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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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Volunteer Opportunity: Non-Clinical Patient Navigator May 18

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.

Volunteer Opportunity: Non-Clinical Patient Navigator

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  • May 16, 2017 05/29/15
    4 Common Myths About Poverty

    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 …

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