Supporting the CIS Free Clinic

Supporting the CIS Free Clinic

Last Saturday we hosted another edition of the Free Clinic with the Chinese International School!

What is the CIS Free Clinic?

Going on for 3 years now, the Free Clinic is an initiative by CIS students who's goal is to bring free medical care to those who need it. Working with several ONGs like St Barnabas’ Church, Branches of Hope and Christian Action, they organise a Free Clinic day with volunteer practitioners to offer free medical treatment to communities that wouldn't otherwise have easy access.

What do WE do to help out?

We have been collaborating since 2016, bringing together our GPs, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Naturopaths and many more professionals from the healthcare community.

This last event was hosted for the first time at our new practice in Central, Central Wellness. The student volunteers always work very hard to organise each event, and the outcome reflects that. We thank them for all of their hard work and for the opportunity to volunteer!

We'd also like to thank the practitioners that collaborated in this edition:

Carol Cam, Physiotherapist

Victoria Crowe, Physiotherapist

Marie-Odile Ringue, Kinesiologist

Jo Herbert-Doyle, Naturopath

Sandra Carvajal, Nutritionist, Health Coach & Yoga Instructor 

Guillaume Guiroud, Osteopath

Dr Damien Mouellic, Osteopath

 

 

Want to learn more?

If you would like to support the Free Clinic association, you can get in touch with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

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