Mercy Health Clinic cares for those who have nowhere else to go. Removing the barriers of cost and language, it provides a “safety net” for poor and uninsured residents of Montgomery County. Medical exams, lab tests, x-rays, medications, chronic disease management, and more – all these are available along with nearly 20 specialties including gynecology, dermatology, orthopedics, psychiatry, ENT, cardiology, endocrinology, urology, and behavioral health. Through its partnerships, Mercy also arranges pro bono surgeries for its patients. Health education programs focus on preventative care and assist patients in managing chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. The clinic accomplishes its work with the support of numerous partners (universities, hospitals, labs) and volunteers (physicians, nurses, registrars, interpreters) who provide their time, expertise, and much more. The result? In a community where access to decent healthcare is a serious problem for the poor and uninsured, high-quality care and services are available at no cost to the patient. As the largest all-free clinic in Montgomery County, Mercy Health Clinic deserves your caring support.
Headquarters: MD-Montgomery County
Where They Operate: MD-Montgomery County
Age Groups Served: Young adult (18-24); Adult (25-49); Seniors (50+)
Awards & Recognition
Edward R. Loveland Award - Distinguished Contribution in Health
Field - American College of Physicians, 2004
Executive Director Alvina Long, Maryland Governor's Volunteer
and Service Award, 2005
Medical Director, Dr. James Ronan, Marriott Spirit to Serve Award,
Dr. Joseph Swift, physician, Marriott Spirit to Serve Award, 2009
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