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HealthStar Foundation donates $2,500 to Helping Hands

Pictured above from left to right: Helping Hands Clinic Chairman Jeff Armstrong, Helping Hands Clinic CNA/Translator Kelly Huerta, Helping Hands Clinic Vice-Chairman John Vazquez, The HealthStar Foundation President Jennifer Wilson, Helping Hands Clinic Nurse Practitioner Martha Anderson, Helping Hands Clinic Treasurer Amy Herndon, Helping Hands Clinic Office Manager Rose Conner, and Helping Hands Clinic Part-time Executive Director Veronica Galvan.

The Helping Hands Clinic received a donation of $2,500 from the HealthStar Foundation. Donations and supporters are what help run the clinic day to day.

The Helping Hands Clinic is a non-profit organization that relies solely on donations from private organizations, state, county and city grants, and kind hearted people.

The clinic provides primary health care for 170 to 200 patients per month.

These patients are people who live or work in Hamblen County who have no health insurance.

The Helping Hands Clinic is in need of donations and volunteers, such as physicians, and family nurse practitioners, willing to donate a few hours of their time a month.

If you are interested in donating or volunteering, or if you simply have any questions, please contact the clinic at 423-581-4100.

Article courtesy of the Citizen Tribune, published Dec. 15, 2019.


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