Upcoming 2019 Free Clinics

Feb. 1 – 3

Jacob Building
3301 E Magnolia Ave
Knoxville, TN 37914

March 2 – 3

Rockingham County Fairgrounds
4804 S Valley Pike
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

March 9 – 10

Rhea Middle School
405 Pierce Rd
Evensville, TN 37332

Since 1985, more than 740,000 men, women, and children have received free care.

More than 120,000 individuals have volunteered since 1985.

More than $120 million of free medical care has been provided in the past thirty-three years.

About Ram

Remote Area Medical (RAM) is a major nonprofit provider of mobile medical clinics. Our mission is to prevent pain and alleviate suffering by providing free, quality healthcare to those in need. We do this by delivering free dental, vision, and medical services to underserved and uninsured individuals. RAM’s Corps of more than 120,000 Humanitarian Volunteers–licensed dental, vision, medical, and veterinary professionals–have treated more than 740,000 people and 67,000 animals, delivering $120 million worth of free health care services.

Ways to Get Involved


Support RAM’s mission by making a contribution today!


Give your time and skills to provide high-quality care to people in need!

Community Host

Learn more about how you can bring RAM to your community!

In The News

BBC DOCUMENTARY - TOOTHLESS AND UNINSURED IN VIRGINIA The BBC came to the Symth County, Virginia Remote Area Medical clinic in May 2018 to see the work of RAM volunteers.  Over the weekend, several hundred people received dental, vision, and medical care...

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Forbes: Patient Number One At The Front Door Of Free Healthcare In America

From a distance and through any lens, life at 3 a.m. can get pretty grainy, but it can also be the exact time when human determination comes into sharp focus. It would be all too easy to discount the image above as just another homeless person taking refuge under the safety of outdoor lighting, but this 64-year-old woman wasn’t homeless.

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NY Times: When Health Law Isn’t Enough, the Desperate Line Up at Tents

WISE, Va. — Anthony Marino, 54, reached into his car trunk to show a pair of needle-nosed pliers like the ones he used to yank out a rotting tooth.
Shirley Akers, 58, clutched a list of 20 medications she takes, before settling down to a sleepless night in the cab of a pickup truck.
Robin Neal, 40, tried to inject herself with a used-up insulin pen, but it broke, and her blood sugar began to skyrocket.

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