The 2012 Tour of Remodeled Homes presented by C&R Remodeling is a benefit for the Medical Foundation of Marion & Polk Counties. All ticket proceeds will be donated to MedAssist & Project Access, Foundation healthcare programs for the uninsured.
The MedAssist staff connects patients and their respective physicians and healthcare providers to pharmaceutical-sponsored programs that offer free and discounted medications to those who qualify. MedAssist staff compare individual prescription drug needs of clients to the drugs available through these programs. MedAssist staff then manages the complex paperwork required to apply for and keep clients enrolled in matched programs for as long as possible. MedAssist provides these services free of charge regardless of the number of prescription medications required or the length of time the medications are needed.
Project Access coordinates with volunteer physician and healthcare provider networks, area hospitals, and surgery centers to provide donated healthcare services to patients who have an immediate need for medical treatment or management. Patients are referred to Project Access by volunteer physicians and healthcare providers from the area’s free medical clinics or Project Access participating provider practices.
ABOUT the Medical Foundation of Marion & Polk Counties
“Our goal is to assist eligible people in maintaining their health and preventing the worsening of their conditions by providing access to the medical services deemed necessary by their physicians and other healthcare providers.”
As a leader in providing access to quality healthcare, the Medical Foundation of Marion & Polk Counties is committed to ensuring the health and well being of our communities.
These programs are made possible by the generous support of community members and organizations who realize the need for these valuable healthcare services. To make a contribution, please contact the Marion-Polk County Medical Society today at 503-362-9669. To learn more about their services, call 503-561-6042 in Salem; 503-769-3548 in Stayton; 503-982-5190 in Woodburn; and 503-623-8402 in Polk county.