WHO WE ARE

The Navari Student Outreach Clinic (NSOC) is a student-led health clinic that offers free health care to the uninsured and underserved South Bend community. Under a shared governance model, medical students at Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend manage the clinic and its services under the supervision of local licensed physicians. The dual mission of the clinic focuses both on delivering high quality health care to the uninsured and underserved members of South Bend while also enriching the educational experience of the students. We believe that access to quality, basic health care is a right, not a privilege.

WHAT WE DO

Our mission is to provide low cost, basic health care to uninsured and underserved members of the South Bend community while providing a community health learning experience to Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend medical students. We hope to provide members of the South Bend community with detailed information about their medical conditions and medications, as well as services that meet their health care needs, including physical examinations, laboratory testing, and referrals to specialty physicians if needed.

WHERE WE ARE GOING

We envision a South Bend community that takes an active role in providing its citizens with quality, basic healthcare and a community in which all its members are empowered to make better, informed decisions about their health and their family’s health. We see medical students taking more active roles in promoting community health as they move forward in the field of medicine. We also hope that the creation and operation of the student-led clinic will make South Bend a more competitive regional campus at Indiana University School of Medicine.

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