The purpose of this bachelor thesis is to focus on the AmberMed institution, which offers ambulatory medical services to people who have no medical insurance. The analysis on the institution, is an effort to cast doubt and bring up a discussion on the location, offers and range of the services, as well as the reach in the interest of the patients and plan a new project that accommodates a support system for the patients' multiple health problems.
The literary part of the paper, explains the key terms of health and insurance systems as well as the term of community work. In the course of the empirical research, there is a more specific approach towards the national and international supply structures, the meaning and importance of health in a special concept as this, the entry barriers into the system and the social factors of the situation as a whole. The resultant analyses suggest an obvious and imminent demand for action in the field of social work; as mobility impairments, the language barrier mainly due to high rates of immigration and low financial resources which in turn are caused due to insufficient or nonexistent income, represent or even constitute the basic concepts of the project.