History

  • Phase Two

    MyClinic (formerly known as Jupiter Community Health Services, Inc.), began operating as an independent, not for profit free clinic in November 2013. MyClinic is temporarily located in a modular building next to the existing Health Department, Jupiter Auxiliary Clinic.

    Quantum Foundation, Palm Healthcare Foundation and Allegany Franciscan Ministries awarded grant funding for the first three years of operation for MyClinic. Health care is provided exclusively by volunteer professionals. JMC provides Lab and Imaging services including screening mammograms to clinic patients free of charge as well as administrative and technical support. Medical office equipment has been donated by Clinics Can Help. After two full years of operation, MyClinic has provided care to over 1280 registered patients who have accounted for over 3500 visits. MyClinic patients have been referred to numerous medical specialties and a Dental Referral Program was added as well. As of December 2015, MyClinic also provides on-site Behavioral Health and Care Coordination services as part of a collaborative arrangement with Center for Family Services and Caridad Center.

  • Phase One

    In response to the growing number of uninsured who have limited access to health care and at times nowhere to go- the Town of Jupiter, Jupiter Medical Center (JMC), the Palm Beach County Health Department and El Sol-Jupiter's Neighborhood Resource Center partnered to develop an innovative solution to meet this critical need.
    Financed by a planning grant from the Quantum Foundation, Phase 1 was the January 2012 opening of the temporary, Jupiter Volunteer Clinic, which operated out of the Palm Beach County Health Department, Jupiter Auxiliary Clinic on most Saturdays.
    With over 380 registered patients representing 850+ visits, and waiting times for an appointment in excess of 4 weeks, Jupiter Volunteer Clinic proved the great need to move into dedicated space with expanded hours of operation.
    In recognition of this great effort, the Jupiter Volunteer Clinic was honored with a Heroes in Medicine Award for Community Outreach by the Palm Beach County Medical Society.

  • Phase Three

    Exciting News! MyClinic has purchased a 5000 square foot medical office building located at 411 West Indiantown Road and will be moving to permanent space (Feb 2017).  Since there are few providers in our are that offer comprehensive outpatient primary care to low income patients who have basic insurance or Medicaid, MyClinic will be leasing space within the new facility to the C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics, operated by the Health Care District of Palm Beach County.  Both entities will provide services to their patients at this location.  This unique model will broaden the healthcare safety net for our neighbors in need in northern Palm Beach County and will be truly transformational!

  • Jupiter Collaborates for Health

    Addressing the need for health services for our most vulnerable neighbors.-  Click here to watch "The Birth of MyClinic" video titled Jupiter Collaborates for Health

 

 

 

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