We are so excited to be among the local organizations recently awarded nearly half a million dollars from the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry!
The $94,420 to be received over two years will support capacity building through staff + technology. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your support!
We are excited to formally announce the plan for our new location.
Now we need your support to help with renovation expenses. Please consider a donation.
Bluffton Jasper Volunteers in Medicine was the recipient of the Zenie Ingram Community Service of the Year award for 2018 at the 59th awards banquet coordinated by the Jasper County Chamber of Commerce.
More than a year ago, with a generous grant from the Palmetto Electric Trust, Bluffton Jasper Volunteers in Medicine (BJVIM) opened a satellite clinic in Ridgeland.
The clinic has provided more than 500 patient visits. Currently, the clinic is open on Monday mornings for patient enrollment and Wednesdays for primary care.
By Stassy Olmos
(Published by WSAV-TV)
BLUFFTON, Sc. (WSAV) – A Bluffton woman is trying to help doctors save lives by placing pictures on pill bottles to help patients understand how to take their medications, and so far, it’s working.
“If they have a heart medicine such as blood pressure, I usually put a little heart on there just to make sure that they know that that is for their blood pressure…some people may skip some medicines, but that’s really one that we don’t want them to skip,” said Janice Holloway, a nurse practitioner in the Lowcountry.