Student Run Free Clinic Has Grand Opening

The Campbell University Community Care Clinic announced it is open and ready to see uninsured patients on Tuesday evenings.
During the inaugural year, a team of medical students, Daniel Moses, Phillip Deal, James Hooper, Mark Lorenzini, Anthony Parker, Jeffery Pennings, and Elizabeth Willis, worked diligently throughout their first year of medical school on the business plan for a free clinic and presented the plan to the Dean in the spring of 2014. The vision was to create a free clinic run by Campbell University health professional students in an interprofessional setting.
Over a year later, the clinic is now open and will serve uninsured residents of Harnett County.  Open on Tuesday evenings 5pm to 8pm the clinic is located at the Campbell University Health Center 129 TT Lanier Street
Buies Creek, NC 27506 on Campbell University’s main campus. 
“Our students put forth a tremendous effort to make the clinic a reality,” said Dr. John M. Kauffman, Jr., dean of the medical school.  “Dr. Adams and I are proud to have the school of medicine and the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences providing compassionate care to the uninsured in our community.”
The project received funding from the Baggett Wellness Institute as well as private contributions to the CUSOM Free Clinic Fund.  Those wishing to continue to support the Community Care Clinic may make donations by contacting Campbell University Advancement