Clinics In The News Archive

Woman awaiting stem cell transplant worries about Medicaid expansion delay

Beth McKee-Huger: Scaling The Mountain Of Health Equity

Op-Ed Calls For Stronger Safety Net For Uninsured

Medicaid Is An ‘Expensive Proposition’ For Free Clinics

News Story Highlights Clinics’ Role In ‘Bridging The Gap’ Post-Medicaid Expansion

WFU Student Volunteers Helping Clinics Meet Patient Needs

Clinic’s Fresh Food Rx Program Provides Needed Help As Snap Benefits Are Cut

ABC11 Report: Expansion Will Leave 700,000 Uninsured, Exposed To Crushing Medical Debts

New Local Program Will Provide Low-Income Residents With Fresh Food

PBS NewsHour Highlights Clinics’ Vital Role Post-Expansion

AHWFB Mobile Clinic’s Rachel Zimmer Leads Project Targeting Food Insecurity In Forsyth County

Nantahala Health Foundation Awards $50,000 To Vecinos For Community Health Hub

‘Fresh Start’ Brings Innovative Diabetes Management Program To Five Clinics

CEO April Cook Talks Free And Charitable Clinics With Winston-Salem Journal

Vecinos’ Plans For Health Hub Featured By Plateau Daily News

N.C. Health News Features Dare Clinic’s Climate Resilience Efforts

Sugar Check Charity: Helping Those In The Diabetic Community

CEO April Cook Shares Views On Impact Of Medical Debt, Medicaid Expansion

Low-Wage, Uninsured Workers In Western North Carolina Need Community’s Help

Surry Medical Ministries’ Nancy Dixon Honored For Rural Health Contributions

Vecinos Scores $1 Million USDA Grant For Community Health Hub Project

Healthreach Mission Of Serving The Uninsured Featured By WCNC

Growth Of Healthreach Clinic’s Boos And Brews Fundraiser Highlighted

N.C. Health News Details Health Equity Push by NCAFCC and Clinics

Randy Jordan receives 2022 Jim Bernstein Community Health Career Achievement Award

Surry Medical Ministries moves into spacious new quarters after nearly 30 years in original location

Televisa Univision features Vecinos’ plans for $5.6 million Community Health Hub

Vecinos health hub project gains front-page spotlight in La Noticia

ECU’s student-run clinic praises funding in WNCT interview

New round of funding puts Eastern N.C. clinics in spotlight

Winston-Salem Journal highlights funding win for Forsyth clinics

Guest column helps Concord clinic tell its story

N.C. Health News features Vecinos’ Community Health Hub plans

Nonprofit says COVID-19 relief helped keep staff paid and doors open

Vecinos spending $5.6 million on services for low-income residents

Vecinos plans ‘community health hub’ expansion in Franklin

Vecinos spearheads services uninsured and low-income residents

La clínica gratuita y caritativa Vecinos encabeza el centro de servicios integrales para residentes sin seguro y de bajos ingresos del oeste de Carolina del Norte.

Free and Charitable Clinic Vecinos Spearheads One-Stop Services Hub for Uninsured and Low-Income Residents of Western North Carolina

Clinics win $200K Blue Cross NC grant to boost behavioral health care

Dine, Dance, Donate Event to Benefit Moore Free Care Dental Clinic

Gala to brighten smiles of Sandhills residents

HealthReach: Caring During COVID and Beyond

HealthReach Honors Heroes

ECU teams up with N.C. free and charitable clinics, Duke Endowment to bring diabetes management program to uninsured in Eastern N.C.

Fresh Start: ECU nutrition program targets diabetes

Andretti family partnership will provide free colonoscopy screenings for Community Care Clinic patients

Family of John Andretti partnering to make colonoscopies free of charge in N.C.

CheckIt4Andretti signs partnership to provide free colonoscopies for low-income patients

Medical students, faculty lead health screening effort for Afghan refugees in Raleigh

Mobile clinics provide COVID-19 testing and vaccinations in Mt. Olive

The Wake Forest Baptist Health Mobile Clinic is providing health services to underserved and uninsured citizens in the community.

Free and charitable clinics helping to fill health care gap in the Cape Fear

WBTV on Your Side: Free Clinics Serving the Most Vulnerable

Cape Fear Clinic offers different COVID-19 treatments and therapies to community

Triad Today Speaks with Randy Jordan and Tim Clontz

Doing Good Work in East Charlotte