Langley Federal Credit Union Donates $5,000 to support community clinic
Langley Federal Credit Union presented a check in the amount of $5,000 to Lackey Free Clinic for support of their mission to provide medical, dental and surgical care to uninsured, indigent patients at no cost.
"Access to affordable health care has become a critical need for many in our community," said Langley Financial Services Vice President and Lackey Board Member Vic Puliafico. "Lackey Free Clinic fulfills this need by providing medical services to many in our community who would otherwise not get the medical care that they so urgently need. Langley is proud to support such a worthy cause that can benefit so many families and individuals right here where we live and work."
Lackey Free Clinic is part of Project Care, a partnership of free clinics, community health centers, the three area hospital systems, and over 200 greater Peninsula physicians providing medical, dental and surgical care to the uninsured at no cost. The clinic continues to grow and serve patients at its present location at 1620 Old Williamsburg Road. As of 2013, the Clinic has had over 10,300 patient visits with 30,350 prescriptions filled. For more information visit LackeyFreeClinic.org.
Pictured (L-R) Langley Financial Services Vice President and Lackey Board Member Vic Puliafico, Lackey Free Clinic Executive Director Carol Sale, and Langley Federal Credit Union Public Relations Director Sue Thrash