Our Mission: Quality & Compassion.

We provide free health care and offer a continuing medical home to uninsured adults living below 200% of the Federal poverty level who have residence or employment on Johns, James, or Wadmalaw Island.

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4,200

Patients Served
Since 2008

122

Volunteer Doctors,
Nurses & Support

$1.3

Million Given in
In-Kind Services

350

Patient Visits
Each Month

Recent News

  • December 15, 2017 05/29/15
    Dr. Victor Agusta Recipient of 2018 Angel Oak Award

    Dr. Victor Agusta, volunteer physician at Barrier Island Free Medical Clinic, has been selected for the 2018 Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club Angel Oak Award. The prestigious award was established by the K-S Exchange Club in 2012 to "recognize a volunteer who has made an outstanding contribution to …

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Upcoming Event

#BIFMCbuild Campaign Nov 28

Help Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic fund supplies and medical equipment for our brand new clinic building, opening in March 2018! 

#BIFMCbuild Campaign

Charleston Cares

  • December 8, 2017 05/29/15
    I [Heart] Recipes: Chocolate Pudding Cake

    The holiday season is infamously sweet - but you don't have to deprive that sweet tooth. This simple, make-ahead dessert feels decadent enough to deck the halls but kind enough to leave your arteries well alone. Sugar free, fat free pudding mix is the secret …

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