military who is not hospitalized. They are being cared for elsewhere, like on a doctor's office or clinic. Outpatient care is also called ambulatory care.
This refers to offering more than one type of medical service. For example, a health care center may offer medical treatment, along with eye testing, hearing tests and psychiatric evaluations. It can also refer to a hospital that specializes in burn treatment, general surgery and mental health issues. With Multi-Specialty there is more than one focus.
Occupational Medicine:
Is the specialty branch of medicine that is most active the field of Occupational Health. The main role is the provision of health advice to individuals and organizations to make sure the highest standards of health and safety at work can be maintained. These doctors have a wide knowledge of clinical medicine and be competent in numerous important areas.
Oncology Clinic:
Oncology is the branch of medicine dealing with tumors that are cancerous. An Oncologist is a doctor that practices specifically in oncology. It is concerned with diagnosing cancer, therapy, follow-up, palliative care and screening.
Oncology, Radiation:
Radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer. A radiation oncologist is a physician that specializes in treating cancer patients with radiation. It can be used alone or with chemotherapy.
Ophthalmologic Surgery:
Is the study of the eye and the medical and surgical treatment of the related disorders. This type of surgery uses a variety of stainless steel and titanium instruments. Cataract surgery is the most common type of Ophthalmologic Surgery.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery:
This is surgery to correct a large range of diseases, injuries and abnormalities in the neck, head, face, jaws and the soft and hard tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region. This is one of the nine dentistry specialties recognized in the U.S.
Pain is a sudden feeling catalyzed by the nervous system. It may be sharp or dull. As well it may come and go or be constant.
Physical Therapy:
It looks at maximizing the quality of life and potential of movement through prevention, treatment, habilitation and rehabilitation. It considers the psychological, emotional, physical and social aspects of life.
This branch of medicine is focused on the study, diagnosis and treatment of various food, ankle and lower leg disorders. It is often practiced as a specialty. Within the podiatric field doctors focus on many areas including sports medicine, surgery and pediatrics.
Primary Care:
This term is used for health services by providers that act as the focus point for consultation with patients.
Prison Health:
Is the health and wellness of people confined to prison. Health care is available in prisons to ensure that the prisoners stay healthy. Prison Health focuses on prevention.
Public Health, Federal:
The idea of Federal Public Health is to promote and maintain the good health of all people. They seek to promote people's awareness and enable them to take responsibility of their health. As well it wants consistent improvement of health through positive health promotion, disease prevention and health protection.
Public Health, State or Local:
Local public health systems include every private, public and voluntary entities. As well individuals and informal associations, that help with the delivery of public health services within an area. The purpose is to provide measurable performance standards that the public health systems can use to make certain of the delivery of public health services.
Radiology deals with the study and application of various imaging technology including radiation and x-ray to investigate, diagnose and treat disease. Radiologists direct a variety of imaging technologies to diagnose and help treat disease. Examples are ultrasound, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging.
Radiology, Mammography:
Radiology is a medical specialty that diagnoses and treats disease visualized within the body. Radiologists use numerous technologies to do this. Mammography is a process using low energy x-rays to observe the breast.
Radiology, Mobile:
Mobile is viewing diagnostic images on a mobile device. Most recently the FDA cleared the first diagnostic radiology application for mobile devices. This allows doctors to view medical images on the iphone and ipad.
Radiology, Mobile Mammography:
Mobile Mammography is a convenient what to get the screening you need. A mammography van offers an alternative method to get a mammogram by using health clinics, stores and various other locations for on-site mammograms. For people that don't have a primary provider, this service is very convenient.
Recovery Care:
There is no single definition of Recovery Care. It can mean focusing on supporting recovery and building the resilience of people with mental health issues and not just managing the symptom. The key is of hope, that is possible to restore a positive life, even when dealing with a serious mental illness.
Refers to the restoration of someone to a useful place in our society. It's the complex process of restoring skills to a person that has had an injury or illness. For example, rehabilitation after a stroke might help a person speak and talk again.
Rehabilitation, Cardiac Facilities:
Is an establishment where a medically supervised program helps improve the health and wellness of people that have heart issues. They help people recover from heart attacks or surgery. As well they help prevent future hospital stays and address the factors that lead to heart disease.
Rehabilitation, Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (CORF):
Is a facility primarily engaged in providing outpatient rehabilitation for the treatment of Medicare beneficiaries that are disabled, injured or have been ill. A CORF doctor must be present in the establishment for a certain amount of time to give medical care and direction. Diagnostic and other therapeutic services are not considered CORF services.
Rehabilitation, Substance Use Disorder:
Drug rehab facilities offer various treatments for numerous substance abuse disorders. Intervention is often needed before rehabilitation can begin. Some interventions are motivational interviewing, exposure therapy and pharmacological therapy.
The search for knowledge, to establish facts and solve problems. Research takes place in every discipline in the medical health field. Research helps health professionals improve treatments and offer numerous alternatives to people that are battling health issues.
Rural Health:
Rural Health is the study of health and health care delivery with regards to the rural environment and location. The fields of study with rural health are midwifery, geography and health. Along with economics, sociology, nursing and telehealth. Accessibility is a huge issue of concern with Rural Health.
Sleep Disorder Diagnostic:
Sleep Disorder Diagnostics includes a sleep study or polysomnogram. This is a multi-factorial procedure that electronically transmits and records key physical activities while you are sleeping. This data determines if you have a disorder.
Student Health:
Related to the overall health and well-being of students. This encompasses physical, emotional, mental and social factors. The main theme being student health is prevention.
Urgent Care:
Urgent Care is providing ambulatory care in an establishment dedicated to deliver medical care beyond the walls of an emergency hospital department. This is usually available on a walk-in basis. This care is used for injuries and illness that are urgent but don't require a trip to the emergency room.
The Veterans Health Administrations is a part of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). They implement the medical programs of the VA, through numerous VA outpatient clinics, medical centers, hospitals and long-term care establishments. VA provides patient care and federal benefits to numerous veterans and their families.