Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a medical home and continuing primary health care to uninsured adults living or working at or below 200 % of the Federal poverty level on Johns, Wadmalaw or James Island.

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4,000

Patients Served
Since 2008

122

Volunteer Doctors,
Nurses & Support

$1.3

Million Given in
In-Kind Services

350

Patient Visits
Each Month

Recent News

  • April 24, 2017 05/29/15
    Nancy Prickett Featured In Volunteer Spotlight

    Each month, BIFMC shines a spotlight on one of our many exceptional clinic volunteers. From medical staff to voluntary file clerks, Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is able to provide a warm, caring and expert primary medical home to hundreds of uninsured patients. The residents and workers of our …

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Upcoming Event

Volunteer Appreciation Month! Apr 1

April is Volunteer Appreciation month here at BIFMC! Find out how you can thank our volunteer physicians, nurses and administrative support for their dedication and compassion for our uninsured community members.

Volunteer Appreciation Month!

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  • April 24, 2017 05/29/15
    Top 12 Health & Wellness Books

    Love to indulge in a little health and wellness reading? We’ve compiled a list of some of the best published works from the last three years: From mindset magnums to the history of medicine and penetrating prose on mortality, you’re bound to find a book on …

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