Clinic Volunteer Donates Examination Table

Jerry Sandifer isn’t content with volunteering his time and expertise to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic.

He’s also donated an examination table for use in one of the Clinic’s examination rooms.

Jerry is a Realtor who has owned Exit Tennessee Realty Pros in Wears Valley since 2005 and will shortly open another branch in Sevierville.

As a volunteer firefighter and paramedic for more than 20 years, he has medical training that he puts to use on a regular basis by volunteering to do whatever is necessary to help the Clinic’s medical staff. While he’s here once a week, he enjoys both patients and staff. “Everybody’s really, really nice,” he said. Being at the Clinic “uplifts me.”

He saw the need to replace the old examination table to offered to replace it. “In this world, we should help one another,” he said. “If everyone helped everyone else just a little, the world would be a better place.”

His aid to the Clinic does not stop there. He’s also spent a lot of time advising Bradley Minton, who landscaped the grounds as part of his Eagle Scout project, and donated mulch for the landscaping.