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Thursday Dec 10, 2009
Assalamu Alaikum All.
It is with great pleasure we anounce the opening of The Noor Community Clinic (NCC)
on Wednesday,Jan 20, 2010, at the Rardin Family Practice Center between 5:00pm and 9:00pm.
This clinic has taken about 18 months in the making, with frequent meetings almost every friday after jummah prayers at Noor Islamic Cultural Center and months of negotiations with the Ohio State University Administration and Legal Department. We have emerged successful, masha Allah.! Our objective is to serve the uninsured and underserved in these economically challenging times .
We ask Allah (SWT"s) blessings as we move forward with our agenda.
I would like to thank the Core group of members of the Noor Community Clinic, Drs. Faozan Narvel, Mohammed Nadeem Khan , Iftekhar Ahmed , Altaf Hossain, Hany Saqr,Nadia Saqr, Saida Yaseen, sisters,Samia Faour Miniato,Safa Faour Asadi, Kauser Parveen, Mubashera Shaheen, who have worked together tirelessly along with me to make this vision and dream a reality . We thank the entire community for your enthusiasm and support of this project. May Allah (SWT's) blessings be upon all of us , may He give us strength to move on and expand this project further, insha Allah., ameen
With best regards and Salams to All.
Malika Haque MD,FAAP,
Medical Director, Noor Community Clinic,
Clinical Professor Of Pediatrics , College Of Medicine ,
The Ohio State University,
Section Of Ambulatory Pediatrics
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Muslim Clinic of Ohio (MCO) Columbus
In Partnership with
Ohio State University
NOOR COMMUNITY CLINIC
First Free Clinic in Columbus established by Muslim Physicians to serve the entire community
At Rardin OSU Family Practice Center
Department of Family Practice
2231 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Starting Wednesday January 20th 2010,
For information contact
Noor Community Clinic
Muslim Clinic of Ohio (MCO) is a non profit Organization 501 3 (c) established in 2007 by a group of physicians from Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus with the vision and mission to promote the well-being of the underserved and uninsured by providing access to high quality healthcare for all, regardless of ability to pay in the State of Ohio. MCO has established two Free clinic in Dayton, and Cincinnati. Noor Community Clinic will be the third in Ohio.
Noor Community ClinicBeginning January 20th 2010 and every Wednesday thereafter, the clinic will operate from 5 to 9 p.m. at the OSU Rardin Family center, 2231 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201.Noor Community Clinic is a Free clinic for uninsured and underserved eligible individuals whose household income is not greater than 200% of poverty level and not eligible for Medicare / Medicaid subject to existing guidelines. It is run by volunteer Ohio licensed physicians and allied healthcare professionals. OSU Medical Students and Residents will also assist in the clinic. The clinic provides routine medical care and treatment for non-emergency illness. Screening for illnesses such as Diabetes Mellitus, High blood pressure, STD’s and health education will be offered. Services include physicals, lab work and referrals to specialty care. This clinic does not provide immunization, TB testing or prenatal care.
For Appointments and information:
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: (614)516-3075 on Monday 10am - 3pm and Tuesday 10am–Noon starting January 11th 2010. Leave your name and contact telephone number. These are the only time you can call to request an appointment.
Our clinic coordinator will call you back between 4 and 7 pm on Monday and Tuesday to schedule an appointment. We see a limited number of patients and appointments are made in order of the received calls. If you will not be able to keep an appointment please call to cancel.
For other questions contact us at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Narrated Aisha: " A poor woman came to me along with her daughters. I gave
her three dates. She gave a date to each of them and then she took one date
and brought it to her mouth...but (seeing this) her daughters expressed a
desire to eat (the date). She then divided the date that she intended to eat
between (her daughters). This (kind) treatment impressed me and I mentioned
her actions to (the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him). Thereupon he
said ' Verily God has assured Paradise for her, because of (this act of
Sahih Muslim, Hadith 1210