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National Kidney Foundation of Georgia - Offers a variety of support and assistance programs for those with kidney disease, including:

  • Camp Independence is an annual seven-day medically supervised camping experience held each summer for children 6-18 with kidney failure or transplants.
  • National Kidney Foundation of Georgia's Chuck Brown Crisis Intervention Fund is a financial assistance program for kidney dialysis and transplant patients.
  • To provide public awareness and education related to kidney disease and organ donation, NKFG staff and volunteers participate in various Health Fairs throughout the state.
  • Team Georgia is a group of transplant recipients who celebrate their second chance at life by preparing for and competing in the U.S. Transplant Games, an Olympic-style event held every two years.  Recipients (athletes) are
    joined by donor families, living donors, friends and family as well as many other spectators in helping to bring greater awareness to the need for more organ donors.

National Kidney Foundation of Georgia, Inc.
2951 Flowers Road South, Suite 221
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770) 452-1539 / (770) 452-7564 (Fax ) / (800) 633-2339
Website:
http://www.kidneyga.org  

Piedmont Hospital - Atlanta.  The Diabetes Resource Center participated in community and work-based health fairs by providing free glucose/diabetes screenings on an ongoing basis. The objective of the free screenings is to identify individuals who might have diabetes and not realize it.  For patient information (non media calls), call 404-605-3436

Volunteers in Medicine Free Clinics

Community Health Mission
310 Eisenhower Drive
Building 5 B
Savannah, GA 31406
(912) 692-1451

Fayette CARE Clinic
128 Sumner Road
Fayetteville, GA 30214
(770) 487-4778
www.fayettecareclinic.com

Good Samaritan Health and Wellness Center
PO Box 579
Jasper, GA 30143
(706) 253-4673
www.GoodSamHWC.org

Healing Angles Medical Clinic
226 Alcovy Street, D-11
Monroe, GA 30655
(770) 266-7647

Henri Woodman Community Health Clinic
P.O. Box 1357
Brunswick, GA 31521
(912) 554-3559
www.cmapga.org

Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic
125 Russell Parkway
Warner Robins, GA 31088
(478) 923-9730

Laurens County VIM
1506 Telfair Street
Dublin, GA 31021
(478) 272-3446

Macon Volunteer Clinic
376 Rogers Avenue
Macon, GA 31204
(478) 755-1110
www.maconvolunteerclinic.com

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