New applicants must be a

resident of Spartanburg County

and have no medical coverage

of any kind.


Applications are taken in the lobby:

Mondays – 10 am to 1 pm

Thursdays – 1 pm to 4 pm




·      Picture I.D. with current                address


·      Social Security card (if                   available)


·      Proof of income for all                    individuals in household for          the past 4 weeks


·      If no income bring a                        statement from whomever            is assisting/helping you get          by


·    Food stamp letter (if                        applicable)


·      Disability/Social Security/SSI        award letter (if applicable)


                                                 DONOR INFORMATION


St. Luke’s Free Medical

Clinic is a 501(c)3 tax

exempt organization; all

donations are tax

deductable. St. Luke’s

receives no direct funding

from any government

source. It relies on

donations, grants, and the

community at large to meet

an annual operating budget

of $600,000.




2010 Annual Report

2011Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report *

*The following names were inadvertently ommitted:

Carolyn and Raymond Eubanks - General Volunteers






For the month of August we are shining a light on one of our brightest new volunteers who has been a great addition to the St. Luke’s community, Madison Morris. Madison is a rising senior at Converse College pursuing a double major in Religion and Psychology with a minor in Spanish.  When Madison finishes all of her schooling, she would like to become a Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Here, at St. Luke’s, Madison greets patients with the warmest smile as they enter the clinic. Madison assists patients by pointing them in the right direction for any of their medical needs. Her favorite part of volunteering at the clinic is being able to watch the nurses willingly and selflessly help patients with the various challenges each may face. This 2015 graduate is now looking at graduate schools to attend when she finishes at Converse. St. Luke’s wishes Madison the best of luck with all of her future endeavors!



If you or someone you know

is interested in volunteering,

please fill out the VOLUNTEER

APPLICATION and return it to St.

Luke's or call 864-542-2273 ext.

24.  Volunteer orientations are

held every Wednesday at

10:00 AM and 1:00 PM.





-Front Desk Assistant

-Back Desk Assistant

-Chart Prep Assistant

-Pharmacy Assistant

-Medical Records Assistant

-Patient Medication Assistant

-Patient Vitals Assistant




St. Luke's will be closed Monday, September 1, 2014 for Labor Day.


Monday and Wednesday  

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Tuesday and Thursday        

 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM    


9:00 AM to 3:00 PM




Tuesday- 10 AM- 9 PM

Wednesday- 9 AM- 5 PM

Thursday- 3 PM- 9 PM

Friday- 9 AM- 12 PM                 _______________________



When bad weather occurs,

the clinic will typically

follow Spartanburg School

District 7 closings or delays.

Watch news channel 7 for

that information.                   _______________________


Patient Vellissa Miller with

Dr. GrantWarren – “St.

Luke’s has kept me strong so

I can do the things I love.

When I wake up and see

that sun and put my feet on

the floor, I feel HAPPY! St.

Luke’s doctors show me

love. God Bless you all.”



The Spartanburg Regional Foundation has done it again!  With a grant of $20,000, they are helping to cover the cost of much needed medications and diabetic supplies for St. Luke’s patients.  Executive Director Patsy Whitney and Board Chair Dr. Chris Nowatka are shown with Foundation Board Members Garrow Crowley and Lynne Blackman.  We are so grateful for the support of the Foundation!   _________________________


Executive Director Patsy Whitney receives a donation of $5,000 from Sherry Winstead on behalf of Mary Black Health System.  The gift was given in honor of Mary Black physicians for Doctor's Day 2014.  We appreciate our partners at Mary Black Health System so much!                               _______________________


St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic has received a donation in the amount of $25,000 from Regional HealthPlus (RHP), a network of healthcare providers affiliated with Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System and over 500 local physicians.  RHP has been serving patients in the Spartanburg area since 1996 and recognizes the great contribution St. Luke’s makes to the community.  Since 2006, RHP’s gifts to St. Luke’s have totaled over $228,000.  “The undying support of RegionalHealthPlus has been crucial to the success of our mission of changing the lives of Spartanburg County residents who lack access to healthcare,” said the Clinic’s Executive Director Patsy Whitney.  Dr. James E. Brown, IV, Chair of Regional HealthPlus said,  “We are proud to support the good work being done at St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic and consider them a vital part of the safety net for uninsured, low-income residents of Spartanburg County.”





St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.

P.O. Box 3466 ⋅ Spartanburg, SC 29304 | 162 North Dean Street ⋅ Spartanburg, SC 29302 | Fax: (864) 597-0413  Phone: (864) 542-2273  Email:

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