HealthReach Heroes Luncheon

Every LIFE has a Story…

You are cordially invited to attend the Clinic’s
Annual HealthReach Heroes Luncheon

Thursday, October 27th
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Williamsons Chapel United Methodist Church

575 Brawley School Road, Mooresville, NC 28117

HealthReach Clinic is Iredell County’s only free medical clinic for the uninsured.
Come learn how the Affordable Care Act is affecting healthcare in Iredell County and
how you can help solve what it does not.

Featured Speaker:
Featured Speaker Kelley Earnhardt Miller
Co-Owner/Vice President/ Business Manager of JR Motorsports

 To reserve your seats please contact Kristina Hill at

An opportunity to make a financial gift will be extended. If you are unable to attend,
but wish to make a donation, please visit

…Every Story Needs a HERO


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Mooresville Tribune features critical need for HealthReach Clinic Volunteers

Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6:00 am

By Megan Sprague

The HealthReach Community Clinic in Mooresville has a critical need for medical care professionals as volunteers, and its director promises the experience will be a “rewarding” one.

Director Rory Crawford wants area physicians, nurses and other medical staff to know that the facility will be as flexible as possible in order to get their much-needed help.

“The experience of volunteering (at HealthReach) is rewarding because you get to directly connect with patients and have a profound impact on a person in need,” he said. “Our office is more relaxed, so doctors can take as much time as they need with patients to really get to know them. If you need to take an hour to get to the root of your patient’s problems, you do it. We want to make sure that both the doctor and the patient are comfortable.”

Crawford said that generally, many of their medical volunteers are retired from their field and want to keep helping patients, but he welcomes anyone who wants to assist.

“We welcome doctors, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, nurses, CNA’s, phlebotamists, you name it,” he said.

“We offer flexible hours so if our volunteers can only work certain hours, say from 6 pm to 9 pm, we work around that,” said Susan Wolff, Director of Development and Communications at HealthReach. “Some of our specialists even see patients in their own offices or they can come to the clinic, whatever they choose.

“We’re accommodating, as that’s one of the advantages of being a free clinic. It’s a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere to come to. You can deliver hands-on caring without worrying about all the paperwork and hassle. We have malpractice covered so you can just come in, administer to the patients and remember why you wanted to be a doctor in the first place.”

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Annual Report

2012 has ended and HealthReach has already started making plans for 2013. The recent economic environment has challenged us but our services have never been better. We are fortunate in having an excellent, caring, and dedicated professional and volunteer staff to help us fulfill the clinic’s mission. We look forward to your help and support in the coming year. Together we can continue “Helping our friends and neighbors in need” by offering medical support to our community’s low-income residents.

We are currently finalizing the 2012 Annual Report and hope to have it available in the near future. In it you will see some of the great work we’ve accomplished over the past year.

Website Update

You may notice a new look for HealthReach Community Clinic’s website. Featuring more details, easier navigation, and special features for potential and current patients, and donors, we hope you like the new look.