We primarily target federally designated health professions shortage areas and medically under served areas.
CURRENTLY WE ARE in Discussions or BUILDING CLINICS IN the following CHURCHES:
Word of Faith Family Cathedral
Our initial clinics will be built at St John Baptist Church, Fairhaven AME Church and Wayman Memorial AME Church located in Columbia Maryland and Baltimore City, respectively. Fairhaven AME Church and Wayman Memorial AME Church are situated in federally designed Healthcare Professional Shortage Areas (HPSA) and/or Medically Underserved Areas (MUA). This means that there is a severe lack of doctors, high infant mortality rate and high poor or elderly population. Many of the residents suffer from chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease which is in large part due to lack of access to healthcare. Drug use is rampant and homelessness is pervasive.
St John Baptist Church
9055 Tamar Drive, Columbia, MD 21045
About. The St John Baptist Church mission is to be a thriving spiritual center that reaches people for Christ and builds believers to be Christ-like. Their vision is to be a "Christ-Centered" church, making a difference for Jesus Christ in the Church, Community, Home & Workplace.
Fairhaven AME Church
4416 FAIR HAVEN AVENUE, BALTIMORE, MD 21226
About. The Fairhaven AME Church mission is to minister to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and environmental needs of all people by spreading Christ's liberating gospel through word and deed.
Wayman Memorial AME Church
1305 washington blvd, baltimore, md 21230
About. For over 50 years, Wayman Memorial AME Church has been a staple in the Pigtown neighborhood of Baltimore City, Maryland. Affectionately known as the "Miracle on Washington Boulevard", it plays a critical part in supporting the health and welfare needs of its community.
Mt Nebo AME Church
1001 Old Mitchellville Road, Bowie MD 20716
About. Greater Mt Nebo AME Church was established in 1877. During its 130-year history, the Greater Mt. Nebo family has increased from 100 members to more than 1,600 and has approximately 50 ministries that serve the church and the greater community.
Benefit to the Community
Our church-based chronic care clinics will be a huge benefit to their respective communities serving tens of thousands of residents of the Pigtown Neighborhood of Baltimore City, Howard and Prince Georges Counties, Maryland. They will be open on the weekends when traditional doctors' offices are closed and provide access to affordable healthcare which the community desperately needs. Since the churches are conveniently located and fully integrated into their communities, they are a trusted place to receive care by their congregations and the surrounding communities.