How To Quit Smoking

Categories: Blog, Common Concerns
A recent study by the American Cancer Society found that almost half of all cancer deaths were attributed to modifiable risk factors, such as smoking. Smoking cigarettes kills more Americans than alcohol, car accidents, HIV, guns, and illegal drugs combined. While you may already know about all the risks associated with tobacco use, quitting is …

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BIFMC Drop-Off Location for Florence Relief Items

Categories: News
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic will be collecting donation items to assist in Hurricane Florence Recovery. A drop off bin will be located in front of our clinic at 3226 Maybank Highway, Building #C, on Johns Island for the next several weeks. Please see accepted items from the list below, or Download the PDF Here. **no …

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Preventing Suicide

Categories: Blog
No one wants to think that the pain and sadness of a loved one is enough to cause suicidal feelings – but the reality is, suicide is one of the leading causes of death – and is on the rise in the US. Knowing the signs, whether you see them in yourself or a loved …

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Should I Stay in Charleston During A Hurricane?

Categories: Blog, Common Concerns
Check here for the latest local updates. In the midst of Hurricane Season for the Lowcountry, staying safe is the number one priority. It is critical to stay informed, especially if you or your loved ones make the decision to remain in your home during a dangerous weather event or in the face of an evacuation …

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BIFMC to Host New “Runway” Fundraiser

Categories: News, Other
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is excited to announce the first annual “Fashion For A Cause” fundraiser, to take place at The River Course at Kiawah Island Club on November 9th, 2018, from 11am-2pm. The event will include a runway fashion show featuring boutique clothing lines by Lilly Pulitzer, J. McLaughlin, and Scout & Molly’s Boutique, followed …

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