The new Palmetto Volunteers in Medicine Clinic at 235 S. Herlong Ave. in Rock Hill will offer medical treatment to individuals who have no medical insurance. From left, Dr. Hartwell Hildebrand, Bill Wolfe, chairman of clinic's board of directors, and Pat Wolfe, a volunteer coordinator, stand in front of the building.
The new Palmetto Volunteers in Medicine Clinic at 235 S. Herlong Ave. in Rock Hill will offer medical treatment to individuals who have no medical insurance. From left, Dr. Hartwell Hildebrand, Bill Wolfe, chairman of clinic's board of directors, and Pat Wolfe, a volunteer coordinator, stand in front of the building.
The new Palmetto Volunteers in Medicine Clinic at 235 S. Herlong Ave. in Rock Hill will offer medical treatment to individuals who have no medical insurance. From left, Dr. Hartwell Hildebrand, Bill Wolfe, chairman of clinic's board of directors, and Pat Wolfe, a volunteer coordinator, stand in front of the building.

Free medical clinic set to open in summer

March 22, 2008 11:38 PM

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