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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Dr. Jim Hayes, Board of Directors Chair and volunteer physician for Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic, was featured recently in the May/June edition of Charleston's Healthlinks Magazine. The piece, entitled "Doctors Who Give Back" by Anne Toole, highlighted the doctors who "make a difference in …
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is currently accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Non-Clinical Patient Navigator to assist patients with non-clinical processes related to their medical care and to advocate for patients seeking community and government resources. Deadline to apply TBA.
An estimated 45 million Americans live below the federal poverty limit - approximately 14.5% of the population. Among this population, it is projected that 23 million Americans will be without health insurance in 2017: due to financial hardship, lack of medicaid eligibility, or because their …