Tony Price of the Moore Free Care Clinic with County Commissioners Frank Quis and Catherine Graham
A quiet and effective leader, Tony Price was honored by the Moore County Board of Commissioners on Monday for his impactful work with the Moore Free & Charitable Care Clinic (MFCCC).
People who are financially disadvantaged, particularly those of color, have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
With coronavirus forcing many safety-net medical clinics across the country to curtail operations, North Carolina’s free and charitable clinics have found new ways to continue treating the uninsured while keeping staff and patients safe – ultimately keeping thousands of patients out of hospital emergency departments.
Moore Free & Charitable Clinic, a nonprofit medical provider for the low income uninsured of Moore County, recognized one of its co-founders, retired physician Dr. David Bruton, at its annual Hearts and Hands event on Feb. 2, at the Grand Ballroom in the Carolina Hotel.
Moore Free and Charitable Clinic (MFCC) and Pinehurst Medical Clinic (PMC) have a long-standing partnership and shared commitment of achieving quality medical care for all of Moore County's residents.
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The Moore Free and Charitable Care Clinic has earned accreditation from the North Carolina Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NCAFCC).
Thanks to Forte Fitness for their Generous Gift.
Many thanks to the Bethesda Presbyterian Church for their gift of the proceeds from the annual Backyard Barbeque and Craft Fair.
Thanks to the Whispering Pines Thrift Shop for their donation.
Thanks for the donation from the Rotary Club.