Phoenixville’s The Clinic celebrates 17 years of serving the community at its Annual Dinner at RiverCrest Golf Club on March 21st.
PHOENIXVILLE, PA (MARCH 8, 2019) – On March 21, 2019, The Clinic will celebrate 17 years of serving the Phoenixville Community at its Annual Dinner, presented by Main Line Health. The dinner will feature keynote speaker Brian Propp, legendary Philadelphia Flyer, as he details his recovery from a massive stroke in 2015.
“This year’s Annual Dinner will help us raise funds to treat our patients, but first and foremost, it’s a way to thank our donors and show them what a huge impact they’ve made in our community,” says Lew Osterhoudt, Executive Director of The Clinic. “We look forward to a great night hosted once again by our friends at RiverCrest, and we’re so grateful to Main Line Health for their support at this event and year round.”
Through staff and volunteer physicians and nurses, generous donors and community partnerships, The Clinic cared for thousands of patients in 2018. Since opening its doors in 2002 with Dr. Lorna Stuart and Reverend Marie Swayze at the helm, The Clinic has provided over 135,000 patient visits to the community. Along with primary care, the facility offers specialty care, such as pediatrics, cardiology, allergy, gynecology, orthopedics and professional counseling services, in addition to lab tests, diagnostic testing and medications. All services are provided at no charge to the patient.
The Clinic is located at 143 Church Street in Phoenixville. Ticket information for the Annual Dinner can be found on its website, www.theclinicpa.org.