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SLO NOOR FOUNDATION

We strive to provide free, high quality, preventative


healthcare to the underserved and uninsured.
Dr. Rupert C. Chowins
Eye Clinic Director
Board of Directors Chairman

Outline
Why we admire
the Lions Club

How we can work


together

Who we are

Patient testimonial

Who we serve

Questions

Our work
Eye clinic
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We Serve

Providing High
Quality Care

Why We Admire The Lions Club


To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

Lions Eye Program

The Trailer

Lions to Honduras

10,000 recycled glasses


from Lions to Honduras

February 2014

We Serve

Providing High
Quality Care

Who We Are
To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

Our Founder
Origin of name?
Noor means hope or light

We strive to provide free, high


quality, preventative healthcare
to the underserved and
uninsured.
Dr. Ahmad Nooristani

Our Mission
Prevention of chronic illnesses will save lives
and decrease financial burden on the
community, hospitals, and households.
Prevention of disease and illness:
Strokes

High blood pressure

Heart attacks

Cancer

Diabetes

Blindness
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Noor Foundation Today


1.5 paid staff
Over 600 unpaid volunteers
Physicians assistant Jan. 2014
Now open 5 days a week

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Services We Provide
Physical Exams

On-site lab testing

Disease prevention screening

Specialty referrals

Radiology services (Radiology

Physical therapy (SLO Sports

Associates)

Therapy)

HepC clinic

Dental Services

Eye exams/Free Glasses

Pharmaceuticals (Alliance for

Glaucoma treatment

Pharmaceutical Access)
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Expanding 2014: Dental Clinic


Opened Feb. 2014
First free dental clinic

on the Central Coast


Volunteer staff
17 Dentists
16 Hygienists
3 Dental Labs
3 Oral Surgeons
3 Periodontists
1 Endodontist

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Eye Services We Provide


Comprehensive eye exams
Glasses
Glaucoma service
Diabetic eye care
Coming soon
Eye surgery

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Patient Profile: Steven

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We Serve

Providing High
Quality Care

Who We Serve
To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

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We Serve Those That Are


Uninsured
And
Unable to Pay
Privately

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Patient Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 25% African American 1%
Native American 2%
Asian 2%
Middle Eastern 3%
Mixed 4%
Unknown 9%
Caucasian 54%

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How Many People Need Help?


In 2012 over 45 million
Americans had no health
insurance
80 million Americans reported
that they did not get treated
because of financial burden

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How Many People Need Help?


860 people die weekly because
they lack health insurance
Harvard Study, 20091
80% of personal bankruptcies
have a health crisis as the major
component

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Increased Services 2013-14


Type of Service

2013

Total Patient
Encounters

386

Physician/PA
Test Follow Up

94

ER Patient Follow
Up

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2014

243%
230%
937
217%
13%
216
230%
26
158%
314%
278
130%

Increase
243%
230%
217%

In-house Tests

207

13%

Outsourced Tests

94

216

230%

New Patients
Visits

102

155

158%

Established
Patient Visits

121

380

314%

Eye Patients

129

168

130%

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Our Patients Work


48%

Employed

40%

Unemployed

12%

Homeless, Students, Disabled, Retired

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We Serve

Providing High
Quality Care

Our Work
To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

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Total Patients Per Clinic Type 2012-13


3500
3000

2860

Patients

2500
2000
1500

1355

1000
500

236

340

0
Medical

Eye

Hep C

Clinic Type

All Other

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Data Disclaimer
This data does not include
In-house tests
Outsourced professional services
Surgeries
Medication savings

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Patients Per City 2012-13


Pismo Beach
Cities*
379

4,800 total patients

Paso Robles*
504
Nipomo/
Oceano*
344

San Luis
Obispo
1364

Santa
Margarita
65

$482 per patient


Morro Bay/Los
Osos*
842

Cayucos
74

Atascadero
484

Cambria
143

Santa Maria
153
Templeton
52

Out of Area
67
Arroyo Grande
25
320

Amount Spent Per City 2012-13


$700,000

$657k

$600,000

USD

$500,000
$405k

$400,000
$300,000

$242k
$182k
$165k

$233k
$200,000 $154k
$100,000

$68k
$35 k

$0

SLO County Cities

$31k

$73k

$32k
$25k

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For a Grand Total of

4,800 patients
$2,300,000
Plus referrals

Estimated more than


$4 million

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We Serve We Serve

Providing High
TogetherQuality Care

How We Can Work Together


To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

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Expanding Lions Vision Mission


Lions Club cares for:

We want to continue the

Children

Lions Club mission of

Adults

providing eye care to the


underprivileged in SLO county
Lions
Children

The Noor Foundation


Adults

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We Want to Serve with the Lions Club


Annual grants from the

County of

SLO go to:
Patient care
Diagnostic tests:
Labs
Radiology

Equipment
We still need help to keep the lights on and the doors open.

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We Serve Together

Patient Testimonial: Sandra


To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

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We Serve Together

Questions?
To be the global leader in

To provide free, high quality,

community and

preventative health care to the

humanitarian service.

underserved and uninsured.

Thank You For Your Time and Service