ACORN Clinic

ACORN Medical Clinic

The ACORN Medical Clinic provides low-cost, high-quality medical care, and social services for people with and without health insurance. Our primary target is patients who aren't insured and can't afford private physicians, dentists or counselors. The Clinic fulfills its mission with the help of a broad-based core of volunteer physicians, nurses, pharmacists and counselors as well as public and private financial support.

The ACORN Medical Clinic served 865 patients in 5,193 visits in 2012.

It and offers a full range of primary and preventive health services including pediatric care, gynecology, chronic illness management, social services and health education. The Medical Clinic also offers Women's Breast Health Education Outreach. Specialty care is offered by a host of volunteer health care providers whose specialties include pulmonary medicine, orthopedics, neurology, dermatology, rheumatology, and mental health. Each year private practice physicians and University of Florida faculty doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, students and others volunteer approximately 5,000 hours of service.

In 2012, this totaled 3,684 hours valued at $420,000.

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