BIFMC Featured in HealthLinks Charleston November 1, 2017

Johns Island free clinic, Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic, is currently featured in the November/December issue of HealthLinks Charleston Magazine. The piece, titled “Quite a Life Saver: Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic” by Denise K. James, captures the flow of the free medical clinic, which serves the island’s low income, uninsured population on Johns, James and Wadmalaw Island. [Read Article Online]

Citing the anticipated growth of the Clinic as construction of a new medical facility in underway, the Johns Island free clinic hopes to reach more patients without health insurance who fall 200% of the federal poverty limit; particularly residents who live or work on James Island.

Interested persons who wish to determine if they qualify for the free clinic services may learn more about eligibility here.

Read the article, “Quite a Life Saver: Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic,” or pick your free copy located in stores and business across the lowcountry.

Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is a free clinic in Charleston, SC, that provides free medical care to eligible patients, just like any family practitioner or internist. The Free Clinic serves uninsured adults living at or below 200 % of the Federal poverty level who live or work on Johns, Wadmalaw or James Islands. You can follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.



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