He explained that the newly opened eye clinic would be part of the Free Medical Clinic, which runs five days a week at the embassy.
What does FMC stand for?
FMC stands for Free Medical Clinic (various locations)
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- Forward Markets Commission (India)
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- Fox Movie Channel
- FPGA Mezzanine Card (VITA 57 standard)
- Framework Multinational Corps
- Franciscan Missionaries of Saint Clare
- Franklin Mennonite Conference
- Fraser Milner Casgrain (law firm; Canada)
- Free Market Capitalism
- Free Methodist Church (Canada)
- Freemind Consulting
- French Market Corporation (New Orleans, LA)
- Frequency Management Center
- Frequently Made Comment
- Fresenius Medical Care (Germany)
- Fuel Management Computer
- Fujikoshi Machinery Corporation (Japan)
- Fujitsu Mobile Communications (Japan)
- Full Metal Challenge (TV show)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Suite 385, 269-969-6494 * Big Rapids: Hope House Free Medical Clinic, 220 Ferris Dr.
The Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic was founded in June of 1967 during the Summer of Love with the founding philosophy that "Health Care is a Right, Not a Privilege.
The prospect of the move prompted Trinity's Faith Community Nurse, Barbara McGuffey, (pictured above) to submit a request to Wheat Ridge Ministries to fund the implementation of a Free Medical Clinic for Polk County.
health insurance (A) free medical clinic (B) government subsidy (C) program that helps pay medical costs (D) program that pays for medical school 2.
Diana Webber's work to establish a free medical clinic in a rural area demonstrates her great compassion for others and her commitment to helping those who need it the most.
The Forum recently has served as a church, a concert hall and, during the summer, a free medical clinic for those in need.
The recent debate about whether a public park is a fitting location for a free medical clinic only teases to the much larger challenge facing the nation: delivering medical care to people without health insurance.