A Volunteer’s Perspective

 

“Spending time with volunteers and patients alike has shown to me a beautiful part of Louisville’s community, where neighbor respects neighbor despite any differences in background. Serving at FCC has truly been a refreshing experience, as I find myself encouraged by the stories and attitudes of patients and healthcare providers in our community.”

-Bailey Bolten, Volunteer Receptionist

 

“Family Community Clinic is healthcare the way it is supposed to besimple and without bureaucracy for the patient. I am very proud to be a part of the FCC and its mission of improving the well-being of our community at absolutely no cost. Going back to its roots, health care is all about caring, compassion and sympathizing with others, and that is what
the Family Community Clinic is all about!”

-Joshua Jennings Tweddell, Volunteer Interpreter

 

“The Family Community Clinic gives people hope and it is a blessing to be a part of a place that reaches so many. Everyone I have worked with and met  through the clinic has impacted my life for the better. I’m humbled by the opportunity to serve others at a place that is so welcoming!” 

-Sarah Turi, Volunteer RN