HealthCheck for Adults
Saturday, November 11
Saturday, November 11
The ACS/Pfizer Surgical Humanitarian Award recognizes Fellows who have dedicated much of their careers to ensuring that underserved populations have access to surgical care and have done so without expecting commensurate compensation. Rebekah A. Naylor, MD, FACS, a general surgeon from Fort Worth, TX, will receive the Surgical Humanitarian Award for her work in significantly improving and expanding the Bangalore Baptist Hospital (BBH), Karnataka, India, during her 35 years as a medical missionary.
Read more here: News Release – ACS Award Recipients
Join local health educators and providers on Saturday, November 11 for our annual HealthCheck for Adults. We will be partnering with Travis Avenue Baptist Church to reach our community in a Two Mile Ministry opportunity.
Local organizations and volunteers will host booths to educate the community health and safety. There will be games and activities to to entertain and educate children and adults alike.
If you would like to volunteer for this event or want more information on who qualifies, contact us at email@example.com.
Mercy Clinic and Travis Children’s Ministry Building
November, 2017 – 8:30am – 12:00pm
800 West Berry St | Fort Worth Texas 76110
Clínica de misericordia y el edificio del ministerio de los niños
Travis Avenue Baptist Church
Noviembre, 2017 – 8:30am – 12:00pm
800 West Berry St. Fort Worth TX 76110
Entrada a la feria de salud- estacionamiento al este
Throughout the month of October, we are emphasizing women’s health culminating in our partnership with Moncrief Cancer Institute to provide free screenings on November 11. This month, all women visit the clinic will receive a free gift bag and information on how to receive a mammogram and/or Pap exam.
The Moncrief Mobile Mammogram Unit will be at Mercy Clinic and Travis Avenue Baptist Church from 8:00am to 12:30pm on November 11 to perform mammograms and Pap tests. For more information on who can receive a free mammogram or to request a mammogram, contact the clinic through the form below.
A lo largo del mes de octubre, estamos enfatizando la salud de las mujeres culminando en nuestra asociación con el Instituto Moncrief contra el Cáncer, para proveer exámenes gratis el 11 de noviembre. Este mes, todas las mujeres que visiten la clínica recibirán una bolsa de regalo gratis e información sobre cómo recibir una mamografía y / o examen de Papanicolau.
La Unidad de Mamografía Móvil de Moncrief estará aquí el 11 de noviembre y ofrecerá exámenes de mamografía y / o Papanicolau. Empezaremos a las 8:30am. Si quieres más información o quedar una cita, envianos tu información del contacto por la forma.
On April 30, our board of directors in partnership with Travis Avenue Baptist Church hosted volunteers, financial partners, and patients for our annual Prayer and Praise Breakfast. Attendees heard patient stories, witnessed the launch of our new campaign 2020 Vision, and honored retiring volunteers James and Georgie Teel with the first annual Mercy Clinic volunteer award named in their honor.
This year we heard patient testimonies from Claudia Garcia and the family of Kimberly, our miracle child. Bob Reccord, president and CEO of Hope for the Heart, brought an encouraging message, and our founder Dr. Rebekah Naylor publicly announced our new campaign, 2020 Vision, including the receipt of a $150,000 grant by the Martha Sue Parr Trust.
In March of 2013, Mercy Clinic opened its doors to the public for the first time. For the past three years, we have made our home in a converted house behind Travis Avenue Baptist Church. Over the years, word has spread about our volunteers’ ministry in the 76110 community. We have outgrown our space.
Our board members have launched the 2020 Vision campaign so that we can expand our capacity to serve our neighbors in south Fort Worth. The new clinic planned for the Hemphill property will be designed to accommodate an increased patient load, as well as expanding services to surrounding zip codes in Tarrant County.
To kick off the campaign, Dr. Naylor announced the receipt of $150,000 grant from the Martha Sue Parr Trust as a lead gift towards 2020 Vision.
James and Georgie Teel served as translators and evangelists since we opened in 2013. Having known Dr. Naylor since childhood, they were among the first to sign up when we began gathering volunteers. This year, they announced their retirement from regular volunteering in the clinic. In honor of the service, executive director Peggy Leitch along with the rest of the board presented the Teels with our first annual volunteer service award. As a testament to their faithfulness, the board named this award in honor of its first recipients.
Thank you for serving our neighbors!
Thank you again to Travis Avenue Baptist Church for hosting the 3rd Annual Prayer and Praise Breakfast. And thank you to all of our volunteers, ministry partners, and financial supporters for coming alongside us to serve the 76110 neighborhood in Jesus’ name!
Everyone here at Mercy Clinic volunteers their time to serve the south Fort Worth community. Health care providers are only a small part of team. We need your help, too!
Are you a health care provider interested in serving the 76110 community in your capacity as a health care provider? We have flexible volunteer opportunities available.
Mercy Clinic of Fort Worth exists to show Christ' love and compassion to the under served population in the community
PO Box 11557
Fort Worth, TX 76110
775 W Bowie St
Fort Worth, TX 76110
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