A Letter From David Dunlap on the Retirement of BIFMC Medical Director, Richard Ulmer, MD

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May 3, 2021 Dear Friends and Colleagues, Our beloved Medical Director, Dr. Richard Ulmer, has made his decision to retire effective September 1, 2021. Dr. Ulmer has served as our Medical Director since 2014, and has guided the Clinic’s staff and volunteers through significant improvements and important changes. Most notably, Dr. Ulmer oversaw the transition …

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Moderna Vaccination Drive Up Event 4/22 – 4/24

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Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic will be hosting a Moderna Vaccination Drive Up event for hospitality workers 18 and older: Thursday, April 22 & Friday 23rd: 10am – 4:30pm Saturday, April 24th: 9am – 4pm Location: 3226 Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC 29455 *No Appointments Necessary, Based on Availability & Parking.

BIFMC Awarded Grant From Medical Society of South Carolina

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The Medical Society of South Carolina (MSSC) recently awarded Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic (BIFMC) a grant of $8,500, administered through Coastal Community Foundation (CCF), one of many generous awards directed each year toward community-based health programs that improve “health, wellness, and access.” The fourth oldest Medical Society in the US, known for “Pioneering advances …

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BIFMC Welcomes Nurse Manager, Sue Higgins

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An Interview With BIFMC’s New Nurse Manager, Sue Higgins   “I try my best to help and research to see what is best for the patient in order to help get them what they need to improve their quality of life.”   What is your background in health care, and why did you decide to …

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This #GivingTuesday, Give Local; Give Life

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This #GivingTuesday (Tuesday, December 1st) we hope you will join us by donating to our free clinic here, sharing our FB fundraiser with your friends and family, or hosting your own Facebook fundraiser to support Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic!  We treat uninsured adults who live and work on Johns, James and Wadmalaw islands, Folly Beach, …

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