Thank you Peacock Subaru Hilton Head for your generous donation for FOUR YEARS IN A ROW!

Dr. Smith & Pam Toney, Executive Director at BJVIM receiving a check from Subaru for $22,570.

This year your donation of $22,570 will go towards medical services for those who are uninsured in the Greater Bluffton and Jasper County area. It is part of the Subaru of America, Inc. Share The Love program. There are over 17,000 patients in the Greater Bluffton Jasper County area that are uninsured. With your help we can provide free clinics to those in need.

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BJVIM Receives Prestigious Award

 

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.

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Christmas in July Event a Success!

There was a great crowd at the Christmas in July event. It’s not too late to purchase raffle tickets for a romantic weekend getaway to the Biltmore Estate. Tickets are available at the Ridgeland Clinic and the Burnt Church Road Clinic. Join us from 5:30-7 p.m. August 31st at the Morris Center For Lowcountry Heritage in Ridgeland to find out if you are the winner.


Raffle Ticket Winners to Be Announced

The Bluffton Jasper Volunteers in Medicine is selling raffle tickets at $10 each for a chance to win a romantic inn getaway to The Biltmore in Asheville, NC. The lucky winner will receive a deluxe king room, a chef’s breakfast buffet, three course dinner, bottle of Biltmore’s sparkling wine, daily estate admission and more.

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Thank you Subaru of Hilton Head

As part of their Share The Love program, Subaru of Hilton Head presented Bluffton Jasper Volunteers in Medicine with more than $21,000 — an unrestricted donation that can be used in the clinic wherever most needed.


Pictures on pill bottles help patients take their medication

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.

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Prescription Study Benefits BJVIM

The patients at Bluffton Jasper Volunteers in Medicine (BJVIM) Bluffton and Ridgeland clinics have been receiving a little extra care. Janice Holloway, a nurse practitioner, is providing medication education to diabetic and hypertensive patients through a research project as part of her Doctorate of Nursing (DNP).

Through extensive interviews, Holloway found that many patients did not take their medications because they did not understand the instructions on their bottles.

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