FREE CLINIC IN FAYETTE COUNTY, GACompassion & Respect For Everyone!
Volunteers Needed: Grant Writer, CMA, and NP
COVID-19 / FLU AB Patient Guidelines
Fully Vaccinated Patients Are Not Required To Wear Masks. Patients with suspected exposure are required to wear masks and keep 6ft distance to other patients.
Exemplary state of health and well-being for all in the
Fayette County Community
A chiropractors are trained to make sure your body is functioning as optimally as possible by using spinal manipulations to relieve pain in your joints & muscles.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
CLOSED FRIDAYS & major holidays.
Inspiring Better HealthHelping More Than The underserved population in Fayette County.
Fayette C.A.R.E. Clinic opened its doors on May 1, 2005 in Fayetteville, GA. Providing only medical care, and open only one evening each week, we began serving the uninsured and lower-income residents in the community. Since that time our organization has grown in significant ways. We’ve expanded our services, increased our hours of operation, hired more staff, developed relationships with more volunteers and community partners. As a result, we’re able to help much more of the underserved population in Fayette County.
Our staff and volunteer specialty providers are all highly skilled, licensed, health care providers. Our medical team meets our patients’ primary healthcare needs. Our specialty providers volunteer their time and talents to additionally serve our patients’ medical needs.
For Fayette Residents 18yrs+ FREE Healthcare Services for uninsured, lower-income patients
At Fayette CARE Clinic we strive to enhance the healing and self-esteem of those in our care. This is the key to providing a positive experience for both those who serve in the clinic and the patients who come for treatment.
Fayette C.A.R.E. Clinic is a GVHCP-partnering clinic – Georgia Volunteer Health Care Program (GVHCP) of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH)
We work with caring and qualified medical professionals and lay personnel who are willing and able to help others.
At Fayette CARE Clinic we strive to enhance the healing and self-esteem of those in our care. This is the key to providing a positive experience for both those who serve in the clinic and the patients who come for treatment. Towards that end, we work with caring and qualified medical professionals and lay personnel who are willing and able to help others. Volunteer health care providers go through a thorough screening and must have appropriate credentials before coming to work at the clinic. Non-medical volunteers are needed to assist with administrative and office duties as well as serving as translators.