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  • Dr. George Gallardo, left, a third year medical resident, discusses a patient with UC Davis medical student Aimee Anselm, 25, right, as Dr. Heather Vierra, center, the TEACH (Transforming Education and Community Health) clinical director, listens at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. UC Davis doctors, residents and students work together to treat uninsured patients.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Dr. Sara Teasdale, right, a third year UC Davis medical resident, helps sort out Donald Dubose's medical issues, as his wife Frances, daughter, Chloe, 6, and son Cody, 4, wait at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Dubose suffers from memory loss, depression and back pain among other things.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Dr. Sara Teasdale, right, a third year UC Davis medical resident, examines Donald Dubose's back during a visit to the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Dubose suffers from memory loss, depression and back pain among other things.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Daniel Heidelburg, 51, a retired Para Transit driver from Oak Park, waits as a UC Davis medical team discuss his case at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. He suffers from COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and had injured his left foot when he dropped his oxygen tank on it. HeÕs one of about 4,000 patients without insurance seen every year by UC Davis doctors in training through a unique partnership between the federal government, the Med School and the county that has potentially saved taxpayers millions of dollars in emergency room visits - the default doctorÕs office for poor, underserved, uninsured patients in distress.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Daniel Heidelburg, 51, a retired Para Transit driver from Oak Park, is examined by UC Davis Doctor George Gallardo, a third year resident, as Kevin Diaz, a third year medical student observes during an appointment at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Heidelburg, who suffers from COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease had injured his foot after dropping his oxygen tank on it. HeÕs one of about 4,000 patients without insurance seen every year by UC Davis doctors in training through a unique partnership between the federal government, the Med School and the county that has potentially saved taxpayers millions of dollars in emergency room visits - the default doctorÕs office for poor, underserved, uninsured patients in distress.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • UC Davis Medical Doctor Sara Teasdale, a 3rd year resident, left, is joined by UC Davis Medical Doctor Stephany Sanchez, right, to consult with a patient at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Sanchez completed her three year residency at the clinic and has been working there for three years since. They are part of a team of UC Davis students, residents and doctors who work at the Transforming Education and Community Health (TEACH) clinic. At a time when there's a national shortage of primary care physicians, two thirds of the MDs who have graduated from this program go on to practice primary care or general internal medicine, more than twice the rate of internal medicine programs nationwide, said UC Davis Medical School Dean Mark Henderson.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Medical patient Patrick Hackett, 45, goes over his medical issues with UC Davis medical doctor Sara Teasdale a third year resident, right, as Dr. Stephany Sanchez, center, observes at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Heather Strom, 44, left, suffering from massive edema, listens with her fiancŽ Dustin Creed, 24, as UC Davis medical doctor Sara Teasdale, a third year resident, discuss her progress with Dr. Heather Vierra, far right, the TEACH (Transforming Education and Community Health) clinical director, at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. UC Davis doctors, residents and students work together to treat uninsured patients.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Heather Strom, 44, center, suffering from massive edema, listens as her fiancŽ Dustin Creed, 24, left, goes over information with UC Davis medical Dr. Sara Teasdale, right, a third year resident, at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Creed was discussing how he placed the dressing over the open sores on her leg.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Heather Strom, 44, left, suffering from massive edema, explains her plight with UC Davis medical Doctor Sara Teasdale, right, a third year resident, at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. At a time when there's a national shortage of primary care physicians, two thirds of the MDs who have graduated from this program go on to practice primary care or general internal medicine, more than twice the rate of internal medicine programs nationwide, said UC Davis Medical School Dean Mark Henderson.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Heather Strom, 44, center, suffering from massive edema on her legs, listens with her fiancŽ Dustin Creed, 24, right, as UC Davis medical Doctor Sara Teasdale, a third year resident, discuss her progress at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Now in its 10th year, the TEACH Program has helped make UC Davis Medical School the most diverse in California, UC David Medical School Dean Mark Henderson said.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Heather Strom, 44, who suffers from massive edema says the pharmacy didn't give her enough pain medicine as UC Davis medical doctor Sara Teasdale, a third year resident, consoles her. She was shorted the pills that were ordered on the prescription and Teasdale would follow-up for her during a visit at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • UC Davis medical Dr. Sara Teasdale, a third year resident, finishes an exam with Heather Strom, 44, who suffers from massive edema at the Primary Care Center on Tuesday Aug. 12, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Strom's fiancŽ Dustin Creed helped bandage the open sores on her leg during the visit.
    RenŽe C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
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