‘Street medicine’ is an attempt to shake up people and let them know that little efforts can make a big difference in someone else’s life!
In Los Angeles’ West Side, teams of health workers bring critical medical services to people who are often averse to seeking treatment providing them with small but successful services, making a big difference to the community.
America does not provide universal health care, as a result of which there a lot of uninsured and homeless people in dire need of medical attention as they are unable to either transfer themselves to the Venice Family Clinic.
This small gesture has been a grand success and this film captures the remarkable feat being achieved by the selfless health workers.
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