Mission of Mercy's Maryland/Pennsylvania Mobile Medical & Dental Clinic Program has been serving the sick and needy in the region since 1994. It has grown into a charitable organization that serves nearly 5,000 patients annually at seven clinic sites in Maryland and two in South Central Pennsylvania via a mobile medical van.At Mission of Mercy, no one is denied care. All services are provided free, regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or religion.
Headquartered in Frederick, Maryland, The Maryland Pennysylvania mobile program provides free:
- Primary care
- Non-emergency care for acute illness
- Episodic and long-term treatment of chronic illnesses (such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, arthritis, depression, etc.)
- Prenatal care
- Physical therapy
- Prescription medications
- Dental care (primarily fillings and extractions)
Through our network of community partners, patients also receive free:
- Laboratory and blood work
- Imaging services (X-rays, MRIs, etc.)
- A limited number of surgeries
Mission of Mercy does not accept government funding, a policy that enables our patients to receive care without the degrading experience of having to prove their poverty. All funding is provided by private contributions from individuals, foundations, corporations, service organizations, churches, special events, and more. Mission of Mercy is a registered charity and is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible. To donate, please click here.
Mission of Mercy Teams Up with Gettysburg Ministerium
for the Campaign for Care - Uniting to Heal
Did you know that Mission of Mercy has provided critical health and dental care services to more than 5,000 Adams County residents since 1995? Or, that they have dispensed almost 40,000 prescription medications: all at no cost?
But, in order to continue their services, Mission of Mercy needs to raise a minimum of $50,000.
To accomplish this, Mission of Mercy has teamed up with the Gettysburg Ministerium to launch their Campaign for Care - Uniting to Heal. The campaign is designed to educate Adams County residents about the life-giving services we offer, and raise much-needed funds to continue providing our services to Gettysburg and Adams County.
Mission of Mercy's Campaign for Care includes sending mailings and information about their services to residents, corporations and church members, along with invitations to tour their mobile clinic to meet staff and volunteers, and hear inspiring stories of healing, hope and God's Love.
The tours are at the site of the mobile medical clinic at Gettysburg Foursquare Church, 330 West Middle St. To attend, contact Curtis Jamison at 717-642-9062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.