Follow the progress of our new Clementa Pinckney mobile health care unit to honor the late Rev. Pinckney. More updates to follow

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Now, more than ever, it is important for community to join in unity and help one another. Only together can we truly make a difference in this time of need. Help us make Senator Pinckney’s dream a reality.

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Mobile Medical Unit providing free preventive care to uninsured, under served Lowcountry patients across South Carolina.

Jennifer Pinckney, widow of Clementa Pinckney, left, Dr. Youlanda Gibbs, founder of The Palmetto Palace, and Kylon Middleton, a close friend of Clementa Pinckney, unveil plans for the new Clementa Pinckney mobile health care unit to honor the late Rev. Pinckney Tuesday at MUSC. Paul Zoeller/Staff

Our Mission

To improve the health of Rural SC & advance community outreach through preventive and diagnostic care supported by health information technologies to under-served populations & communities.

This project honors the late Senator Clementa Carlos Pinckney’s commitment to health equity and increasing access to health care services. His legacy is one of tireless and courageous public service aimed at increasing the quality of life for his constituents in South Carolina Senate District 45.

The Palmetto Palace will launch mobile heath and dental services to communities in South Carolina Senate District 45 (SC-45), which is comprised of several counties at the southernmost tip of the state between Charleston and the Georgie state line. This area known as Lowcountry includes 40 zip codes across six counties (Allendale, Beaufort, Charleston, Colleton, Hampton, and Jasper) and parts of Charleston.

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Thank You In Advance For Your Donation That Allows Us To Continue Serving Families In Need.

Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter, an Orangeburg Democrat and colleague of the Late Senator Clementa C. Pinckney, who secured the donation for the mobile unit underscored the importance of the project. She stated, “The unit is important because the rural makeup of the district exacerbates the lack of access to health care for a large number of people. That lack of access winds up costing more in the long run because prevention is missing…”.

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