News & Events
Western Tidewater Free Clinic (WTFC) was the recent recipient of donations from the Suffolk Business Women (SBW) from their 2nd quarter community outreach program. Donations from the group included $100 to help purchase a new Clinic vacuum cleaner, office and cleaning supplies donations, and volunteer meals.
Agricultural company Monsanto donated $2,500 to the Western Tidewater Free Clinic last week. From left are clinic Director of Development Ashley Greene, local farmer Rex Alphin, clinic Executive Director Miriam Beiler and Monsanto District Sales Manager Glenn Rountree.
The Western Tidewater Free Clinic (WTFC) is pleased to announce the appointment of three new board members – Chester M. Hart, Jr., George F. Staudter, and Mary P. Lindner - who join board members representing the Western Tidewater service area. From varied backgrounds and professions, the new members bring valuable expertise in the Clinic’s seventh year of operations to provide health care to uninsured, economically disadvantaged adults across the Western Tidewater region.
Western Tidewater Free Clinic (WTFC) hosted its Board of Directors Annual Meeting on June 2, 2014, where former and current board members honored Dr. Desmond J. Longford, WTFC retiring Medical Director, for his years of service to the Clinic. Pictured are WTFC Medical Director Dr. Bernard Jamison, WTFC Executive Director Miriam Beiler, Dr. Desmond J. Longford (seated), his son Desmond Longford, Jr., and WTFC Chairman of the Board Stephie Broadwater. Also shown is the framed resolution of deep appreciation presented to Dr. Longford by the current Board of Directors.
For more information about WTFC, please see our recent Annual Reports:
2016 State of the Mission
2015 State of the Mission
2014 State of the Mission
2013 State of the Mission
2012 State of the Mission