Serving Stanfield: Volunteers Meet Residents' Health Care Needs at Long-Standing Clinic
September 15, 2010
STANFIELD — After a brief timeout during the summer months, the doctors and nurses who volunteer to serve patients at the Stanfield Medical Clinic began holding office hours on Wednesday, Sept. 8. The clinic is scheduled to open again on Wednesday, Oct. 13, and with the exception of November, during which time it will be open only one day that month, the clinic will resume its twice-monthly visitation days.
Normally, the clinic is held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, and the hours during which patients are examined is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., or until the last patient is served. No appointments are necessary; patients are seen on a walk-in basis.
The Stanfield Medical Clinic is a faith-based medical clinic, a ministry of Seeds of Hope, and offers services free of charge to patients of all ages. The purpose of the clinic is to provide medical care for the uninsured and those unable to afford medical services. The facility is located on the premises of First Baptist Church, 615 S. Stanfield Road, about a half-mile south of Arizona 84.
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