Community Free Clinic

528 Lake Concord Rd NE
Concord NC 28025
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History of the Clinic Retired physicians Dr. George Liles and Dr. David Lockhart founded the Community Free Clinic in 1994 in an effort to meet the needs of the uninsured in Cabarrus County. Since then Clinic has outgrown 3 locations and is presently located at 528 A Lake Concord Road. The Clinic began with the Night Clinic Program two nights a week. No fees are charged for services. Currently a Night Clinic is held on Tuesday nights and a Day Clinic is held on Thursdays. In addition, a Pharmacy Service is administered for individuals participating in the Community Care Plan. For details on each program, please view our Services page. A Community Partnership The Community Free Clinic is a successful health care organization thanks to the leverage received through community collaboration. The entire medical community plays an active role in providing high quality care to our patients. The Clinic relies on volunteer medical professionals and pharmacists. NorthEast Medical Center provides inpatient care and diagnostic services. LabCorp provides all lab testing and analysis at no charge. When specialty care is needed, the Clinic is supported by area physician specialists who continue care for our patients in their offices without charge. In addition, there are countless hours provided by administrative volunteers and contributions of needed supplies. Local restaurants and vendors provide meals for volunteers during the Night Clinic Program. Support also comes from churches, civic groups, and businesses that recognize the need for such a collaborative, common sense approach to a serious community problem. Dr. David Lockhart and Dr. George Liles were driven by a clear understanding of the health care needs of our community. Together they continue to provide inspiration and leadership to hundreds of volunteers who are the backbone of the Clinic. There is a place for everyone at The Community Free Clinic. Please visit our Volunteers page for a description of the different volunteer opportunities. Our patients will benefit from your donation of time and talent. Financial assistance is needed to buy medications and equipment for the patients, support general operations, and purchase needed medical supplies. Support for the Community Free Clinic has come from many sources through the years. United Way of Central Carolinas, The Cannon Foundation, The Duke Endowment, Kate B. Reynolds Foundation, and the Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina all have believed in the positive work being done by Community Free Clinic