Why Women’s Health Clinic Is Worth $500,000 a Day to the World
Posted On July 13, 2021
UCLA Health Clinic is a top-notch health care provider and one of the top-rated health centers in the country, according to the American Medical Association.
The $500K+ per day that UCLAM has been able to offer for women’s health has earned the clinic an amazing reputation and helped UCLASH grow to a much larger size and to a position of global importance, according the UCLASTA website.
UCLAMS first women’s clinic opened in the city of Austin in 2003.
Now, the clinic offers more than 350 clinics across the United States and Canada, and UCLAS health center in Birmingham, Alabama is home to nearly 100 clinics.
The UCLACC has partnered with the United Way of Birmingham, Birmingham United Methodist Church and UClASH to offer an average of $50,000 in annual grants to clinics across Alabama.
The clinics offer specialized services, including breast and cervical cancer screenings, gynecology screenings, and more.
The clinics also offer services like birth control, abortion, pregnancy testing and more, and offer a variety of prenatal and postnatal care, including breastfeeding.
The Clinic is also home to the UClAS Health Center and its two primary facilities: UCLAC and UclAS Health Centers.
The clinic is a leading provider of comprehensive reproductive health services to women of color, including HIV testing and treatment.