As a 501(c)3 nonprofit clinic we give uninsured individuals who live at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines hope for a healthier life. We provide medical treatment & holistic care without charge.

Our clinic offers the following services:

Primary medical care for adults with chronic illnesses

  • Basic primary care for adult patients suffering from chronic medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension, seizure disorders, thyroid conditions, asthma, COPD, lupus, etc.
  • Free prescription medication for patients with chronic conditions

Dental care

  • Basic dental extractions and minor fillings

Accessible general health services

  • Speciality Care Referrals
  • Women’s Health
If you need healthcare beyond what we can provide, we have a network of specialty care referrals
OBGYN services and breast health care, including screening mammograms and diagnostic services

Holistic health & lifestyle education

  • Chronic Care Education
Chronic care education uses a team care approach to combine quality medical care with coaching and education to equip patients with the skills to improve their overall health and inspire self-care.

Eligibility requirements:

We don’t just focus on treatments. We believe everyone deserves to be healthy, supporting others is the work worth doing, and prevention is better than just finding a cure.

Through medical treatment without charge, Hearts & Hands helps give people hope for a healthier life through general health services.

  • Aged 18 or older
  • A resident of Bulloch County
  • Medically Uninsured (no private insurance and ineligible for Medicaid and Medicare)
  • Live at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
  • Have a diagnosed chronic disease (diabetes, hypertension, seizure disorders, thyroid conditions, asthma, COPD, etc.)

Each patient must complete an in-person application and provide the following documents:

  • Proof of residency in Bulloch County (driver's license, ID Card, utility bill)
  • Proof of family income (pay stubs, income statements, W-2, tax returns)
  • Medicaid denial letter (this is required to receive free medication; we can help you apply for Medicaid)

How we do it

All of this is made possible through our physicians, specialists, student volunteers, and donors.

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