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What's Happening, What's New!

Summer Student Volunteers

We would like to acknowledge and say thank you to the college student volunteers that we had helping us for the summer. All are future medical professionals that learned a lot while at our clinic about patient contact, Practice Partner, community needs and much more. The students were: Joshua Drourr, University of Florida; Christopher Mutz, Allegheny College; Lesle Jimenez, Cornell University; Emily Mammola, New College of Florida; Ana Garcia, University of Florida; Xiao Yan Lin, Palm Beach Atlantic University.


Megan Merrifield, a student from Indian River State College completed her Capstone Project for her Bachelor's Degree in Health Administration by conducting a 6 month study of MyClinic's diabetes patients that looked at which interventions resulted in the greatest improvements in health status.

GREAT, FUN FAMILY DAY

MyClinic will be hosting a family fun day at Harbourside on October 8, from 4:00pm - 10:00pm. Please come and join us for this community event.

Let's Have Some Fun- To Benefit MyClinic

Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 4 - 10 pm at the Waterside Amphitheater at Harbourside Place.


A community fundraiser to meet a $20,000 community challenge to invest in a permanent free clinic for those most in need. Family Fun Day activities include live bands, carnival games, face painting, water taxi, arts & crafts, inflatable games and much more! $10 suggested donation per family. Enjoy some of the shops and great restaurants at Harbourside.

WELCOME NEW VOLUNTEERS

We have added quite a few new volunteers since the last Smilebox I sent out.

Daniel Webb is a Respiratory Therapist, Dr. Suresh Ghate; ARNP Pam Valle; Dr. Donna Zeide, Dermatologist; Dr. Frank DeLucia, Orthopedist; RN Lynn Eincloth, Dr. Manoucher Khojasteh, RN Shauna Dunn, RN Sheminia Locke Williams, Dr. Gilbert Fisch.

Thank you for your dedication to MyClinic and your service to the community we serve.

VHCPP ANNUAL REPORT 2015-2016

MyClinic is an independent, not for profit FREE CLINIC. All licensed volunteer health providers are granted sovereign immunity protection in accordance with the State Volunteer Health Care Provider Program for donating their time to serve low income, uninsured patients. During the time period July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016, MyClinic reported over $550,000 in donated time and services to the residents of our community. This includes the 2354 hours of free care provided to our patients by licensed professionals as well as services such as labs, xrays, mammograms and other supplies. We thank Jupiter Medical Center for being our best community partner.


Our success is the result of all our volunteers and supporters who believe in what we do to help those in need. The greatest pleasure is attained when we can provide complete care to our patients, by providing their primary care, seeking out affordable medication and sourcing necessary procedures. We have added new services such as dermatology, physical therapy, pediatric care, podiatry and will soon be adding again behavioral health.

Meet Our Cardiologist

Dr. Edgar Covarrubias has been volunteering at MyClinic for about 2 years now. He is a retired cardiologist, who wanted to give back to the community. Born in Peru, he has been a great help at the clinic, especially speaking Spanish and being able to communicate with some of our patients in their native language. We lift our glass to you for your dedication!

MyClinic - Non-Profit 501(c)3 clinic serving the under-served population and uninsured in Palm Beach County. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00am - 1:00pm , by appointment. Please call 561-203-7511 for information, registration and appointments. Located at 6405 W. Indiantown Road B, Jupiter, FL 33458 ( Corner of Central Blvd. with Indiantown Road ) Donations are accepted.