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Medical Care, Inc. is a local
charity assisting Barren County’s low-income seniors
with prescription medication, prescription glasses and hearing
aids. Hearing aids are obtained through another charity program,
The Starkey Hearing Foundation's Hear
Community Medical Care assists low-income, working uninsured
adults of Barren County by providing primary health care,
prescription medication, emergency dental, optometric &
hospital care, and specialist consultation. The primary health
care is made possible through a residency program at T.
J. Samson Community Hospital.
is given by CMC paying 90% of the cost of medication up to
$250.00 per quarter for adults and $200.00 per month for seniors.
We also assist in filling out the paper work for indigent
drug programs when available. For more information on drug
companies that offer assistance, you can go to www.needymeds.com
Raisers held each year include the following:
- The Carol Bailey Memorial Golf Tournament.
- T. J. Samson Summer Cookout at T. J. Samson’s Parking
- Quilt made & donated by Helen Simpson, The Quilting
Friends of Glasgow.
Drawing held at the annual Appreciation Day.
- Gale N Dale’s restaurant donates the proceeds of
a cake fundraiser.
– CMC hands out toys to all the children at T. J.
Samson Community Hospital
As a way to give back to the community.
Way of Southern Kentucky is a strong supporter of our programs.
For information on United Way go to http://www.uwsk.org.
Community Medical Care is also supported by Barren County
residents, local government, civic groups and clubs. It is
run by volunteers. All the volunteers donate their service
worth half a million dollars each year.
Each September Dr. Bharat Mody hosts an Appreciation Day for
all the supporters and volunteers. The night is held in conjunction
with the Glasgow/Barren
County Chamber of Commerce’s Business after