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About Us

"Serving the working uninsured of Houston County."

Board of Directors

  • Andy Flowers, Chairman

  • Ayshia Hatcher, Vice Chairman

  • Matthew Hughes, Treasurer

  • Amy Etheridge, Secretary

  • Dr. Virgle W. McEver, III. MD

  • Ann Kane

  • Jim Keels

  • Joyce Hollins

  • Mark Yarbrough

  • Luis Ramirez

  • Jeff Scruggs

  • Greg Jarres

  • Melissa Phagan, Ex-Officio

  • David Campbell, Emeritus 

  • Cheryl Taylor, Emeritus

  • Dr. Perry Melvin, MD, Emeritus


Working uninsured residents of Houston County have access to compassionate, quality medical care. 



To improve the health of the working uninsured residing in Houston County.


The Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic opened in January 2005 with funding from Houston Healthcare, Houston Medical Center Auxiliary, Healthcare of Central Georgia, as well as individuals and businesses.


The doctors, nurses, residents, and medical professionals all volunteer their time to provide primary care services three days per week.

The clinic depends on United Way of Central Georgia, grant funding, and generous donations from businesses and individuals which allow us to provide free, quality, and compassionate medical care as well as prescription assistance to the working uninsured of Houston County.  We receive no government funding.


The Volunteer Medical Clinic offers primary,            non-emergency, medical care on an appointment only basis. ​


Office Hours* 
Monday & Wednesday  

9 am - 4 pm 

Tuesday & Thursday 
9 am - 2 pm 

*Applications may be submitted to the clinic

at those times.


Clinic Hours 


9am - 12 pm (urgent care)


9 am - 1 pm

Tuesday & Thursday 

5 pm - 7 pm


During the COVID-19 Pandemic patient telephone visits are available by appointment only. 


The Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that provides free primary health care to working, uninsured residents of Houston County, Georgia.

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