The amazing group at Family Medicine for McHenry County raised $600 for the clinic and our patients!!!!! They held their first “Annual Spirit Week” in October with each day of the week having a theme like “dress like Dr. Lesser Day’! The staff and patients donated to the ‘penny jar’ to vote each day. We are humbled by the generosity
To provide high quality healthcare we must have local physicians, dentists, nurses and dental assistants volunteer their time and talent. We thank the following who will be here this month and we thank them with LOTS OF PRAISE! Jerry Sullivan, Dr Tucker, Dr. Lesser, Dr. Kakish, Dr. Riggs, Dr. DeHaan, Dr. Gogineni, Dr. Skopec, Dr. Hagenbruch and Staci Lobosco
We thank Advocate Aurora’s Good Shepherd Hospital for their generous grant for glucometers and glucose strips for testing blood sugar levels. Our patients with diabetes are fortunate to have GSH caring for them alongside of us!
Please Donate today Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference. When a patient has diabetes, here’s what we can provide:A provider visitDiabetes educationA glucometerInsulin (usually)Total Value: $600 Here’s what we can’t get them:Insulin pen needles.Total Cost: $19.72 Imagine being able to provide the patient almost everything to remain healthy, including the medication. But if they don’t have the insulin pen needles,
We have moved through COVID making the necessary changes to keep our care of the highest quality and we have added managing patients with COVID to our priorities. Numerous COVID vaccine clinics have been held for our patients and some community members. We are privileged to care for others. This beautiful message from Christa keeps us doing what we do!
We present our Annual Gratitude Report Fiscal 2021. Here is a excerpt from our report. Our full Annual Gratitude Report can be found at our website hpclinic.org#transparency#nonprofitimpact#nonprofittransparnecy#charitynavigator