|Stewardship Award for 2018
|Bill Grimes and Mark Neff
Award - 2018
J. Neff has been an enthusiastic supporter of NewHope Clinic since our founding in 2000. As president and CEO of St.
Claire Health Care, Mark has assisted our efforts to bring compassionate and competent health care to the uninsured and under-insured
people of northeast Kentucky. He has personally exemplified the standard of "Love Thy Neighbor" both as leader
of St. Claire Health Care and dedicated board member of NewHope Clinic. Mark has been an inspiration and example of
God's love to all of us. Thank you, Mark.
Students from the Physician Assistant Program at the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences
provided two beautiful UK baskets for our annual Fish Fry and Auction which was held on October 5th. They are also doing
other fund raising for the NewHope Clinic. Many thanks and blessings to all these wonderful young people who are demonstrating
the goodness and altruism that is so necessary to be good health care providers. They will graduate in 2020.
These PA students are also spending
time with the staff of the NewHope Clinic learning how to be compassionate and competent health care providers. These
groups are from both the Morehead Campus (at MSU) and the Lexington Campus (at UK).
Hope and Care, one patient at a time"
Have Insurance? Deductible too
to go to the Doctor ?
we can help. We are now seeing patients who have insurance but cannot use it because they can't afford the co-pay and/or
deductible. Come and see us any Thursday at NewHope Clinic, 41 S. Court Street, in Owingsville, and we will discuss
your situation and help you out if we can.
We are here and are eager to serve the health care needs of the local people who simply
cannot afford it.
IT'S TIME TO REGISTER AGAIN for
Kroger Community Rewards
Now you can donate to NewHope Ministries, Inc., by registering (Or re-registering - which is necessary yearly
in August) your Kroger Card and designating NewHope as your organization.
Here is how to do it: go to www.kroger.com and register your Kroger Card and then go to Community Rewards and pick NewHope from the list of charities.
NewHope is listed as number DH807.
you use your Kroger Card, Kroger will donate part of your purchase back to NewHope. This is so much easier than using
your Kroger Gift Card and having to put more money in it everytime you went to Kroger. Just using your Kroger
Card when you shop will be enough to donate to our cause. It is a Win-Win situation.
Thank you so much for registering with Kroger Community Rewards Program.
You can help us raise money for NewHope
with just a click of the mouse!
easy. Please consider doing this.
If you purchase anything through Amazon.Com they will donate 1/2 % of all your purchases to NewHope
is what you need to do: Instead of going to Amazon.com, go to Smile.Amazon.Com.
It is the same website but has the added
section for donations. The opening page asks you to pick a charity: type in NewHope Ministries and a list will reveal NewHope Ministries, Inc., Owingsville, KY. Click on this and from
then on you will be giving $ to NewHope. You only need to do this the first time you log on.
18 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY !
NewHope Clinic has recently celebrated 18 years
of service to the community.
We opened the door in October of 2000. Since that time we have :
Total days of operation 989
Total number of patient
Total number of volunteer hours
Value of volunteer hours $1,416,888
Total cost for 18 years:
Cost per day of operation $1220
Cost per patient visit:
Total number of patients: 3417
All money donated goes to patient care. Most
money received is from small grants and from private donations.
NewHope Clinic has become a Partner
and has endorsed the Charter for Compassion.
consider going to their webpage and signing this pledge.
Click here for Charter for Compassion
Our Mission Statement: NewHope Clinic is a ministry of
NewHope Ministries, Inc., which seeks to minister to the health care needs of the medically uninsured and under- insured people
of Eastern Kentucky by bringing competent and compassionate health care to them as a sign of God's infinite love,
tender care, and healing touch.