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  • Refugee Health Clinic

  • Adam Pallant, MD, discusses teaching doctors the human side of medicine.
    Hasbro Children's Hospital's Refugee Health Clinic serves the health needs of refugee children who arrive in Rhode Island from countries worldwide.

    The clinic officially opened in 2007 to standardize and streamline the initial health exam and follow-up care of refugee children arriving in Rhode Island. The clinic is a medical home for refugee families, and a place where they can receive care that is comprehensive, collaborative and cost-effective.

    The clinic has served the health needs of refugees from numerous countries, including Liberia, Burundi, Eritrea, Iraq, Somalia and Nepal.

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    For more information about the Hasbro Children's Hospital Refugee Health Clinic, contact Carol T. Lewis, MD, director, at 401-444-4471 or clewis2@lifespan.org.