We serve Denver's refugees. We see every age for every condition, and do every blood test and every shot right here.
Most of our patients wont be reading this site, so it exists for those that help our patients.
Open 8-7 Monday-Friday, and 9-3 on Saturday. Walk in, no appointments (except for dietician and mental health), but if you want to be sure when a certain provider is here, just call.
Traditional Nepali Yoga and Accupressure - every day we are open, from about 9 to noon, no appointment needed. Pranayama available by request, need empty stomach.
Burmese Mental Health Therapy - available here or at your facility (home, school, jail, etc).
Dental, Food Share, English Classes, Boy Scouts, and other services - available through organizations located with us in Mango House.
The rest of our services are listed here
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We are: Amina Abdella (Oromo, MA), Diane Scanzaroli (PA), Jennifer Rudder (manager), Jessica Gaston (Burmese, MA), Tika Katel (Bhutanese Yoga), John Lian Bawi (Burmese mental health therapist), Johnny Moo (Burmese, MA), Lannea Russell (RD/dietician), P.J. Parmar (Indian, MD), and Rachel Fritsche (PA).
have seen over 20,000 visits of 6,000 patients since opening at the start of
2012, and currently serve about 50 visits daily. Our numbers (all % of
visits): By referral source: About 50% of new
visits are by word of mouth from current patients, and about 35% from folks who
help refugees (refugee agencies, adult daycare, etc). By payer: about 90% Medicaid, 7% uninsured (mostly free), 3% private
insurance, and a few Medicare. By business income: 97% from Medicaid, 0% from grants or donations. By Ethnicity/former residence: 26% Nepal, 21% Burma (all ethnicities), 13% Somali, 13% Iraqi,
9% DRC/Rwanda, 3% Eritrea, 3% former Soviet/East Europe, etc. By age: 31% are
18 or under. By favorite employee snacks: 30% flaming hot cheetos, 30% fancy mixed nuts, 20% noosa, 20% trail mix.