We appreciate our collaborators both locally and on the national level. Here are a few of the entities with which we collaborate locally in state of South Carolina:
Whether the needs are large or small, routine or complex, physicians and patients can depend on us for access to a full range of the highest quality diagnostic testing. LabCorp provides leading-edge medical laboratory tests and services through a national network of primary clinical laboratories and specialized Centers of Excellence.
Lab corp provides lab services free of charge to the clinic.
The mission of Miller-Motte is to help students acquire the essential career and personal skills and knowledge necessary to secure initial employment in their chosen field.
The Shifa Clinic has signed agreement with MMC for providing externship hours to the students. The students also help with donations of non-medical supplies for the need of the patients such as clothes ,shoes, and bags.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is the state agency charged with protecting public health, coastal resources, and the state’s land, air and water quality as authorized under multiple state and federal laws. Approximately 3,500 full-time DHEC employees around the state support communities in promoting health, provide vital healthcare and other direct services, monitor pollution, coordinate disease control, carry out the agency’s inspection and regulatory responsibilities, respond to environmental emergencies, and protect public health and the environment in numerous other ways.
DHEC has provided the clinic with vaccines free of charge to help the community. These vaccines include Tetanus, Flu and Twinrix.
As an organization, our core values are driven by a desire to improve human life, achieve scientific excellence, operate with the highest standards of integrity, expand access to our products and employ a diverse workforce that values collaboration. Through Merck we have patient assistance programs running which helps in providing other vaccines including Gardasil, Pnuemovax, MMR and Recombivax.
Clinic refers the patients to Hollings Cancer Center mobile health unit fo screening mammograms and Center in turn refers unfunded patients to the clinic if they do not have a primary care providers. We work together as community partners to address the needs of the uninsured, underserved in the communities we serve. In addition, Hollings Cancer Center breast health patient navigation program provides help to the patients refferred to the Center by working to remove any barriers (financial, transportation, language, social etc.) to them receiving timely screening, diagnostic and treatment services.
1) Member of South Carolina Free Clinic Association
2) Member of Access health Network
3) Member of Trident United Way
At The National Level:
ICNA Relief is a member/partner of the following Federal and faith-based organizations, service providers and charitable organizations to provide disaster services. We work with following federal, state and religious organizations.