Outpatient clinics with physicians who evaluate each child’s condition. CMS offers long-term treatment and therapy by providing physician evaluations, treatment plans, and follow-up care. The nursing staff provides case management, implementing the treatment plan, and coordinating the services needed by the child and family. Comprehensive physical assessment, diagnostic testing (x-rays, lab tests, etc.), evaluation by medical social workers and nutritionists, corrective surgery, medications, health education for child and family, ongoing health care supervision by registered nurses, hearing aids, braces, casts, wheel chairs, special shoes & other supplementary devices; dental care only if related to the handicapping condition, coordination of care with other agencies and schools, depending on resources: support services (i.e. genetic, nutrition, financial and vocational counseling, and psychological evaluation), and referral services to appropriate community resources.
Sumter Faith Clinic is a non-profit, free clinic made possible by the generous support of local churches and individuals. We are staffed by volunteers. Our volunteers are medical providers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and support staff including prayer warriors. Patients are seen on a first come, first serve basis and should sign in at least one hour before closing in order to be served.