Posts by mcophilly

Seeking a physician in North Charleston, SC

A friend of MCO is seeking a primary care physician to partner with me to plant a new direct primary care clinic in an underserved area of North Charleston, SC.  The focus of this clinic will be to provide affordable health care to the working uninsured.  This clinic will work outside the traditional 3rd party payer…

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How Should the Church Handle Abuse? Conference at Tenth

How Should the Church Handle Abuse? Philadelphia Presbytery (PCA) is hosting a conference at Tenth Church on “The Church as a Refuge” with Dr. Diane Langberg, speaker. Saturday, June 23 9 AM-4 PM Sanctuary The Church as a Refuge–using power we receive from God to bless and protect the vulnerable. Dr. Diane Langberg is the speaker May 1 for…

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MCO Administrator Job Available!

Medical Campus Outreach is looking for a new administrator for 25 hours/week, year round work. The job entails database management, large scale mailings/e-mailings, and requires strong writing and PC skills.  One must also have a heart for student ministry, godly character, and winsome personality as our admin is often the first contact with students. The job description is posted…

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Medical Marriage Panel – February 9th

Join MCO and PCOM in presenting a panel discussion of medicine and it’s impact on marriage and relationships. Medical relationships have unique challenges, but we’re bringing together a group to help you figure out how they can be managed. We’ll be in PCOM’s Evans Hall room 202 at 6pm. Sign up so that we have…

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Matching Year-End Gifts!

Christmas Blessings abound! MCO is pleased to announce that a generous donor is willing to match all December donations, up to $10,000! So if you have thought about giving to Medical Campus Outreach and haven’t yet, or you are a regular donor with just 10 dollars more to spare, now is the time! Know that…

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Medical Ethics and You

If you have ever wondered what a medical ethicist does, what difficult cases they have to decide, and how their opinions could affect you and your family come hear our own local medical ethicist, Dr. Bill Edgar speak on “The Practice of Medical Ethics in our Community.”  Lunch and talk on 1/7/18, 12:45pm, at Tenth Presbyterian Church.  This is a joint event of Medical Campus…

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Conscience Protection Act

Congress has an opportunity–within days–to pass the Conscience Protection Act to ban government discrimination of health professionals who decline to participate in abortion. It will help stop coercion of physicians and nurses. It can also stop state-mandated abortion coverage in conscientiously objecting organizations’ insurance plans. You can follow this link  to get talking points and…

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Help Houston with CCHF

The CCHF staff has become aware of a unique opportunity to help the victims of HurricaneHarvey. Christ Clinic, Katy is located in the area affected by the hurricane but did not suffer structural damage. They reopened their clinic on Tuesday and are seeing all in need, free of charge. Normally the clinic treats 45 to 50 patients a…

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Esperanza Health Center is Hiring!

Esperanza Health Center is hiring! Check out their website for full details and information on how to apply. Some positions  include: Primary Care Physicians Nurse Practitioner Dentist Addictions Counselor Clerical Assistant Custodial Specialist Director of Behavioral Health and Social Services Director of Information Technology Electronic Medical Records Support Specialist Food Service Substitute Group Fitness Instructor Medical…

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Course

Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour training course that teaches adult community members how to assist a young person (ages 12-18) who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. YMHFA teaches participants how to identify, understand, and respond to signs and symptoms of mental illnesses and substance use…

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