Cameron Memorial Hospital is thrilled to offer the resource of a respiratory clinic to all Steuben County residents. The need from the community has proven to be more than we originally anticipated.
Because of this, we are moving some of our services to new locations in order to accommodate the volume as beginning today, Monday, March 30th officials will be moving the following clinics in the likes of Cameron Occupational Medicine that will be moved to the Medical Office Building. Cameron Occupational Medicine patients will be seen by appointment only with the new location at 416 East Maumee St. Suite 304, Angola, IN 46703.
Another one is Cameron Immunization Clinic that will be moved to the Medical Office Building. Cameron Immunization patients will be seen by appointment only with the new location at 416 East Maumee St. Suite 303, Angola, IN 46703.
Much thought and effort has gone into the creation, organization, staffing and communication of this clinic as Cameron officials hope that this will meet the goal of keeping potentially infected people away from those who likely are not.
Cameron officials are also asking for the community’s support and insist that you do not present to the clinic without an appointment.
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