The Hope Medical Clinic would not be possible without the following organizations. Their contributions are numerous and are very much appreciated.
1. Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast.
2. Caduceus Society of the Emerald Coast.
3. Florida Association of Physician Assistants (FAPA).
4. Florida State University College of Medicine.
5. Crossroads Clinic.
6. Destin Church of Christ (Along with many individuals, helped found our clinic in 2009).
7. Destin United Methodist, Grace Lutheran, Destiny Worship Center, Coastline Calvary Chapel, Shoreline Church.
8. Florida Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
9. National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
10. Pensacola Pathology.
11. Direct Relief International.
12. Lipscomb University School of Nursing.
13. Northwest Florida State College.
14. University of Alabama at Birmingham.
15. White-Wilson Community Foundation.
Recent Grant Announcements.
- 10.06.2015: Hope Medical Clinic is pleased to announce the receipt of a $16,250 grant from the White-Wilson Community Foundation to expand access to women's health services in Okaloosa and Walton counties. The White-Wilson Community Foundation was formed in 2012 to help improve healthcare in Okaloosa, Walton, and Santa Rosa counties through service and education. This partnership will allow HMC to provide 250 more women's health appointments in the coming year (2015-2016). HMC would not be possible without partnerships like these and we look forward to working with the White-Wilson Community Foundation in the future. For more information on the White-Wilson Community Foundation and their work please see the video below.
- 11.15.2014: Hope Medical Clinic is pleased to announce the receipt of a $50,000 grant from the Florida Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (FAFCC). FAFCC, the state association for not-for-profit free/charitable clinics and networks throughout Florida, administers these taxpayer-funded grants through a contract with the State of Florida Department of Health. These funds received are earmarked for a new telemedicine program which will include collaboration with the Florida State University College of Medicine and will help us achieve our goal of expanding access to quality primary care in Okaloosa and Walton counties as well as helping train the medical students of today to be the doctors of tomorrow.