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Welcome to The HOYA Clinic
Clinical Sites: The Triumph 5 PM-7:30 PM every Tuesday & Monroe St. Clinic 4 PM- 7:30 PM every other Monday
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The HOYA Clinic opened on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, at The Triumph, a Community of Hope temporary housing facility in Congress Heights in Southeast Washington. Managed by Georgetown School of Medicine students with clinical oversight by Georgetown faculty physicians, HOYA Clinic provides quality health care to clients at The Triumph free of charge—in the spirit of social justice and cura personalis. The clinic is supported by a grant from the DC Department of Health, the School of Medicine, and MedStar Health. For now, the clinic will see clients on Tuesday evenings.
In 2021, HOYA Clinic began offering care at Catholic Charities Volunteer Medical Clinic on Monroe Street. The Monroe St. Clinic provides care to Spanish-speaking patients in the DMV/Columbia Heights neighborhood. Other activities of HOYA Clinic include wellness workshops and health education classes to improve health literacy of its clients.
The Mission of the Georgetown HOYA Clinic is to establish a partnership between Georgetown University, Georgetown University Hospital and the District of Columbia Community.
The HOYA Clinic is a completely volunteer-run organization, and relies on the kindness of medical students, physicians, nurses, and support staff for successful operation.