• 02/09/23

    PVD Cello Fest Pop-Up At RI Free Clinic

    On Thursday, 2/9, PVD Cello Fest (Musicians: Megan Koch, Rob Bethel, Kamyron Williams and Zan Berry) performed a range of trio and quartet arrangements from contemporary pop to classical to a captive live and virtual audience. This represented a beautiful collaboration between music and health. To view the performance click the link below.

  • 01/23/23

    Rhode Island Free Clinic Announces Officers and New Board Members for 2023

    We are pleased to present our new officers and board members for 2023: Carrie Bridges Feliz, President; Michele Lederberg, Esq; Vice President; Patrick Martin, CPA, Treasurer; Jeffrey Chase-Lubitz, Secretary; and William Fitzgerald, President Emeritus.

  • 11/22/22

    Highlighting AmeriCorps at RIFC

    The AmeriCorps VISTA program allows its members to support organizations making sustainable change in areas that effect poverty, including education, public health, climate, access to benefits, and more. The full time volunteers commit to one year of service ranging from fundraising, grant writing, research, volunteer recruitment, and capacity building projects that will allow them to gain professional experience. At the Rhode Island Free Clinic, the VISTA program is a large part of our family. Hear what the current VISTAs shared about their experience in the program and the impact of the Rhode Island Free Clinic on them and the community.

  • UGI, UEG, Cooley partner to donate $2,500 to Rhode Island Free Clinic


    UGI, UEG Partnership with Providence College Coach Cooley Benefits Rhode Island Free Clinic

    Donation made in PC Athletics’ name will help provide much-needed medical care to low-income adults. In addition to spreading the word about the importance of colonoscopy, the relationship between University Gastroenterology, University Endoscopy Group, and Providence College Men’s Basketball Coach Ed Cooley will now also help people seeking medical care at Rhode Island Free Clinic.

    Below is a sweet video documenting the presentation of this generous donation: https://vimeo.com/723127843/1550447f58

  • 03/08/22

    Rhode Island Free Clinic Board of Directors announces the selection of Forrest A. Daniels, MPA, DSc, FACHE as its new Chief Executive Officer

    Dr. Daniels’ career has focused on serving the nation’s most vulnerable in senior management positions at hospitals, federally qualified health centers, and community organizations, including the District of Columbia Department of Health, and the D.C. Department of Corrections. “I look forward to moving to Rhode Island to work with Free Clinic volunteers, community partners, and supporters to advance the Clinic’s mission to ensure vital health care for adults in need from throughout Rhode Island,” said Dr. Daniels.

  • 02/28/22

    Direct Relief’s Fund for Health Equity Awards $9.3 Million to 49 Organizations

    The Rhode Island Free Clinic was one of forty-nine awardees nationally to receive a grant from Direct Relief. We are very proud to receive this highly competitive national grant, for our work to increase health equity in RI.

  • 02/28/22

    Rhode Island Free Clinic Announces Officers and New Board Members for 2022

    “We are pleased to welcome these outstanding community leaders to our high-performing team,” said Clinic Board President, William Fitzgerald, Vice President, Amica Mutual Insurance Company. Board Officers include, Carrie Bridges Feliz, Vice President; George Greer, Treasurer; Jeffrey Chase Lubitz, Secretary; and Mark Gim, President Emeritus.

  • 02/24/22

    Check Out Our 2021 Year In Review

  • 09/24/21

    RI Free Clinic Virtual 2021 Founders’ Event Gala

    On October 13, 2021 the RI Free Clinic presented the virtual 2021 Founder’s Event Gala. The online event was hosted by NBC-10 Health Reporter, Barbara Morse, and will feature an awards ceremony and auction.

  • 05/17/21

    Rhode Island Nurses in Action: Dr. Marie Ghazal

    Hear from Marie Ghazal on why she chose nursing, how she navigated her early career, and how it prepared her for role as CEO of Rhode Island Free Clinic.

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Rhode Island Free Clinic 2022 Year in Review

Oct. 19 2023, Celebrating the Rhode Island Free Clinic's 25th Anniversary