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Serving a Purpose in Chattanooga

“I’m excited and a little scared about what God can do in Chattanooga,” Katherlyn Geter, the Executive Director of...

Free and charitable healthcare in Cactus, TX – A case study

Dr. Stephanie Diehlmann recently opened The Well Health Center in Cactus, TX, to deliver family medicine for acute and...

Charitable health for individuals and communities

Reflecting on the recent re-emphasis by the United Methodist Church to outlaw gay weddings and clergy gave me an...

The uptick in the uninsured rate

By Josh Roberts For the first time since 2014 (read: Implementation of Affordable Care Act), the rate of uninsured...

Grace in charitable health

By Rev. Craig Strickland I recently attended the Global Missions Conference in Louisville, KY, with ECHO’s Sr. Clinic Consultant...

3 challenges charitable clinics face delivering immigrant healthcare

When I visit free and charitable clinics across the country, I often hear it is one of the community’s...

What can we do when a rural hospital closes?

McKenzie Regional Hospital is joining the long list of rural hospital closures in Tennessee and nationwide – particularly in...

We have to do better

$408,153.39 An acquaintance of mine recently posted a picture of one of his medical bills on Facebook and it...

More people ready to start their own charitable clinics

Another Replication seminar is in the books. On July 26-27, 2018, we had 20 people from all over the...

Craig Strickland on The ReConnect with Carmen LaBerge

  Craig Strickland and Josh Roberts recently attended the General Assembly of Evangelical Presbyterians at Hope Church in Memphis....

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