St. Mary’s Free Health Clinic
Saint Mary’s Health Clinics (SMHC) provide free medical care, outreach and education to low-income, uninsured families and individuals who are not eligible for government programs. It was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet, Saint Paul Province, upon the belief that healthcare is a basic human right. SMHC works with hundreds of compassionate, caring, and gifted volunteers. SMHC also conducts health promotion, health screening, health education, and outreach in collaboration with community organizations and advocates for healthcare as a basic human right while assisting low-income people to find affordable healthcare coverage.
Saint Mary’s Health Clinic provides medical services Monday afternoon and all day on Wednesday at the Saint Matthew’s Parish Center. Annually, we have over 500 open clinic sessions. These clinic sessions are staffed by volunteer doctors, nurses, interpreters and individuals handling the patient registration process. Individuals receiving medical services are primarily Hispanic/Chicano/Latino.
Upgrade the E-Box is our fundraiser that aims to raise $150,000 to replace the aging electrical panel which provides electricity to our campus buildings that serve those in need. Please watch our fundraising video and read more.
Click on the link or scan the QR code to go to our Donorbox page. Thank you for your generosity! https://donorbox.org/upgrade-the-e-box
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