Truecare opens QuickCare clinic for same-day health care services in San Marcos

TrueCare, a San Marcos-based community wellbeing treatment company, opened a QuickCare clinic for similar-working day well being treatment products and services at 1595 Grand Ave. off point out Route 78, in the vicinity of the Las Posas exit in San Marcos.

The TrueCare West San Marcos QuickCare is supposed to present nonemergency care for health and fitness difficulties that call for instant attention.

Patients can get care for a assortment of healthcare providers by producing an appointment just before coming in to see a physician or other health treatment supplier.

The clinic consists of nine assessment rooms to make it

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TrueCare Expands in San Marcos to Increase Access to Same-Day Medical Service

SAN MARCOS, Calif., Sept. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — North San Diego County people now have higher obtain to similar-working day wellbeing care services with the opening of a new TrueCare West San Marcos QuickCare on Grand Avenue. Prompt good quality health care care is crucial, in particular with flu time approaching, and TrueCare is completely ready to provide the neighborhood with expanded entry to non-crisis health and fitness care providers that call for quick interest.

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San Diego County supervisors consider $2.76 billion budget for health care, social services

San Diego County supervisors are considering a $2.76 billion spending plan for health, homelessness and social services that would add new behavioral health services, fund homeless shelters and develop affordable housing.

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency spending comprises the largest part of the county’s proposed $7.15 billion budget for the next fiscal year that begins July 1.

The agency would see a slight drop in expenditures over the next year, with a 1.1 percent decline from $2.84 billion to $2.76 billion, due to the elimination of one-time COVID-19 spending, according to budget figures

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Community organization working to expand health care services in southeastern San Diego

The Urban Collaborative Project is leading the charge to make sure that southeastern San Diegans get access to after-hours health care.

Currently, many residents in the region lack sufficient access to care because they often have to travel outside of their communities to get medical attention after normal business hours or on weekends, when urgent-care centers in the area are closed, according to the collaborative.

The collaborative is an outreach program that uses volunteers to address disparities within the community, and its health-action team is working to do just that with the goal of expanding urgent-care services to include wraparound

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