Who We Are
Who We Are
At Volunteers in Medicine Clinic, we provide comprehensive medical care to the working uninsured in Martin County, through the efforts and expertise of volunteer medical and lay personnel, at no charge to the patient.
To understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the medically under-served population living in Martin County. This mission will be accomplished primarily by volunteers, retired medical professionals and other residents in the area, working in concert with current medical resources of Martin County. Inherent in the mission are ongoing studies of target community demographics and needs that will shape the scope of services to be provided by the clinic.
May we have eyes to see those who are rendered invisible and excluded, open arms and hearts to reach out and include them, healing hands to touch their lives with love, and in the process, heal ourselves.
Since 1995, Volunteers in Medicine Clinic (VIM Clinic) has provided primary medical care to eligible, uninsured residents of Martin County. A community of medical professionals who volunteer their time, including physicians, nurses and administration staff, provides required care. All labs and diagnostics are also free to the patients, with costs absorbed by Cleveland Clinic Martin Health. Specialty care is provided by physicians in the community, at no cost to our patients.
Volunteers in Medicine Clinic is committed to providing local undergraduate and graduate students with rotational programs, enhancing their clinical knowledge, and developing leadership skills within a clinical environment. Under the guidance of Jordan Bromberg, MD, FACP, VIM Clinic’s Medical Director.
417 S.E. Balboa Ave. Stuart, FL 34994
P: (772) 463-4128 F: (772) 463-4129
M-F: 8am – 4:30pm S-S: closed