We work with organizations across East Tennessee to provide a wide range of quality services to our patients. Click on the images to learn more about each partner.
Do you have an opportunity to partner with us? Give our office a call at 865-212-5570.
Lions Club of East Tennessee
The Lions Club has supported St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic patients by providing access to vision care.
Abercrombie Radiology is an outpatient radiology office. Abercrombie Radiology has supported St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic patients by providing imaging at discounted rates.
Knoxville Area Project Access
The Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation (KAMF) leads the Knoxville Area Project Access, a broad-based community charity created to provide access to health care for low-income, uninsured individuals in the area. This program has supported St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic patients by providing access to specialist in Knoxville.
AmeriCares U.S. Medical Assistance Program is the largest provider of donated medications, vaccines and medical supplies to the U.S. health care safety net, empowered by donations from 200 pharmaceutical and medical device corporations. The St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic receives some donated medications from AmeriCares to be able to offer to our uninsured and underinsured patients.
Knoxville Academy of Medicine Alliance (KAMA)
The KAMA is a non-profit organization established in partnership with the Knoxville Academy of Medicine (KAM) to promote health education programs that impact the welfare of our community and to encourage friendships among its membership. KAMA has been a regular contributor to the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic. In 2014 they provided a grant to fund point of care testing for anemia and cholesterol as well as refrigeration for supplies, and in 2015 KAMA provided a grant for a portable EKG machine and supplies.
The CHI Memorial Breathe Easy Mobile Lung CT has supported St. Mary's Legacy Clinic by providing free low dose CT lung scans.Since 2005, CHI Memorial’s Mobile Health Coaches have provided the latest in breast cancer screenings to women, many of whom might not otherwise have been able to afford or access screenings. The 40-foot vans travel thousands of miles each year so that more women can receive high-quality, essential breast cancer screenings.
DocGo delivers high-quality medical care outside traditional hospital or clinic settings across our service lines: Mobile Health Care, Medical Transportation and Remote Patient Monitoring/Chronic Disease Management. DocGo brings their team to offer free covid and flu vaccines to our patients.
Her PLAN (Her Pregnancy and Life Assistance Network) facilitates collaboration between assistance providers and their communities to empower women and families through comprehensive medical, social, and material support. They help providers like us collaborate with other life-affirming providers to aid in fulfilling their mission to serve women and families.
Helping Mamas collects essential items such as diapers, pack n’ plays, new bottles, clothes, period supplies and new car seats; etc. They then distribute the donated items to those in the community through partner sites like St. Mary's Legacy Clinic.
UT Mobile Mammogram Unit
The University of Tennessee Medical Center began offering mobile mammography services in the late 1980s to women who may not otherwise have access. The mobile mammography unit features a mammography suite equipped with digital mammography equipment. The unit proudly displays the Medical Center’s colors (orange and white), and travels the roads of East Tennessee providing women access to mammography services in their community.
I was so impressed with everything from the kindness of the hospitality people, to the thoroughness of the triage, to the impressive medical clinic you have created! To have this free healthcare option is life changing and life giving for many who would not be able to receive care otherwise. I am so thankful for that.
The thing that struck me even more than that though, was the way you cared for each person there the same way. The love and compassion shown to one population was echoed in an opposite population. Income didn’t matter, race and ethnicity didn’t matter, documented or undocumented didn’t matter. You love shined over it all.
This is not just a medical clinic but a place to be seen, heard, and respected as a human being who matters. For that most of all, I thank you on behalf of my clients and the others who receive care there at Legacy.