Posted on: January 28, 2016
A Holly Springs faith-based clinic that serves uninsured and underinsured patients received a financial boost from the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Auxiliary.
In December, Northside Hospital-Cherokee Auxiliary donated $1,000 to Bethesda Community Clinic, 107 Mountain Brook Drive, Suite 100.
“We are proud to be able to provide this gift to a clinic that makes such a huge impact in our communities,” said Kathryn Leach, Northside Hospital-Cherokee Auxiliary president. “This donation will go a long way into impacting many lives.”
The donation will fund medical, dental and educational program for patients unable to pay for the services, said Danny West, a member of the Bethesda Community Clinic Board of Directors.
“The Auxiliary’s donation will benefit our citizens that need services such as physical exams, well-woman exams, chronic disease management, diabetes education and nutrition classes,” West said.
In addition, Bethesda Community Clinic offers wellness coaching, prescription assistance, and blood lab testing including STD/HIV testing.
“We also offer counseling services based on Biblical principles, counseling referrals, and in-house pastoral counseling by appointment,” West said.
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