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Specialty Nights

We offer a variety of specialty nights. 

Spanish Specialty Night

This night is designed to provide more personalized service for our Spanish-speaking patient population. The office staff, students, and licensed medical provider will all either be native speakers, fluent in Spanish, or have extensive training in the language. The clinic is held monthly.

Orthopedic Night

This night is designed to provide special attention to patients with musculoskeletal injuries or needs. An orthopaedist will be on site to evaluate each patient and determine an appropriate plan of care. This clinic is held monthly.

OB-GYN Night

This night focuses care on female patients needing care for specific reproductive and gynecological needs including pap smears, birth control, STD testing, pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding and other problems specific to female care. Please note that CARES clinic does not have obstetrical care for pregnant patients however. The night is held monthly.

Cardiovascular Night

This night is designed to provide special attention to patients with diagnoses of or concerns for having cardiovascular disease including vessel disease, heart failure, and irregular heart rhythms. A cardiologist will be on site to evaluate each patient and determine an appropriate plan of care. This clinic is held monthly.

Dermatology Night

This night is designed to provide special attention to patients with skin conditions or concerns. Dermatology residents will be on site to evaluate each patient and determine an appropriate plan of care. This clinic is held monthly.

Psychiatry/Integrated Care Night

This night is designed to provide special attention to patients with psychiatric concerns or who request counseling. A Med-Psych resident will be on site to evaluate each patient and determine an appropriate plan of care. This clinic is held monthly.

Fight for Sight Night

This night is designed to provide specific vision care for patients. Ophthalmologists will be on site to perform more in-depth vision screening than would normally be performed in a primary care office. They will be able to assess vision needs, provide treatment for problems related specifically to the eye, and screen for potentially dangerous deficits. This will give more specialization to our care. This clinic is held 1-2 times annually.

All specialty night appointments must have established primary care before being seen by a specialist. Please call the CARES clinic at 843-876-7097 to make appointments.

Note that CARES clinic does not prescribe controlled substances at any of the specialty or primary care clinics.