International Medical Clinics (IMC) has developed a new and uniquely innovative model of healthcare delivery to exclusively serve uninsured populations. This multi-physician specialty center effectively addresses the healthcare needs of the expanding multi-cultural uninsured community, one of America’s top ten national concerns. IMC accomplishes this mission by honoring and respecting cultural diversity, conducting ongoing focus groups to identify the needs and issues of different populations, providing substantive and skills-based healthcare education, and offering reduced medical fees. IMC is staffed with multilingual employees (Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Hindi, Urdu, Romanian, English and more). IMC offers superior care within the context of each patient’s cultural milieu. IMC has developed extensive expertise in international medicine in the United States. Using the highest professional and ethical standards, IMC improves medical care for all patients as it becomes an integral part of the international community.
It is part of our by-laws, charter and mission to give back to the community every week by performing community health outreach, health education, health empowerment, prevention of disease, to a plethora of multicultural, minority and majority organizations, associations, schools, houses of worship, businesses.
Just one example of the many leaders that have graced IMC with their presence to see first hand what our medical center was accomplishing was when we were honored to receive a visit from U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson and his staff for one hour.
The latest unofficial numbers are that out the 5.5 million people in the Atlanta metro area, 1.9 million are presently uninsured. Approximately, 80% of the Latino, Brazilian, Korean and Russian communities are uninsured. It is noteworthy that about an additional one million people (beyond the 1.9 million uninsured) in the Atlanta area have very high deductibles and hence, are essentially uninsured for those amounts (i.e. the first $5,000 or $10,000) so these folks are equally the people we see every week. This is my life's work and is truly a labor of love and a passion!
I am requesting a short meeting with you to explore any appropriate way we can serve the community together. Please read this letter and take a moment to reply to me. Thank you.
I think we can potentially work together to offer medical services my clinic has the honor to offer the minority and multicultural community which are listed at the lower part of this page. Perhaps you may be able to visit our medical center or I can visit you. I hope to hear back from you soon.
To my best knowledge, IMC is the only medical center in U.S. with such a broad scope of medical services for the uninsured provided in many languages, with many medical specialties at affordable fees and including a robust community health outreach program.
International Medical Clinics (IMC) is unique and special in that since 2004, IMC has been a Center of Excellence, providing the highest quality healthcare for the uninsured small business community and uninsured individuals across all income groups at very affordable fees throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area and beyond. IMC serves contractors by being available seven days a week, with many physician specialties, speaking about ten languages, at lower fees that the very same contractors are used to paying at the hospital emergency room and other clinics. We see a lot of personal injury patients and have our in-house Orthopedic surgeon, Podiatrist and Radiologist amongst other specialties listed below.
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