10-year-old Collects Coins for Coughs

A 10-year-old boy has collected $182.44 from his school class to donate as Coins for Coughs to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Mark James Howard of Kodak is part of 4-H. He is the service chairman for his club, which comprises Mrs. Benson's fourth grade class at Catlettsburg Elementary School.  The class has 21 students. Glenn Turner of the University of Tennessee’s Extension Service gives students ideas of service projects that could be done. 4-H clubs are supposed to do a different s...
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What Does Your Donation Buy?

When you make a donation to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, your money goes a long way. In fact, it goes a lot farther than what you spend on your own health care. Here's what we charge our patients. Some of them can't afford even these prices: Thirty dollars buys one office visit, a tooth extraction, or baseline blood work. (One of our staff members noted that her insurance billed $661 for the same blood work.) An echocardiogram (EKG) costs $20 at the Clinic. If we have them in ...
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