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For every $1 you give,
we provide $5
in healthcare services for patients in need!
Medical appointments we've provided for more than 7500 patients since the clinic opened in 2003
The astounding number of Volunteer Hours that have been donated in our clinic by more than 1500 amazing Volunteers!
Volunteers in Medicine strives to give the best medical care to our community and make healthcare more accessible to the working uninsured. If you would like more information on how to become a patient or to volunteer your time to Volunteers in Medicine, please select one of the links below.
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Jennifer Lunt moved to Jacksonville right before the recession hit in 2008. Nine months later, she was out of a job and without health care. That’s a precarious situation for someone with Crohn’s Disease. Two years later, she began medical treatment at Volunteers in Medicine, and through the clinic began to receive Humira, a drug that treats Crohn’s. By Sept. 2015, the disease was officially in remission. Lunt also received treatment for skin cancer through Volunteers in Medicine.
Cindy Cox and her husband went without health care for two years after he lost his corporate job. They worked for small employers who did not offer health insurance, and they could not afford the insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act. After finding Volunteers in Medicine, Cox was diagnosed with hyperparathyroidism, a condition that had left her fatigued, depressed and suffering from joint and muscle pain. She had surgery arranged through Volunteers in Medicine, which provided freedom from her pain.