• 1039 W Florence Ave Los Angeles, CA 90044 United States
  • Mon - Fri 8.00 - 6.00 PM Sat - 9 AM - 2 PM. Sunday CLOSED
2020

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Program & Services

Program & Services

Our Services

Yehowa Medical Services (YMS) provide high quality medical and social services to individuals and families regardless of their social, economic or ethnic backgrounds.

Children’s Services

YMS facilities provide primary care services for children on a consultative or routine basis. Care is provided for infants, children, and adolescents from birth to 19 years of age. Children are seen by appointment.

Dental Services

All dental Services are perform in-house in our state of the art dental facilities.With our specialized dentists with multiple years of experience, trust that we can put a beautiful smile on your face.

Mental Health

Yehowa Medical Services will refer all mental health services to our affiliated Mental Health Care facilities to ensure that all patients receives the appropriate care they need.

Senior Services

Through a range of health and nutrition education activities, fitness programs, health screenings, immunizations and health fairs, we are helping seniors in under-served communities to add years to their lives and life to their years.

Primary Care

YMS is a leading provider of primary health services in Los Angeles. YMS team of bilingual physicians & health care professionals deliver patient-centered care focused on prevention quality outcomes, & latest in chronic disease care management.

Health Education

Yehowa Medical Services offer a variety of programs that focus on prevention, self-management and healthy lifestyle behaviors. Classes and health education materials are available to patients and community members free of charge.

Transportation

YMS is dedicated to your personal well-being and the convenience of our patients. Please contact us for schedules and additional information.

Women’s Health

You can count on quality care delivered by our team of bilingual and bicultural doctors, nurses, health educators and peer counselors. YMS wants to be your partner!

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Health Resources & Services Administration

(HSRA) Consider Yehowa Medical Services a Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike (under the Consolidated Health Center Program) is Section 1905(l)(2)(B) of the Social Security Act.)

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Frequently Asked Questions!

What is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)?

The CDC or Centers for Disease Control is a federal agency that helps to protect the American public from outbreaks of infections in the community.

How do I get coronavirus?

Similar to colds and the flu, we get coronavirus when we are around someone that has been infected by it and they cough or sneeze around us. This illness can go into our eyes, nose and mouth and make us sick. We can also get the virus from touching surfaces that have been contaminated with coronavirus and then touching our face.

Is Coronavirus Treatable?

There is no treatment and no vaccine for the coronavirus at this moment. Specialists are working on developing treatments and vaccines, but this may take six months or more. Most people with mild infections (80% of cases), will feel better by following treatment recommendations for the common cold and flu: stay home, keep away from others, and take over the counter remedies.

How do I prevent myself or others from getting coronavirus?

The best way to prevent infection is to stay away from people who are sick, sneezing or coughing. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) advises people to follow these tips to help prevent the coronavirus, colds, and flu.

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick with cold/flu symptoms.
Stay home when you are sick.
Cough or sneeze in your elbow or into a tissue and then throw the tissue in the trash. Wash hands again.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
Avoid unnecessary travel, public gatherings, or any meeting with large groups of people

Is the Corona Virus (COVID-19) the same as SARS virus or MERS?

No. They are cousins to the coronavirus COVID-19 virus but not as severe.

I recently traveled & I am now sick with fever or Shortness of Breath?

If you developed symptoms within 14 days of being in another country where there is a coronavirus outbreak (Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East or places in the US with a COVID-19 outbreak) you should immediately call your local health department or the patient service center at (323)-776-1500. They will work with a health care provider to assess your symptoms. If you seek medical attention, it is extremely important that you call before you go and describe your symptoms and travel history.

What is close contact to a Coronavirus Patient?

Close contact is being in the same room with someone with the illness, six feet or closer, for a prolonged period of time (two minutes or longer) without wearing protective gear such as a facemask, gown, or gloves.

What is the Health Department?

This is a state and federal organization that assists in identifying and preventing contagious infections in our communities.

What does Social Distancing Mean?

This means reducing risk of exposure by keeping distance between people. Avoid events and places where there are more people, such as conferences and concerts, farmer markets, and sporting events. Avoid gatherings that do not allow you to keep a distance of 6 feet from others. Avoid unnecessary contact, such as shaking hands. If you need to go to the supermarket, work, or school, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after touching any object or surface that others may have touched.

How do I get Tested?

Yehowa Medical is waiving the cost-sharing and co-pays for medically necessary screening and testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus). If it is determined that you are sick enough to need evaluation in the clinic, you must wear a mask upon entry and identify yourself as needing to be tested for possible coronavirus. You will be evaluated by the clinic to see if you are able to get testing approved through the County Department of Health. Most people do not meet the criteria for testing and will be sent home to recover with over the counter remedies.

What does Social Distancing Mean?

This means reducing risk of exposure by keeping distance between people. Avoid events and places where there are more people, such as conferences and concerts, farmer markets, and sporting events. Avoid gatherings that do not allow you to keep a distance of 6 feet from others. Avoid unnecessary contact, such as shaking hands. If you need to go to the supermarket, work, or school, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after touching any object or surface that others may have touched.

What is the 2019 Coronavirus or COVID-19?

Coronaviruses are a type of virus that commonly affect animals. A newly identified coronavirus has begun to infect humans and is called COVID-19. This new virus started in China in December 2019. Since it is not common in humans, we do not have natural defenses against it and we are not sure how the human body will respond to a coronavirus COVID-19 infection. The symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, which can lead to pneumonia and, in rare cases, death. Eighty percent of infections are mild but twenty percent are more severe and may require a hospital stay.

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