THE HUNTER REPORT

Remote Area Medical (RAM)

Dates to remember

Feb. 6-7 Knoxville

March 20-21 Maryville

By: Pat Hunter

As debate continues about health care reform, reality check is that there are millions of people of all ages without health care living in the richest and most powerful country in the world! There are people with pre-existing medical conditions who can't obtain insurance.

Do you know someone that needs medical treatment but can't afford it? Do you want to be a RAM volunteer and help others? Would you like to make a donation to RAM?

The Remote Area Medical (RAM) will be in Knoxville and Maryville early next year. RAM will offer free dental, medical and vision services to those in need.

Remote Area Medical (RAM) Volunteers is a non-profit dedicated to serving people by providing free health, dental and eye care. RAM also provides veterinary services. RAM is a publicly supported all volunteer charitable organization, which was founded in 1985. If you would like to volunteer your time or make a donation to this charity please click here For more information Remote Area Medical (RAM)

 

Free health care clinic 2010 schedule:

Feb. 6-7 Knoxville

March 20-21 Maryville

   

Feb. 6-7

Knoxville, TN at the Jacob's Building in Chilhowee Park

D, Vis, M      

Feb 20-21

Jefferson County High School, Dandridge, TN

D, Vis, M

Feb 27-28

RAM Veterinary Clinic, National Guard Armory, Newport TN:
The Big Fix: spay and neuter small animals

Vet

March 6-7

Buena Vista, Virginia

D, Vis, M, Vet

March 20-21

Heritage High School, Maryville, TN

D, Vis, M

Apr 10-11

Palm Beach County, FL at Americraft Expo Center,
South Florida Fairgrounds. *FL Licensed Doctors Only*

D, Vis, M

April 24-25

McDowell County, West Virginia
Mount View High School, Welch, WV

D, Vis, M, Vet

May 22-23

Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, TN

D, Vis, M

June 19-20

Pike County Central High School, Pike County, KY

D, Vis, M

June 26-27

Grainger County, TN

D, Vis, M

July 23-24-25

Wise County, VA, at the Wise County Fairground

D, Vis, M

A=Airborne, D=Dental, M=Medical, Vet=Veterinary, Vis=Vision, W=Women's Health

All travel and setup is done the day before any expedition.

SOURCE: RAM

 

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