History: Four doctors shared a vision to open an affordable healthcare clinic in an underserved community. After several years of prayer and counsel and after visiting several cities, they chose to move to Clarkston in 2017. They joined with two other Atlanta-area doctors to start Ethnē Health. Ethne is a Greek word meaning “all nations.”
Did you know: Since its opening in 2018, Ethnē Health has cared for more than 800 patients who speak 17 languages and come from 25 different countries.
In 2019, the group provided more than $126,000 in free care and gave 190 free medications to uninsured patients. The clinic has board-certified physicians and nurses who offer a range of medical services for adults and children – including annual exams and immunizations, treatment for non-emergency needs, chronic disease management and women’s health.
Its motto: “Ethnē Health is a neighborhood clinic that cares for the whole person — physically, spiritually, and emotionally. We offer services to meet the holistic needs of the whole family.”
How you can help: Ethnē Health seeks financial contributions online. One-time or monthly donations are welcome and appreciated. Share the word that the clinic has medical services for the insured and uninsured, with reduced pricing for those without insurance.
To learn more, visit ethnehealth.org or call 470-799-0044.
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