Open House 4-7-2016

Fannin Health Clinic Board members at our open house on 4-7-2016.
Fannin Health Clinic Board members at our open house on 4-7-2016.

 

 

 

 

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News Coverage

Thank you to North Texas eNews for the following news stories:

Public invited to Fannin Health Clinic open house (April 7, 2016)
http://www.ntxe-news.com/artman/publish/article_100413.shtml

Prayers Lead to Fannin Health Clinic (April 11, 2016)
http://www.ntxe-news.com/artman/publish/article_100428.shtml

 

Thank you to Fannin County Leader for the following coverage of our open house:

Fannin Health Clinic-Caring for the Mind, Body, and Soul (April 8, 2016)
http://fannincountyleader.info/fannin-health-cliniccaring-for-the-mind-body-and-soul-p9142-1.htm

Bonham Rotary Club

5-27-15 program - Deloris Clemons
Pictured (L-R): Rotarian Marvin Beaty, Deloris Clemons, and Rotarian Sandy Barber

At the May 27, 2015  meeting of the Bonham Rotary Club, Deloris Clemons presented the program about a new project in Fannin County. After retiring from the VA Hospital, Deloris volunteered to head a project to create a free health clinic in Fannin County. This project is part of the Fannin Baptist Association under their Mission and Evangelism Team. She sought the help of Stephanie Strickland and they met with the team and agreed the need was there, and that they would take on the job.

They recruited volunteers from across the county and built a board that consists of Administrator Deloris Clemons, Co-Administrator Stephanie Strickland, Sandy Barber, Randy Moore, Brenda Haggerty, Jim Glaser, Michael Evans, Charlotte Kearney, Mary Manning, F.B.A. Liaison Brian Everett, and Dr. Jerry Christopher who they report to. Jim Glaser offered is building in Ector and Dr. Diego Restrepo with Texoma Medical Center volunteered his services for the clinic. Their main goal is to help many people, especially children, in Fannin County who do not have health care. and later they hope to help the elderly with their medication expenses.

All the doctors, nurses and clerical workers are volunteers. Deloris stated that they hope to open in the fall of 2015, possibly open one day a week. There are many ways assistance and volunteers are needed. The Bonham Rotary Club donated $1,000 to this worthy project and is applying for a matching grant from the district to hopefully gain another $1,000 for this effort. If you can help in this effort, contact Deloris Clemons at 903-227-4155.

The Bonham Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at 12:00 noon at the Family Life Center.