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We Have Been Serving Noninsured and Underinsured Individuals and Families Throughout the Greater Las Vegas Valley Since 2005

When you and your family are in need of medical services at budget-friendly rates, you’ve come to the right place. Community Outreach Medical Center offers wide-ranging medical services delivered with warmth, courteousness, and compassion.

Our medical professionals and staff have a vast experience in their respective fields of specialty and welcome patients as diverse as they are. They speak various languages, including English, Spanish ( Español ), American Sign Language (ASL), Tagalog, Malayalam (മലയാളം), and Tigrinya (ትግርኛ). We also have over 240 languages available for translation and interpretation services through Language Line Solutions!

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established for the purpose of charity. To learn more about us and our services, browse our website or get in touch with us today! 

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Community Outreach Medical Center- Corona Virus (COVID-19) Protocol 

COMC will provide in-person care Mondays through Fridays, from 8:15am to 5pm. As an alternative to in-person care, telehealth services will be available to patients during normal business hours (Mondays through Fridays from 8:15am-5pm). As a preventative measure, COMC will only allow NECESSARY family members/caregivers to accompany patients to appointments.


Patients will need to complete a self-attestation form before they are able to be seen. The form includes any symptoms or signs of COVID-19 the patient might be experiencing. Patients with two (2) or more symptoms will not be granted access to the clinic and will be further assessed and provided additional instruction.


All staff will engage in proper hand hygiene practices, wear adequate PPE and use caution when engaging in all person-to-person contact throughout the clinic. Front desk staff will ensure patients are made aware of clinic Coronavirus precautions and protocol during patient interactions and appointment reminder calls.


The following measures may be adjusted to suit patient and or clinic needs:


- If a patient is home and believes he/she may be experiencing Coronavirus symptoms, prior to arriving at the facility, the patient should call the healthcare provider to discuss symptoms.


- If a patient is experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, the health provider will instruct the patient to stay home for an incubation period of no less than 14 days with instruction of minimal person-to-person contact, or until the patient experiences severe symptoms (for example, shortness of breath); patients experiencing severe symptoms will be instructed to report to the local Emergency Department.


- If a patient arrives at a healthcare provider appointment and reports or is believed to be symptomatic, the patient will be sent home with instructions for of minimal person-to-person contact and to be tested for COVID-19.


- If a patient reports to COMC and is experiencing severe symptoms, the healthcare provider will either instruct the patient to report to the local Emergency Department or obtain/collect nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal specimens for COVID-19 diagnostic testing. Once a patient has been tested, the health provider will send the patient home with instructions for minimal person-to-person contact.


Please contact COMC’s Clinical Coordinator or Community Health Manager for further instruction or clarifying questions at 702-657-3873.



Thank you.

Respectfully,

COMC Management



July 5, 2022