Health Resource Guide
Offered by Cuyahoga County Board of Health
at SJMC Community Outreach
Fridays, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
29160 Center Ridge Road, Suite R, Westlake
By appointment only, Call 216-201-2041
Health Care Access
is a program designed as a resource to access health
care services for the uninsured. Program referrals can
be made by anyone including community agencies,
churches and physician offices. Contact 440-925-0010.
Working in partnership with LifeShare Community
Blood Services, SJMC will host blood drives on
Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, April 29 from
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at SJMC, Building 2, firrst floor
Auditorium B. For information or other locations,
visit www.lifeshare.cc or 866.644.Life (5433).
Mobile Medical Care
provides traditional physician house calls (office visits)
for the homebound elderly (either at home or in an
assisted living facility). Patients must be 65 years of
age or older and have traditional Medicare coverage.
Continuity of care is provided through regular
visits from the physician and nurse on a monthly
or bi-monthly schedule. For questions or for more
information call 440-617-9029.
Senior Supper Club
Seniors can eat at St. John Medical Center’s
Terrace View Cafe (cafeteria) for a 45 percent discount.
Supper times are Monday through Friday from
4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday
4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Just be sure to bring your card.
Anyone over the age of 60 can apply for a “Senior
Supper Club Card.” Simply pick up a card from the
Westlake Center for Community Services or North
Olmsted Senior Center. Then bring your card to the
Terrace View Cafe at St. John Medical Center for
a 45 percent discount on all food (except bottled
beverages and “Simply to Go” items). There is a
$10.00 limit per customer for the discount; after
that the items are full price.
For more information call the North Olmsted Senior
Center at 440-777-8100 or the Westlake Center for
Community Services at 440-899-3544.
Deaf Access Program (DAP)
DAP promotes and teaches deaf people self-advocacy
skills to improve both access and quality of their
healthcare. DAP provides an on-site deaf advocate
and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter to
deaf and hard-of-hearing patients around the clock.
Tsis program teaches cultural and linguistic diversity
among caregivers. For information V/VP 216-370-7318.
Prescription Drop-Off Box
Do you have old, leftover or expired medications
around your house? You can safely dispose of
these medications without harming the environment.
Prescription Drug Drop Boxes are located at the Bay
Village, Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted,
Rocky River and Westlake Police Departments.
Any medications with the exception of liquids
or syringes can be dropped off. Simply blackout
your information with a permanent marker or
remove the labels. This effort helps with the
prevention of prescription drug abuse and crime
and also helps keep our environment safe. Contact
your local police department for more information.
The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is a caring community that
supports, educates and empowers individuals
and families touched by cancer through
programs and services provided free of charge.
The Gathering Place West
800 Sharon Drive, Westlake
Concussion Management Program
for Student Athletes
If your child suffers a head injury playing sports, you
want to make sure he or she is safe before returning to
play. St. John Medical Center now offers studentathletes
the opportunity to establish a balance function
baseline with a $20 test. Taking this step before injury
creates an invaluable reference point for measuring
injury impact, results in a faster and more successful
rehabilitation, and provides objective information to
help clinicians make safe return-to play decisions.
Call 440-414-6050 for more information.
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