The mission of the Hope Clinic is to provide the very highest quality of medical care to those with limited or no access to healthcare, and to treat each patient with the utmost respect and kindness without regard to language, national origin, or ability to pay.
The vision of the Hope Clinic is:
To offer comprehensive healthcare and wellness education to improve the well-being of the medically underserved in our community.
To focus our decisions and operations on enhancing patients' dignity and welfare.
To sustain our relationships with staff, patients and medical partners to promote continuity of patient care.
To grow our ability to serve the needs of our community through outreach and expansion of clinic progress.
To respect and appreciate those who support us spiritually, financially, and selflessly as volunteers and donors.
To fulfill our mission to provide quality healthcare to the uninsured, underinsured and indigent, the Hope Clinic strives to:
We will foster community understanding of the Hope Clinic vision, mission, financial payment model and the "Compassion Gap."
We will secure access to hospital and multi-specialty services for the Hope Clinic's patients.
We will prevent illness in the Hope Clinic patient populations by moving toward proactive treatment models with sustained emphasis on patient education.
We will build our capacity to serve by adding top quality providers with big hearts, increasing space and adding updated equipment.
As a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization whose primary goal is to offer a safety net to the medically underserved in Gwinnett County, our most immediate strategic goals are:
To successfully relocate to a new facility at 121 Langley Drive in Lawrenceville and create a true medical home for our patients.
To expand wellness education programs for our patients to include diabetic care, cardiac disease and hypertension.
To relieve the burden of non-emergency care in local hospital emergency rooms by 80 percent.
To add three Hope Clinic locations to stabilize the availability of internal medicine in Gwinnett County.
To achieve enduring financial security.