If you missed out on the free health care provided by Tropic Care Maui County (made possible by a partnership between the County of Maui and the military), you can stop by the Pi’ilani Village Shopping Center on June 22 from 8am to 4pm for another free medical clinic. This one’s coordinated by the Kihei-Wailea Medical Center. This fourth annual event is offered to families and individuals who need medical care but don’t have insurance.
“We are compelled to continue to provide the service annually so that residents can receive the health care they deserve,” said Dr. Marcus Griffin, founder of the free screening clinic, in a June 5 news release. “We hope our clinic will relieve those who have health concerns and prevent future medical problems.”
A number of medical professionals from a variety of health fields have volunteered their time to put the clinic on for the past three years. The clinic will provide a wide variety of services, including blood analysis, X-rays, physical and massage therapy, cardiology, gynecology and dermatology, in addition to general health screenings.