“Heal the Sick, and say to them the good news of God is at hand.” Luke 10:9
*We are in the process of planning to open an outreach clinic at St. Ann Catholic Church.
With your help the God’s mercy, the grand opening date will be on June 29, 2017 – The Feast of St. Joseph – The Worker.
Thank you for your interested in learning more about our new outreach clinic. If you’re reading this page, I firmly believe that the Holy Spirit leads you to join our medical mission to care for the poor and the sick. Would you please consider to help us either by praying or financially support our mission? Your donations are tax-deductible.
There is a great need of quality care for the people at St. Ann Catholic Church and nearby area. Most of these people have manual labor jobs and lack of access to quality care. We believe that access to quality care is a basic human right. For better or for worse, medical care can be expensive and luxury for many people. As for the undocumented immigrants, there is extremely limited access to care, even they have to pay cash to see a doctor.
The mission of St. Joseph Primary Care is simple – to provide comprehensive, affordable, personal care to all of our patients; without regard to income, employment, insurance, faith, or documentation status. We offer patients with unlimited visits through a patient membership plan. We welcome all patients, especially people who are uninsured or those who have high deductible health care plans (under-insured).
We will do our part by providing affordable care. The cost for each office visit is ranging from $0 – $30 at this outreach clinic. We do not receive grants from State or federal government agencies. Our main source of funding is directly coming from private donation and people like you that God sends to help us with our medical mission. Please join us either by becoming our patient, praying for us, or making a donation. Thank you for your support. May God continue to bless you and please pray for us so that we can be faithful in serving God.
In His Service,
St. Joseph Primary Care