APPA’s Charitable Medical Clinic
Free Medical Clinics provide services to low-income adults who are uninsured (not covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or other government program) and are residents of the county in which the Clinic is located. To be considered low-income,
Primary Care Services Free Medical Clinics provide primary care for minor, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. They should not be a substitute for emergency medical care. While specific services vary from Clinic to Clinic, most conduct general physical exams and provide testing and treatment for chronic conditions (e.g., diabetes and high blood pressure) and minor medical problems (e.g., headaches, sore throats, cough/colds, stomach issues). Some Clinics may also provide prescription assistance programs and/or other pharmacy services and certain gynecological services. If a Clinic is unable to diagnose or treat a patient’s problem, it will typically provide a referral.
A Clinic’s staff typically includes a mixture of volunteer physicians, licensed health care professionals, and non-licensed medical personnel such as lay volunteers. Board-certified physicians who typically devote approximately one to four half-day sessions each month are the most frequent types of volunteers. Nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and, to a smaller extent, social workers and psychologists also volunteer at Free Medical Clinics.
Funding and Support Sponsorship Free Medical Clinics can be sponsored by individuals or organizations such as hospitals, medical associations, secular community organizations, faith-based entities, and foundations that were established as a result of a hospital sale. A Clinic’s sponsor will often define the character of the Clinic and impact the services it provides. For example, a Free Medical Clinic that has a faith-based sponsor may pursue a religious mission or follow a set of religious principles while simultaneously working to see that health care is provided to underserved populations
Fundraising Free Medical Clinics are often supported through charitable donations and typically receive little or no regular government support. Rather, they raise funds from the community through annual fundraising drives and outreach to individuals, businesses, and other organizations. When accepting contributions, the Clinic should make sure the contribution is “designated to or for the use of” a charitable organization under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 170(a). Designated funds are charitable contributions with the stipulation that they be used for a specified purpose (i.e., an approved project or program). Such designation permits the donor to earmark his or her contribution to the Clinic for a particular use without jeopardizing the charitable deduction, provided the restriction does not prevent the Clinic from freely using the transferred assets or, at a minimum, the income therefrom, in furtherance of its charitable purposes. If the gift is earmarked for a non-charitable purpose or for a charitable purpose outside the Clinic’s charitable mission, the gift will not be deductible. Free Medical Clinics should, therefore, adopt a written policy governing all designated or restricted gifts. Clinics should require board approval of restricted gifts that are not within the Clinic’s previously approved mission and encourage the use of suggested donations instead of legally binding designations or restrictions.
The Objective Of APPA’s Charitable Medical Clinic
We are here for saving lives that caught up with health disaster to lead healthy lives. We are ready to face all
the challenges of providing health care to vulnerable people living in the most difficult, forgotten corners in
the world, therefore we are providing
to make health a global priority for all to lead a healthy life. We care.
Types Of Service Offered
Free medical consultation
Free medical treatment
Free basic health checkups ( bp & sugar level)
Free health awareness programs
For Whom Are This Services
We are here today to serve all the needy and under privilege ; regardless of race, religion and other
Benefits of APPA’s Medical Clinic
To encourage the poor and needy to have a healthy life style
To absorb the medical cost
Saving lives in time
Reduce the misery and pain of the needy by continuous follow ups.
Our hope is to promote healthy lifestyle by
APPA’s Charitable Food Restaurant
APPA'S. ... Heal The World, Charity to Mankind
APPA'S Restaurant is a holistic, innovative, revolutionary charitable social enterprise. It is currently being piloted at No 70, 2nd Floor, Taman Puncak Jalil Jalan PUJ 3/7 , Bandar Putra Permai, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor
This revolutionary solution is to tackle food poverty amongst local community and to outreach homeless, people on street and hunger stricken hardcore poors by meals on wheels.
People who have physical and economic access to enough food for an active, healthy life can enjoy their meals at APPA'S and donate a meal in cash or kind. APPA's Restaurant also welcome kind souls who wish to organize any celebrations at APPA's by sponsoring breakfast or lunch for the day.
Money for food donated will cover the cost of a hot, nutrious meal served in an ambience atmosphere at APPA's in a manner that upholds human dignity.
Both the consumption and production of food are governed by social values that are just and equitable as moral and ethical.
This is just the tip of iceberg, APPA want, more than anything with the support from public and private sectors, to create a sustainable impact on enormous issues such as body, mind and soul......