Academic & Clinical Partners
The University of the Science/Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
Through this collaboration, we provide expertise in medication review and a learning/preceptor environment for future practitioners. As such Miriam Medical Clinics has access to the State of the Art information for appropriate therapies for our patients' disorder. Because information changes constantly, our staff has access to the most recent information concerning the effectiveness and safety of any medications you might be taking.
Temple University Health Sciences
Miriam Medical Clinics, Inc. Sits of the Patient Family Trauma Advisory Board and the Patient Experience Committee of Temple University Hospital. Here we are able to influence community health care at a State of the Art University Medical Center. In this relationship, Miriam Clinics has a steady interchange with hospital officials to steer community health care towards positive outcomes in trauma settings as well as inpatient care.
Why Not Prosper
Miriam Medical Clinics sits of the "Health Connections for Women in Re-Entry" Board founded by Rev. Michelle Simmons of "Why Not Prosper". This body is charged with looking at healthcare access for Women being re-integrated with society from the penal system. This remit ranges from awareness of and lobbying for legislation that regulates access for formerly incarcerated women to connecting formerly incarcerated women with health care resources.
BEBASHI, Transition to Hope
BEBASHI Transition to Hope (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) was founded in 1985 with a mission to respond to the many needs of those infected by HIV in Philadelphia. Since then, this agency has developed a remit to respond to other social determinants of health such as food security, homeless and access to care for those infected with Hepatitis-C Virus. Miriam Medical Clinics, Inc. has partnered with BEBASHI to provide primary health care to clients who lack such services.