Tomatoes at Terrapin 2021 will happenon July 17th from 4:30-7:30 pm at Terrapin Brewery! Donate by clicking on the huge tomato below to help withTomatoes at Terrapin!!! We Are Still Accepting Sponsors … Read More
The Georgia 2-Day Week for Breast Cancer, the Athens Nurses Clinic, and Grail have all teamed up to look after the health of the women in our community. All patients who receive a breast exam from the ANC… Read More
Congratulations to Paige Cummings, the executive director at the clinic, for becoming a member of the State Board of Georgia Charitable Care Network! Thank you, Paige, for all that you do, and we are proud of you for… Read More
The Athens Nurses Clinic was honored to be one of the 30 nonprofits organizations represented at the Athens Area Benevolence Market on Dec.7, 2014 from 12 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. At the market, visitors can gave a “symbolic gift”… Read More
December 3, 2014 – Paige Cummings and Melanie Burden visit PALS, a local affiliation for Women to the World, to teach women in the Athens community about breast health and self breast exams. Each attendee received a breast… Read More
Update: The Athens Nurses Clinic won 1st place at the Charity Chili Cook-Off! Paige Cummings submitted the recipe that won the clinic a $300 check. Thank you to all the staff, volunteers, and attendees who supported us! The… Read More
The Athens Nurses Clinic was chosen as the Charity of the Month for Junk South, a junk removal service for residents and businesses in Athens. They will match up to $20 of all client donations as well as contribute $100… Read More
Tomatoes at Terrapin 2023 is coming!
Our annual fundraiser, Tomatoes at Terrapin, will be Saturday, July 22nd between 5 and 8 p.m. Tickets are not required, sandwiches are by donation!
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The Athens Nurses Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) healthcare clinic providing free evaluation, treatment, and education for acute and chronic medical and dental conditions to uninsured low-and-no income residents of Athens-Clarke County and the surrounding communities.