The Grace Village Medical Clinic is a State of Georgia certified clinic operating under the oversite of the Georgia Volunteer Health Care Program (GVHCP). We are honored to serve in Clarkston, a community with an ethnically diverse population and home to a very large number of re-settled refugees from around the world.
Clinic partners include: the Christian Medical and Dental Association of Atlanta; colleges and universities including Emory, Mercer, Morehouse School of Medicine, Georgia State University and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM); as well as individuals and organizations with a heart to serve the refugee population.
We offer multiple clinics every month, and you can see the schedule in our Clinic Calendar.
We are pleased to now offer a Women's Clinic as part of our standard clinic on Wednesdays! Learn more about the Women's Clinic.
To receive services and become a patient of the Grace Village Medical Clinic, an individual must first meet GVHCP eligibility requirements for income and be uninsured or in limited instances underinsured. All those meeting these requirements receive a free consultation with a licensed medical provider. Any prescribed medication(s) covered by the clinic's established formulary, as well as ordered blood work are also provided free of charge
Grace Village Medical Clinic is made possible through the generous donations of our support team. Visit our online giving page with our partners at For.ngo to help provide free medical care to people in need.
We provide medical treatment and prescriptions to those in need.
The mission of the Grace Village Medical Clinic is to provide quality, wholistic healthcare to people who couldn't afford that otherwise.
Dr. Scott T. Keller, DO
Board Certified in Family Medicine by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians
Becky Summers, RN
Coordinator of Clinic Volunteers
Coordinator of Clinic Operations