Clay Community Care Cliinc

Residents obtain extensive training in the outpatient setting through their Ambulatory Rotation and their Continuity Clinic.  During residents Ambulatory rotation, they spend a dedicated 2 weeks in the Clay Community Care Clinic (CCCC) providing high quality primary care to their own panel of patients.  Additionally, when on elective rotations, residents will see their panel of patients on 1 half-day per week in the CCCC.

Throughout the resident’s 3-year training, they will be the primary care provider for the patients, seeing them from all primary care needs including, annual visits, preventive healtth visits, sick visits, and anything in between.

Residents practice within an interdisciplinary health care team that includes physicians, a social worker, , nurse practitioners, pharmacists, medical assistants, students, and support staff.

They also work on performance improvement teams to attain skills and develop the knowledge and technical skills necessary to provide their patients with comprehensive and compassionate care.

The Clay Community Care Clinic was dedicated to Dr. Jim Clay.  Dr. Clay served as senior pathologist and medical director of the Piedmont Athens Regional laboratory for 35 years.  He was kind, patient, humble and caring- a true Southern gentleman.  Dr. Clay valued education and helping others.  He realized he could support both by leaving his legacy with the Clay Community Care Clinic.

In addition to providing our patients high-quality primary care, we also have speciality clinics.  This allows us to provide comphrensive medical care to every patient, regardless of age, race, gender, ability to pay, insurance status in house.

Our specialty clinic include:

  • Infectious Diseases
  • Pulmonary Diseases
  • Endocrinology
  • Nephrology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Smoking Cessation

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1270 Prince Avenue
Suite 102
Athens, GA 30606 / USA

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