Proceeds will fund patient care for the uninsured people in New York City.
All funds raised will go towards The New York City Free Clinic
This campaign is guaranteed to print!
Approximate delivery on Sunday, October 23rd
The NYCFC is a partnership between New York University School of Medicine and the Institute for Family Health that is committed to providing much needed care to the uninsured, homeless, and disenfranchised of greater New York. The clinic provides at no cost to its patients the full range of healthcare services, including primary care, specialty referrals, counseling, patient education, prescription drugs at a significantly reduced cost, and free crucial social services, such as screening as well as registration for government health insurance.
The NYCFC differs from other New York area low-income clinics in two crucial ways. First, the NYCFC is truly free for all uninsured patients, offering services at no cost to the patient and providing options for prescription drugs at a greatly reduced cost. Secondly, the NYCFC fully covers specialty referrals, at no cost to patients. Thus, through the NYCFC specialty referrals network, an uninsured patient can have the consultations, screenings, and preventative tests that they otherwise may not have been able to receive.