Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic Celebrates Grand Opening

Categories: News
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic held a Ribbon Cutting Celebration and Grand Opening on Sunday, April 22, 2018. The Free Clinic recently opened its seven-exam facility room doors to treat even more uninsured adults who live or work on Johns, James and Wadmalaw Islands. Surrounded by supporters and community members, staff and volunteers, it was …

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Clinic Featured in ‘The Post & Courier’ Article

Categories: News, Non-Profit
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic was recently featured in The Post & Courier on Monday, September 4, 2017. The health section top story, “This free clinic on Johns Island sees 350 patients per month. Most people don’t know it’s there,” written by journalist Mary Katherine Wildeman, underscored the constant yet quiet workings of Free Clinic physicians, nurses …

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Carole McCrary Featured in Volunteer Spotlight

Categories: News, Volunteer Spotlight
Each month, BIFMC shines a spotlight on one of our many exceptional clinic volunteers. From medical staff to voluntary file clerks, Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is able to provide a warm, caring and expert primary medical home to hundreds of uninsured patients. The residents and workers of our Lowcountry community are cared for and kept healthy due to the commitment …

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BIFMC Community Pillar Profile: Dr. Victor Agusta

Categories: BIFMC Pillar Profiles, Home Feature, News
While Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic counts its blessings to receive the voluntary time and dedication of a physician like Dr. Victor Agusta, he is fact is one of those rare humble spirits who considers the pleasure to be all his. “If the Clinic is the miracle,” wrote Barbara Burgess once for the Seabrook community …

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Clinic Volunteer Surge Brings Growth And Optimism

Categories: Home Feature, News
The New Year kicked off with growth and optimism for Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic, as January 12 saw the orientation of 11 new volunteer members, ranging from administrative roles to interpreters, nurses and physicians. Several of the new volunteers were local undergraduates, interested in gaining clinical experience prior to pursuing careers in medicine. College …

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