BJVIM Giving Tree

Reflecting on the past year, 2018 was a year of transition! Thanks to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, who provided us with the down payment and a mortgage through Palmetto State Bank, we moved into our very own building on August 31st. Truly, the organization has been blessed with generous benefactors that persist in their support and kindness.

Our vision is: “No one in our community will go without access to quality healthcare.” In pursuit of that goal, we continue to build an organization that now has 15 volunteer medical providers, 20 volunteer nurses and 52 volunteer administrative staff, which in 2018 delivered medical services valued at almost $2.4 million.

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BLUFFTON SUN | Bluffton-Jasper VIM clinic moves to permanent home

The Greater Bluffton Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine clinic has moved into its new home at 29 Plantation Business Park, Units 601-604 in Bluffton. A ribbon-cutting was held Sept. 28.

The clinic previously was located at 1 Burnt Church Road in Bluffton. The move comes as an effort to better serve and expand the services offered to its clients.

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Thank you to everyone who attended today’s Ribbon Cutting ceremony!

“This is an exciting time,” says Pam Toney, Executive Director of BJVIM, “for both the volunteers + the patients of the Greater Bluffton Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine. It is wonderful to be part of a community that truly cares for those in need.”

We’d love to show you around our permanent, new home at 29 Plantation Business Park, Units 601-604!

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BLUFFTON SUN | Nonprofit clinic moves to new location

Article by Dan Hunt, Courtesy of BlufftonToday.com

Greater Bluffton Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine’s new Bluffton home is at 29 Plantation Business Park, Units 601-604.

Greater Bluffton Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine (BJVIM) is moving in to a new permanent Bluffton home at 29 Plantation Business Park, Units 601-604.

Pam Toney, executive director of the nonprofit caregiver, said the clinic was renting its old location at 1 Burnt Church Rd. She became concerned when she learned the building had been sold.

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