public-health services targeted to a given community, often a low-income population.
community medicine com·mu·ni·ty medicine (kə-myōō’nĭ-tē)
Public health services emphasizing preventive medicine and epidemiology for members of a given community or region.
noun 1. a health-care facility or network of agencies that is part of a system originally authorized by the U.S. government to provide a coordinated program of continuing mental health care to a specific population.
- Community of massive gaming agency
body (CMGA) An online gaming portal introduced by German Telekom. (2003-06-15)
- Community of sovereign republics
noun 1. a political and economic union formed in 1996 by Russia and Belarus
- Community policing
noun 1. the assigning of the same one or two policemen to a particular area so that they become familiar with the residents and the residents with them, as a way of reducing crime