Treating Uninsured Patients
Updated: Dec 29, 2021
Shepherd's Hope treats uninsured low-income patients in need of non-emergency medical care. The visit is FREE. The organization relies on a group of volunteer partner providers including physicians, specialists, nurses, information managers, scribes and more. Dr. Ravi Gandhi, Orlando Neurosurgery talks about the importance of filling the healthcare gap by caring for the needs of those who don't have health insurance coverage. Shepherd’s Hope depends on volunteer physicians, nurses, other Licensed Health Care Professionals and general volunteers to provide quality health care for men, women and children who would otherwise go without the care they need and deserve. Shepherd’s Hope volunteers are categorized as either a General Volunteer or Licensed Health Care Provider. Licensed Health Care Providers provide direct health care to patients and General Volunteers give of their time in supporting and furthering the health center’s mission without providing direct health care. Our volunteers are the key to the success of Shepherd’s Hope, so whether you serve once a month or once a week, it makes a big impact. Interested In Volunteering?
Shepherd's Hope Central Florida Locations West Orange Health Center: 407-876-6699 ext. 250
Longwood Health Center: 407-876-6699 ext. 238 or 244
Downtown Health Center: 407-876-6699 ext. 248
Dr. Diebel, Jr. Memorial Health Center: 407-876-6699 ext. 247
Tazkiah Health Center: closed through March 31st.
For more information about the important work that Shepherd's Hope is doing in the Central Florida community or to get involved - visit www.shepherdshope.org.