The Hands of Hope Medical Clinic is a voluntary effort of health professionals, private citizens, businesses, churches, foundations, and other human service agencies. It is a community effort to provide free medical care and resources to the sick and needy in a loving and compassionate manner as best shown by the life of JESUS CHRIST.
In the book of Romans, Paul tells us to “Share with God’s people who are in need.” Hands of Hope Medical Clinic is formed around the idea that by sharing medical care with those in need we can show GOD’s love to all who come in contact with our clinic. This is our purpose, our goal, and our hope that we can preach the Gospel at all times in both word and deed.
With a team of medical professionals and community Church volunteers we open our doors every Tuesday night for everyone over 18 years of age who needs medical services and is uninsured. If you’re interested in becoming part of Hands of Hope Ministry please contact us.
Hours of Operation
Chronic Care Clinic (appointment only): 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Walk-In Clinic: 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Patients should arrive prior to 5:00PM as we take patients in order of arrival. We try to accept as many patients as possible however the number of patients we accept depends on the number of volunteers and the severity of conditions we are seeing each night. Some patients arrive between 1:00PM and 3:00PM to ensure they can be seen.
In Honor / Memory Of...
A gift from Eve Gelfand, in honor of Virginia Parker.
A gift from Miriam Hein, in honor of Virginia Parker.
A gift from Lucinda Moody, in honor of Virginia Parker.
A gift from John & Debbie Matthews, in memory of Brent Matthews.
A gift from Mt. Horeb Methodist Church, in memory of Brent Matthews.
Novant Health Imaging Piedmont
Medipack Pharmacy, LLC
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Yadkinville Rotary Club
Diversified Foam, Inc
Dorsett Technologies, Inc
SYEMC Members RoundUp Fund
Yadkin Valley Custom Vinyl
Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation
Yadkin Valley Pharmacy
Many local Churches and generous donors