Since 2003, the history of the Health & Hope Clinic reflects a proven track record of providing quality care for the “whole person” using measurable outcomes and accountability.
Last year, the Clinic provided over $5.2 million of medical and dental services through 338 volunteers (185 active licensed healthcare providers and 153 non-medical volunteers), providing over 32,000 volunteer hours (equating to $1,115,547 in paid salaries).
The clinic provided 11,610 patient visits in the 2022-2023 fiscal year for its 1414 unique patients who call Health and Hope their medical home. For every dollar given to Health and Hope, over $10 is provided in medical care.
Not one penny of the $5 million in free medicines and over $2 million in free medical and dental care gets billed to Medicare or to anyone else. The Health and Hope Clinic is 100% cost-free.
In addition to extensive donations from community partners, the Health & Hope Clinic collaborates with UWF, PCC, PSC, FSU Medical School, and FAMU Pharmacy School. This not only serves the clinic but provides a unique “hands-on” experience for students in the medical field.
The Health & Hope Clinic is always in need of financial and volunteer support. Information on volunteering is available on the website listed below. Donations can be received online here: https://www.healthandhopeclinic.org/donate.html
For more information on this valuable resource, visit their website at https://www.healthandhopeclinic.org/ and stop by Facebook for stories and photos about current work here https://www.facebook.com/healthandhopeclinic.