GEORGIA’S SAFETY NET
Our members serve thousand of Georgia’s uninsured and underinsured, ensuring that high-quality medical care is within reach for everyone.
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS
More than 100 free and charitable clinics and hundreds of physicians, nurses, and other medical personnel in Georgia provide $236 million in uncompensated care every year.
ADVOCACY FOR THOSE WHO SERVE
GCCN empowers and advocates on behalf of its members to strengthen Georgia’s safety net and ensure support of vulnerable populations state-wide.
GCCN ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF ITS MEMBERS
GCCN advocates on behalf of its members on all issues affecting them.
We provide timely networking opportunities.
We work with communities interested in starting a clinic.
We seek funding sources to distribute to members.
ADVOCATING FOR GEORGIA’S MOST VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
BY AMPLIFYING THE COLLECTIVE VOICE OF FREE AND CHARITY CARE PROVIDERS
We envision a future in which all Georgians can access affordable, high-quality healthcare.
To that end, GCCN fosters collaborative partnerships and provides funding, education, and advocacy to the state’s free and charity care providers.
JOIN THE NETWORK
Georgia Charitable Care Network is the only statewide organization whose mission is solely focused on the needs of charitable and free clinics, individual providers and the populations they serve.
WORKING FOR YOU
Our advocates work exclusively on behalf of Georgia’s safety net clinics, ensuring that their needs are considered and respected by key policymakers in the state government, and were instrumental in passing and improving legislation that established the Georgia Volunteers in Medicine Act.
GCCN provides patients with the resources that they need to find and access the quality, compassionate healthcare that they need and deserve within their own communities.
GCCN provides our Network of Free and Charitable Clinics with the resources that they need to give and expand their scope of care to the patients who deserve quality, compassionate healthcare in our communities.
AN ALTERNATIVE, COST EFFICIENT SOLUTION: CHARITABLE CLINICS
Charitable Clinics provide health services to Georgia’s uninsured and underserved.
In 2021, 241,911 unique patients were served, with total patient visits equaling 494,111.
OF PATIENTS ARE UNINSURED
OF PATIENTS ARE EMPLOYED, SOMETIMES HOLDING MORE THAN ONE JOB
OF PATIENTS SERVED ARE LIVING BELOW 100% OF THE FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL
EVERY $1 SPENT IN SUPPORT OF CHARITY CARE PROVIDES $10 IN SERVICES
© Georgia Charitable Care Clinic
P.O. BOX 133224
Atlanta, GA 30333
PHONE: 1 (678) 389-3333