Grants and Awards

The Physicians’ Care Clinic has been honored for its community service though awards from:

  • Georgia Hospital Association
  • Medical Association of Georgia
  • Georgia House of Representatives
  • DeKalb County Board of Commissioners

Awards for the DeKalb Medical Society’s volunteer effort have been received from the Georgia Hospital Association, the Medical Association of Georgia, Georgia House of Representatives, and the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners.


Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation Supports Physicians’ Care Clinic
With Grant For 2017

Funding will help low-income, uninsured residents of DeKalb County

Decatur, GA,– Physicians’ Care Clinic has been awarded a grant of $3,500 from the Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation to help support chronic disease management expenses during 2017. The oldest and largest charitable clinic in DeKalb County, Physicians’ Care provides non-emergency, primary medical care to over 1,400 low-income and uninsured patients who are residents of the county.

The clinic is located on Winn Way near DeKalb Medical inside the DeKalb Health Department building. DeKalb Medical and the county health department have been long-time supporters of Physicians’ Care Clinic, providing space, professional services and pharmaceuticals for clinic use.

DeKalb County is ranked second in Georgia for the highest concentration of uninsured adults, estimated at nearly 25 percent. The clinic was founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society to help provide a heath care ‘safety net’ for these very low-income adults. Over the years, the number of patients has steadily grown.

Over 200 medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer thousands of hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services. PCC offers comprehensive care including diagnostic testing, pharmaceuticals, health education, health management supplies, access to primary care physicians and specialty referrals.

PHYSICIANS’ CARE CLINIC AWARDED GRANTS FOR 2017

Funds will Provide Medical Services for Low-income and Uninsured Adults in DeKalb County

Decatur, GA, January, 2017 – Physicians’ Care Clinic, the oldest and largest volunteer-led medical clinic in DeKalb County, has been awarded multiple grants to provide services to clinic patients during 2017:

  • Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority, grant of $14,500
  • DeKalb County Human Services, grant of $18,500
  • Health 1st Foundation, grant of $5,000

The grants will provide general operating support for the clinic during the coming year as Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) celebrates 25 years of service to the DeKalb County community. It was founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society and today operates as a 501c3 nonprofit. The Physicians’ Care Clinic provides a health care safety-net to low-income, uninsured adults who do not qualify for Medicaid or Medicare.

“We are so pleased and honored to be the recipient of these generous grants, that will help us provide quality, comprehensive care to hundreds of DeKalb residents who need regular services but are uninsured,” said Carole Fortenberry, the executive director of the PCC.

There are over 1,000 enrolled PCC patients who live 150% below the federal poverty level and do not qualify for Medicaid in the state of Georgia. DeKalb County has one of the highest poverty rates in the state of Georgia and is also home to one of the largest immigrant and refugee populations in the entire U.S.

Approximately 55% of PCC patients are over 55 years old, and a large percentage suffer from chronic disease such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, and arthritis that require regular medical care.

PCC patients qualify for treatment based on eligibility requirements. The patient application is available to download from the clinic website www.physicianscareclinic.org.  For more information, potential patients can check the website or call (404) 501-7940.

BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS FOUNDATION RENEWS SUPPORT
FOR PHYSICIANS’ CARE CLINIC

Grant will fund patient breast health services in 2016

Decatur, GA, May 25, 2016 – The Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation has awarded a grant of $5,000 to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) specifically to support breast health and provide mammograms and diagnostic services for clinic patients.  The clinic refers and coordinates breast care services for approximately 125 women each year.

“We are so pleased that the Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation is supporting the breast health services provided by the PCC to our patients,” said Executive Director Carole Fortenberry. “The annual grants are funding diagnostic care; otherwise, our patients would have no access to mammograms and other needed services.”

PCC is the largest charitable clinic serving adults in DeKalb County, with nearly 1,700 enrolled patients.  Approximately 75% of clinic patients are female, and receive breast health and PAP tests as part of the comprehensive care offered at the PCC.  Mammograms and diagnostic breast imaging are provided at no charge to patients by PCC partner DeKalb Medical.

“Breast health is an essential component of overall health care, and the clinic is extremely grateful to the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation for their on-going support,” Fortenberry added.

The PCC was founded by the DeKalb Medical Society in 1992, and is now the oldest primary care clinic in DeKalb County.  DeKalb Medical has supported the clinic with generous in-kind services since it was founded, making it possible for clinic patients to receive needed specialty services, such as diagnostic breast care.

The mission of the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation is “helping women survive.”  They provide funding to clinics, health care and imaging facilities nationwide for mammograms and related breast diagnostic services to uninsured and underinsured women.

Grant From Kaiser Permanente Foundation

Funds will support chronic disease management in 2016

Decatur, GA, November, 2015 – A $25,000 grant was recently awarded to the Physicians’ Care Clinic by Kaiser Permanente of Georgia to support chronic disease management and medical services provided to low-income, uninsured residents of DeKalb County.

The grant, which will fund services over a year, will be used to improve access to care and chronic disease management for more patients. Through the support of Kaiser Permanente, the clinic will not only be able to enroll new patients, but also reduce the progression of disease in those suffering from diabetes and high cholesterol.

“As a non-profit health care organization celebrating 30 years of caring for metro Atlantans, we have a longstanding commitment to improving the health of the communities we serve,” said Madelyn R. Adams, director of community benefit for Kaiser Permanente of Georgia. “We are proud to be able to support the work done by Physicians’ Care Clinic to address serious health conditions that are plaguing our communities.”

During the last full fiscal year (2014) 44% of clinic patients suffered from high blood pressure, 20% from high cholesterol, 16% from osteoarthritis, and 14% from diabetes.   There are nearly 1,600 enrolled PCC patients who live 150% below the federal poverty level and do not qualify for Medicaid in the state of Georgia. Approximately 55% of PCC patients are over 55 years old.

DeKalb County has one of the highest poverty rates in the state of Georgia and is also home to one of the largest immigrant and refugee populations in the entire U.S. The Physicians’ Care Clinic provides a health care safety-net to this vulnerable population.

PCC is now the oldest and largest volunteer-led primary care medical clinic in DeKalb County. It was founded in 1993 by the DeKalb Medical Society. The clinic also serves as a training site for the Mercer University School of Pharmacy, the UGA School of Pharmacy, and the Philadelphia School of Osteopathy (located in Gwinnett County).

PCC patients qualify for treatment based on eligibility requirements. The patient application is available to download from the clinic website www.physicianscareclinic.org.   For more information, potential patients can check the website or call (404) 501-7940.

Imlay Foundation Continues Support Of Physicians’ Care Clinic

Decatur, GA, October, 2015 – Physicians’ Care Clinic is grateful for the continued support of The Imlay Foundation. A grant of $15,000 has been awarded to support the general operating expenses of the clinic and ensure that DeKalb County residents who are uninsured have a place to turn for quality medical care.

The grant will ensure the PCC can provide adequate part-time clinical staff to coordinate the growing number of volunteers who are needed to serve nearly 1,600 enrolled patients and annual clinic appointments. It will also be used to purchase supplies and materials needed to run the clinic year-round, as well as provide chronic disease management and health education and prevention services.

The Imlay Foundation is a private foundation formed by John Imlay in 1989 to support charitable organizations within Atlanta and Scotland. It is the product of a deep family commitment to helping our communities thrive economically, ecologically, educationally and culturally.

Founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society, PCC is now the oldest and largest primary care clinic in DeKalb County. It also serves as a training site for the Mercer University School of Pharmacy, the UGA School of Pharmacy, and the Philadelphia School of Osteopathy (located in Gwinnett County).

DeKalb County has one of the highest poverty rates in the state of Georgia and is also to one of the largest immigrant and refugee populations in the entire U.S. The Physicians’ Care Clinic provides a health care safety-net to this vulnerable population that does not qualify for Medicaid.

Kroger Community Rewards Re-enrollment starts Tuesday, August 1, 2015

What

The Kroger Community Rewards (KCR) program is evaluated annually, and the time for Kroger Plus Card holders to re-enroll is now.  Card holders must re-enroll to begin accumulating dollars for their schools, charities, and organizations starting September 1, 2015.  This year, Kroger is proud to donate $600,000 to local schools and nonprofits through this Kroger Plus Card based fundraiser.

Who

Each Kroger shopper is required to re-enroll his or her Kroger Plus Card on an annual basis. Re-enrollment will begin this week and dollars will start accumulating for your choice of charity beginning Sept. 1, 2015. Please visit www.krogercommunityrewards.com

 An organization’s enrolled members and supporters DO have to re-enroll every August and link their card again to the organization of their choosing.

When

Now through August 31, 2015 customers may re-enroll.  Their current selection will not be affected and continue to earn rewards through the end of this program year (August 31, 2015).  Their re-enrollment organization will start earning for the new program year starting September 1, 2015

Where

Kroger.com/communityrewards.com

Healthcare Georgia Foundation Awards Grant To Physicians’ Care Clinic

General Operating Grant Supports Special Projects

Decatur, GA, June 22, 2015 – Healthcare Georgia Foundation has awarded a grant of $21,000 to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) to fund special general operating projects during the coming year.

PCC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable clinic located on Winn Way near DeKalb Medical. It provides comprehensive, non-emergency health care and prevention and education services to over 1,500 low-income and uninsured adult residents of DeKalb County.

The grant from Healthcare Georgia Foundation will fund a succession planning effort for PCC and develop marketing and communications materials to help promote the clinic to potential patients, medical volunteers and donors.

Healthcare Georgia Foundation was created in 1999 as an independent, private foundation with a mission to advance the health of all Georgians and to expand access to affordable, quality healthcare for underserved individuals and communities.

Founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society, PCC is now the oldest and largest primary care clinic in DeKalb County. It also serves as a training site for the Mercer University School of Pharmacy, the UGA School of Pharmacy, and the Philadelphia School of Osteopathy (located in Gwinnett County).

DeKalb County has one of the highest poverty rates in the state of Georgia and ranks third for the highest number of uninsured residents. It is also home to one of the largest immigrant and refugee populations in the entire U.S. The Physicians’ Care Clinic provides a health care safety-net to this vulnerable population who often suffer from chronic disease and need on-going medical care and health management.

Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust Supports Physicians’ Care Clinic

Grant will fund general operations for medical services

Decatur, GA, June 9, 2015 –A generous grant of $20,000 has awarded to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) from the Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust to provide medical care to low income and uninsured residents of DeKalb County. The Trust is managed by Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services.

The PCC was founded by the DeKalb Medical Society in 1992, and is now the oldest and largest charitable care clinic in DeKalb County. It is located on Winn Way near DeKalb Medical, and currently serves over 1,500 enrolled patients through the volunteer efforts of over 200-plus medical professionals including physicians, nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacists, and medical specialists.

The PCC is unique among charitable clinics in that it provides comprehensive, non-emergency medical care including diagnostic testing, referrals to specialists and prevention and education services all at no charge to clinic patients.

The Ida A. Ryan Charitable Trust was created by the will of Miss Ida Alice Ryan, who died in 1953. The Trust supports many program areas, including health and human services with a top priority given to hospitals and health.

“We are tremendously grateful to the Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust and to Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services for their support of our mission and the services we are able to provide to those who lack health care in DeKalb County,” said Carole Fortenberry, the Administrator of the PCC

Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation Supports Physicians’ Care Clinic

Grant will fund patient mammograms and diagnostic services

Decatur, GA, April 15, 2015 – The Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation has awarded a grant of $5,000 to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) specifically to support breast health and provide mammograms and diagnostic services for clinic patients. On average the clinic refers 125 women for these services each year.

PCC is the largest charitable clinic serving adults in DeKalb County, with over 1,500 enrolled patients. Approximately 75% of clinic patients are female, and receive reproductive health care services as part of the comprehensive care offered at the PCC.   Mammograms and diagnostic breast imaging are provided at no charge to patients by clinic partner DeKalb Medical.

“Breast health is an essential component of overall health care, and the clinic is extremely grateful to the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation for their on-going support,” said Carole Fortenberry, Administrator of the clinic.

The PCC was founded by the DeKalb Medical Society in 1992, and is now the oldest primary care clinic in DeKalb County. DeKalb Medical has supported the clinic with generous in-kind services since it was founded, making it possible for clinic patients to receive needed specialty services, such as diagnostic breast care.

The mission of the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation is “helping women survive.” They provide funding to clinics, health care and imaging facilities nationwide for mammograms and related breast diagnostic services to uninsured and underinsured women.

The Florence Hunt Maxwell Foundation Awards Grant To
Physicians’ Care Clinic

Grant will support general operating expenses during 2015

Decatur, GA, April 8, 2015 – The Florence Hunt Maxwell Foundation, U.S. Trust, Bank of America, Trustee, has awarded a grant of $3,000 to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) to help support the general operating expenses of the clinic that serves over 1,500 low-income and uninsured adult residents of DeKalb County.

DeKalb County has one of the highest poverty rates in the state of Georgia and ranks third for the highest number of uninsured residents. It is also home to one of the largest immigrant and refugee populations in the entire U.S. The grant will help fund non-emergency, comprehensive medical care and provide a health care safety-net to this vulnerable population who often suffer from chronic disease and need on-going medical care and health management.

The PCC was founded by the DeKalb Medical Society in 1992, and is now the oldest and largest primary care clinic in DeKalb County. It also serves as a training site for the Mercer University School of Pharmacy, the UGA School of Pharmacy, and the Philadelphia School of Osteopathy (located in Gwinnett County).

The mission of the Florence Hunt Maxwell Foundation is to support charitable organizations that provide for the underserved and indigent community. It focuses support on metro-Atlanta. Bank of America serves as Trustee and manages the Foundation to ensure that meaningful grants are awarded in accordance with the philanthropic mission of the Foundation.

Georgia Healthy Family Alliance Awards Grant To Physicians’ Care Clinic

Grant Will Support Chronic Disease and Diabetes Management Program

Decatur, GA, March 11, 2015 – Georgia Healthy Family Alliance, the philanthropic arm of the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians, has awarded a $4,000 grant to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) to help support the clinic and its Chronic Disease and Diabetes Management Program. The PCC is the oldest and largest charitable clinic in DeKalb County serving low-income and uninsured adults who otherwise have no access to quality health care.

The grant was sponsored by Martha Crenshaw, MD, a member of the PCC Board of Directors and an active member of the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians.   Dr. Crenshaw, a graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine, is affiliated with Stone Mountain Family Practice and DeKalb Medical.

The PCC Chronic Disease and Diabetes Management Program offers education and instruction classes, disease monitoring supplies, nutrition materials, exercise classes, and regular medical care to its patients who are diagnosed with diabetes and other chronic diseases.

Over 200 medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer thousands of hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services.

About Georgia Healthy Family Alliance: The mission of the Georgia Healthy Family Alliance (GHFA) is to serve the people of Georgia by enhancing their well-being through educational and outreach programs that promote healthy practices consistent with the principles of family medicine.

The Georgia Healthy Family Alliance is the only charitable organization in Georgia whose objective is to improve access to quality health care through initiatives and programs lead and supported by the care and generosity of family medicine specialists. 

The Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority (FDHA) Awards 2015 Community Health
Grant to Physicians’ Care Clinic
Grant to Help Fund the Clinic and Chronic Disease Management

FDHA grant recipients 2015

FDHA logo

Decatur, GA, February 23, 2014 – Physicians’ Care Clinic, the oldest and largest free clinic in DeKalb County, has been awarded a 2015 Community Health Grant of $12,500 from The Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority.The grant will support the clinic and chronic disease management to help reduce morbidity and mortality of clinic patients and improve overall health of our DeKalb County neighbors in need.

DeKalb County is ranked second in Georgia for the highest concentration of uninsured, estimated at nearly 25 percent. The clinic was founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society to help provide a heath care ‘safety net’ for these very low-income adults. Over the years, the number of patients has steadily grown.

Today, 200 dedicated medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer 3,900 hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services. PCC is unique among free clinics in that it offers comprehensive care including diagnostic testing, pharmaceuticals, health education, health management supplies, access to primary care physicians and specialty referrals.

Frances Hollis Brain Foundation Awards Grant To Physicians’ Care Clinic

Funding will provide medical equipment

Decatur, GA, December 22, 2014 – The Frances Hollis Brain Foundation has announced a grant of $5,000 to the Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) to help purchase much-needed medical equipment for the clinic located on Winn Way in Decatur near DeKalb Medical.

“We are so grateful to be awarded this first-time grant from the Brain Foundation,” said Carole Fortenberry, the administrator of the clinic, “It will be used to purchase capital equipment items, all used to provide medical care to our patients.”

The Frances Hollis Brain Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Kentucky, Georgia and Maine, focusing on increasing access to health care and educational opportunities, supporting human services, and promoting self-sufficiency.

Physicians’ Care is the oldest and largest charitable clinic in DeKalb County, providing non-emergency, primary medical care to over 1,400 low-income and uninsured patients who are residents of the county.

Over 200 medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer thousands of hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services. PCC offers comprehensive care including diagnostic testing, pharmaceuticals, health education, health management supplies, access to primary care physicians and specialty referrals.

Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation Supports Physicians’ Care Clinic With Grant For 2015

Funding will help low-income, uninsured residents of DeKalb County

Decatur, GA, December 11, 2014 – Physicians’ Care Clinic has been awarded a grant of $3,152 from the Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation to help support its general operating expenses during 2015. The oldest and largest charitable clinic in DeKalb County, Physicians’ Care provides non-emergency, primary medical care to over 1,400 low-income and uninsured patients who are residents of the county.

The clinic is located on Winn Way near DeKalb Medical inside the DeKalb Health Department building. DeKalb Medical and the county health department have been long-time supporters of Physicians’ Care Clinic, providing space, professional services and pharmaceuticals for clinic use.

DeKalb County is ranked second in Georgia for the highest concentration of uninsured adults, estimated at nearly 25 percent. The clinic was founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society to help provide a heath care ‘safety net’ for these very low-income adults. Over the years, the number of patients has steadily grown.

Over 200 medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer thousands of hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services. PCC offers comprehensive care including diagnostic testing, pharmaceuticals, health education, health management supplies, access to primary care physicians and specialty referrals.

The Ray M. and Elizabeth Lee Foundation Awards Grant to Physicians’ Care Clinic
Grant to Help Fund General Operating Expenses of Clinic

Decatur, GA, September 11, 2014 – Physicians’ Care Clinic, the oldest and largest free clinic in DeKalb County, has been awarded a grant of $5,000 from The Ray M. and Elizabeth Lee Foundation to help support the general operating expenses of the clinic during 2014. The clinic provides non-emergency, primary health care to over 1,400 low-income and uninsured residents of DeKalb County.

DeKalb County is ranked second in Georgia for the highest concentration of uninsured, estimated at nearly 25 percent. The clinic was founded in 1992 by the DeKalb Medical Society to help provide a heath care ‘safety net’ for these very low-income adults. Over the years, the number of patients has steadily grown.

Today, 200 dedicated medical professionals – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and others – volunteer 3,900 hours annually at the clinic to provide primary health care services. PCC is unique among free clinics in that it offers comprehensive care including diagnostic testing, pharmaceuticals, health education, health management supplies, access to primary care physicians and specialty referrals

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $25,000.00 grant from The Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust

Decatur, Georgia – (May, 2014) – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $25,000.00 grant award from The Ida Alice Ryan Charitable Trust. The mission of the Charitable Trust is to support charitable institutions in or in the vicinity of Atlanta, Georgia. Grant money will be used for general operations and growth of the Physicians’ Care Clinic.

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $6,000.00 grant from The Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation

Decatur, Georgia – (June, 2014) – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $6,000.00 grant award from The Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation. The mission of the Foundation is to “helping women survive” and it provides funding to clinics, health care and imaging facilities nationwide. Grant money will be used for mammograms and related breast diagnostic services to uninsured and underinsured women.

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $2,500.00 grant from The Florence Hunt Maxwell Foundation, U.S. Trust, Bank of America, Trustee

Decatur, Georgia – (April 2014) – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $2,500.00 grant award from The Florence Hunt Maxwell Foundation, U.S. Trust, Bank of America, Trustee. The mission of the Foundation is to support charitable organizations that provide for the underserved and indigent community. Grant money will be used for general operations of the Physicians’ Care Clinic.

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $2,500.00 Georgia Healthy Family Alliance Community Health Grant Award

Decatur, Georgia – (March 2014) – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $2,500.00 Georgia Health Family Alliance Community Health Grant. The Georgia Healthy Family Alliance is a philanthropic organization serving the people of Georgia to enhance their well-being through educational and outreach programs that promote healthy practices consistent with the principles of family medicine.   Grant money will be used for chronic disease management and supplies.

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $5,000 CVS Caremark Community Grant

Grant to DeKalb Clinic is Part of CVS Caremark’s Commitment to Supporting Wellness and Prevention Programs

Decatur, GA – January 15, 2014 – Physicians’ Care Clinic (PCC) announced today that it has received a $5,000 CVS Caremark Community Grant.  The Community Grants Program was created by CVS Caremark as part of its commitment to help people achieve their best health by providing financial assistance to programs that are focused on wellness and prevention.  The support from CVS Caremark will help PCC fund its Diabetes Management Program. Read press release

Physicians’ Care Clinic Awarded Grant From Imlay Foundation

Imlay grant will help fund medical care for low-income, uninsured residents of DeKalb County

Decatur, GA, December 20, 2013 – Physicians’ Care Clinic, the oldest and largest free clinic in DeKalb County, has been awarded a grant of $15,000 from The Imlay Foundation to help support the 10 percent growth in patients expected during 2014.  The clinic provides non-emergency, primary health care to over 1,400 low-income and uninsured residents of DeKalb County. Read press release

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $19,500.00 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc. Grant

Donation to Physicians’ Care Clinic is part of Kaiser Foundation’s Community Benefit grants program

Decatur, Georgia – (January 2013) – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $19,500.00 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc. “Community Benefit” Grant. The Kaiser Community Benefit grants program supports health-improvement initiatives with primary goals of prevention strategies that promote health and treatment for underserved people, especially for certain conditions that are prevalent, and disproportionately affect people living in the Kaiser Permanente of Georgia service area.

Physicians’ Care Clinic Receives $2000.00 CVS Caremark Community Grant

Donation to Physicians’ Care Clinic is part of CVS Caremark Community Grants Commitment to supporting those who are uninsured and underinsured

Decatur, Georgia – February 7, 2012 – Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. announced today that it has received a $2000.00 CVS Caremark Community Grant. The Community Grants Program was created by CVS Caremark to create greater access to health care services and provide support for the uninsured and underinsured. The support from CVS Caremark will help Physicians’ Care Clinic, Inc. (PCC) in their effort to improve healthcare access and diabetes health education for underserved, uninsured adults in DeKalb County. Read press release

Physicians Care Clinic Receives Grant from R. Howard Dobbs Foundation

Monies will be used to support the reach and capacity of a clinic that serves limited income uninsured adults

DEKALB COUNTY, GA, (May 2012) – The Physicians Care Clinic (PCC) is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from R. Howard Dobbs Foundation to support our office relocation and pharmacy renovation at the clinic.

 

“I have no medical insurance and have high blood pressure.  The PCC has helped me maintain control over my blood pressure:”.  Anonymous