Conducting guest care took a new initiative from the White House

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Nearly two years ago, Sierra Leone Health Care Center, Chicago, was the first source in the state for internally displaced persons. At that time, about 60% of all internally displaced persons reached the U.S.. and returned to Illinois to visit the hospital. which saw about 500 refugees in a new month.

These days, Touhy's hospital is ready to close the doors forever.

Sierra Leone's head of state, Teitelbaum, announced last week that the hospital would be closed in December. She stated that there was a need to close the decision last year to reduce the number of internally displaced persons, up to 85% of the newcomers into the hospital since January. 2017, which now has less than 50 visits a month.

"We have to stop a bit of action as long as we can, and we hope to have a change or immigration force," Teitelbaum said. "Without a viewer, and with a clinic that needs great support, we must decide to close the hospital and make changes to other agencies, leaving us a little."

But what happened in Touhy is talking about financial problems across the country that are well-known in providing care for the refugees who have experienced due to emergency reform.

Such hospitals play an important role in helping local immigrants review the health systems, which the advocates say are far from finding them well to understand the new location. In Touhy, 15 staffs speak in 25 languages. It gives patients the ability to study their health, care for them, and some other functions in their own language, in the case.

But the percentage of the Touhy hospital is derived from federal and federal funds distributed to provide details on the health of internally displaced persons. Refugees were required to receive a minimum of 90 days after arriving in the country. The amount of money spent on the hospital like Touhy is based on the number of new patients receiving medical attention.

While most state and local hospitals are conducting national health care, most companies such as Touhy have become well-known centers where health care professionals call them peaceable people and can enjoy their health care and pay attention. if required. Teitelbaum said the lack of new internships as a result of federal policy-making resulted in increased funding for assessing new patients. She did not just leave her $ 800,000 worth of money.

"The only stand-alone program covers the box," said Dr. Gary Kauffman, director of the Touhy Institute. "But if you're talking about real care for the patient who happens when things fail."

Over the last year, the Board of Directors has released the number of internally displaced persons in the list of movements that many people have seen as part of everything that is going on to address cross-border issues. access to the United States by means of & # 39; refugees.

It started in January 2017, when President Donald Trump signed an agreement to reduce the United States border with 110,000 to 50,000 internally displaced persons and halted all 120 days, and has stopped signing from seven most Muslim countries. As a result, he has been the largest refugee in the 40's.

Within the 12 months ended September 30, 22,491 and refugees were allowed to enter the U.S., most of the cases entered into under this program since 1977, according to government data. The number of internally displaced persons dropped near the volumes; 45,000 refugees set up in 2018. Last month, the White House announced plans to reduce the internship rate up to the next 30,000 years.

Depending on the number of newcomers coming down and lowering you visit the health clinic. For many people, decline has led to a serious financial crisis and has led to a lack of uncertainty to some of them beyond the scope of time to meet the needs of internally displaced persons living here to help them get involved in al & # 39; umma.

"The number of people who went in this way was very bad," said Dr. Sarah Kimball, director of nursing school and # 39; refugees at the Boston Medical Center, which provides health care services for individuals with all immigration status and refugee seekers. Since 2011, some 1,800 to 2,400 migrants have been relocated to Massachusetts each year through one of the 10 local governments selected in the state. In 2018 the state received only 464 people.

Internally displaced persons can receive eight months of federal medical assistance. Once this time is over, they are expected to receive a medical service or buy a plan on the market if they do not deserve a cure or a health disorder. But many people are having difficulty after eight months of receiving coverage.

Non-proliferated persons, including refugees, refugees and residential residents, etc., were 17% in 2016, such as According to the Family Foundation survey, almost twice in both the elderly and the elderly. .

Kimball says many of the BMC customers have the healthier needs that the clinic offers to help them get into the umma. Like Touhy, BMC provides healthcare services, including control of the disease, and manages compliance to integrate social services.

Although she acknowledged that refugee displacement had a significant impact on the hospital,

a]In fact, Kimball has heard that hospitals in many ways have been protected from the high-

a]because he was placed in a Boston hospital clinic. She said the hospital's decision to assist internally displaced persons as well as to all immigrants helped them to cope with the losses of refugees.

"We should have a clinical effect at the hospital if this is what we are doing," Kimball said about a visit to the hospital. "Because our plan is that we see a stranger who needs our work, we can be in motion."

Dr. Jeffrey Walden, director of the Greensboro Cone Health & Immigrant Health Clinic Institute of Clinical Medicine, says the number of migrants displaced slowly over the past few months, from the Greensboro Cone Health Refugee and Immigrant Health Clinic. patients patients five weeks to only two patients between June and early October.

Like Sinai, Cone Clinic refugee clinic special service patients escape. But like BMC, Cone's Disease is not only dependent on tolerance, but instead uses its position as a training training for residents.

"If you are trying to rely solely on sick interns to care for the possibility of spending out of the cost that will not be possible," Walden said. Walden's clinic does not have a significant impact on the decline in immigration, but it is worried that patients who are ill will be kidnapped by training. "Within four months,

yes, in the summer we were talking about what to do, "said Walden.

At the Touhy hospital, its closure means the loss of the site only in Chicago and Cook County designed to provide new health care services, which means patients will travel approximately one-on-one for a assess them in the next year. Teitelbaum says Sinai works with the Embassy Office and # 39; Refugees of the state to provide an alternative replacement program to other suppliers and work to find out some of the options used for 15 years.

To many people, Touhy will be depicted as a loss of reliability and will be difficult to replace. As on Wednesday, more than 1,990 people posted a paper on Change.org calling for the Touhy hospital to be open. When asked about the possibility of reopening the hospital if the federal government began to provide more and more refugees, Teitelbaum said it would be difficult to find out more about the professional, language and al- 39; adu.

"Once you launch such a crucial program, I do not know how to bring it back together," Teitelbaum said. "It's a terrible blow and a bad political goal."