Vanessa Rodriguez, a nurse practitioner at the UC Irvine community health clinic in Anaheim, attributed the new patients to clinic staff being out in the community doing virus testing, educational outreach and vaccinations. “It’s a great way to make these new relationships,” Rodriguez said in a Saturday phone interview. “Especially family medicine. You’re treating the kids, the mom, you’re treating the grandma.” … “I think seeing all the new patients boosted my mood during the pandemic — being able to see my patients both in and out of the clinic. Because I live so close to the clinic, I see my patients at the grocery store or out doing laps.”
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Voice of OC, March 15, 2021
March 15, 2021