How PAMF Gives Back
In 2014, PAMF provided $26.6 million in services for the poor and underserved, and $15.3 million in community benefits for the broader community. In addition, each year PAMF physicians and staff donate hundreds of hours to community service.
Our deeds and donations empower partnerships that enhance community well-being. We continue to support various community programs and services such as projects and educational activities with local school districts, and partnerships with community organizations. This includes close partnerships with community health clinics that provide a crucial safety net for people who otherwise might have a hard time getting quality health care.
Because we know first-hand that many people in our communities struggle to pay for health care, PAMF’s Financial Assistance Program also directly helps those who are unable to pay for medically necessary services they have received.
Patients may qualify for assistance if they lack health insurance and have low income (defined at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guideline). If you believe you may qualify, contact us at