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ERIC Number: ED047882
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 78
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Migrant Health Program, 1969 Annual Report.
New Jersey State Dept. of Health, Trenton.
The New Jersey State Department of Health has placed increasing emphasis on high-quality health care since the first hospital-based Migrant Family Clinic replaced field clinics in 1965. Statistics show that medical services provided by the program reached 38% of all migrant workers in New Jersey at the peak of the 1969 crop season; however, extension of program services to reach a till larger percentage of the migrant population will require more clinic facilities and transportation to bring patients to the necessary services. As reported, there was a shortage of nurses, but physician and hospital services were readily available and were used by the migrants. Efforts have been consistently applied to the implementation of project-supported sanitation standards: the 1969 potable water program and the installation of a water-borne sewage disposal system evidence positive results. Community family counseling agencies increased assistance to migrant families in 1969, and migrants now participate in the Health Services Index Referral System. (LS)
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Sponsor: Public Health Service (DHEW), Rockville, MD.
Authoring Institution: New Jersey State Dept. of Health, Trenton.
Identifiers - Location: New Jersey