Copyright 2008 - 2019 | Vietnam Health Clinic

Tax ID: 27-3297474



Phone: (253) 987 - 6165

Address: 7421 39th Ave S, Seattle WA, 98118

our mission

Vietnam Health Clinic (VHC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving access to health care for underprivileged communities in Vietnam. Over a span of two weeks, VHC hosts a mobile health clinic, providing medical, dental, optometric, pharmaceutical, and therapeutic services. With the help of student members and healthcare professionals along with our local community, sponsors and volunteers, we have been able to provide aid to over 13,000 patients over the past eight years.

To continue delivering quality health care to these communities, VHC's upcoming mobile health clinic will be in the summer of 2019. Our healthcare professionals and student members who join us for the trip help us as providers and personal interpreters. What’s unique about our clinic is that we focus on providing student members with valuable clinical experience working alongside healthcare professionals. If you would like to apply to be a student member or healthcare professional for our next clinic in Vietnam, please click on the respective links for more information.

In the process of fulfilling our goal, we collaborate with local medical students and doctors in Vietnam in a joint effort to minimize health disparities in rural communities. We have also collaborated with non-profit organizations in Vietnam such as the Friends of Hue Foundation, the Wellness Global Foundation, and ASSORV: Association for the Support of Orphans in Vietnam.

Clinic ComponentS
Each patient is required to undergo a general examination by one of our physicians. Patients are diagnosed and prescribed with the proper treatment. Physicians also discuss potential lifestyle changes for long-term preventative care.
Our Optometry component provides comprehensive eye exams and prescription glasses to our patients. Cataracts is a common condition in older populations in which we provide vouchers to receive cataract surgery.
Our Dentistry component primarily performs tooth extractions as well as provide fluoride. Every patient is educated on dental hygiene and given a toothbrush and toothpaste.
Pharmacy is our final component and is often the last form of patient contact. We provide patients with their prescribed medication and counsel them on how to take their medicine correctly.
Our Public Health component encourages patients to actively take charge of their own health by educating patients about healthy lifestyle choices and preventative care.
Our Physical Therapy component aims to provide sustainable care to our patients by showing them physical exercises they can perform for long-term alleviation of chronic pain.
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