Who is the Escambia County Medical Society Foundation?
The Escambia County Medical Society Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing healthcare services on a volunteer and funding basis through its members. The Foundation was created in 1994. The primary goal is to assure access to adequate healthcare for the medically indigent citizens of the area, to study and promote improved methods and facilities for healthcare, to pursue the protection of public health, implement the means of financing healthcare at reasonable costs to cooperate with other organizations and institutions interested in pursuing these goals, and disseminate information concerning healthcare in general. Current Foundation programs include "We Care" and "Go Seniors!"
Projects of the Foundation
Go Seniors! Transportation Program:- The ECMS Foundation's goal is to meet the needs of underserved populations. The goal of this program is to keep our vulnerable elderly population consistently receiving care when they need it and helping physicians' better treat a population with limited resources.
We Care:- Founded in 1992 and now implemented by the Health Department, the We Care Program assigns medically indigent patients to physician specialist who provide in-kind medical care as volunteers.
- 2017 We Care Awards
2017 Bell-Shippey We Care Doctor of the Year- $34, 241 in donated care
Raymond Noellert, M.D.
Medical Group with the most services and highest dollar amount donated- 272 services and $79, 138 in donated care
Gastroenterology Associates of Pensacola
Facility with highest dollar amount donated- $28, 571
Coastal Vascular & Interventional
Facility with the most services donated- 200
2017 total amount: $2.3 million
Pensacola State College Endowment:
Your ECMS Foundation continues to partner with PSC to award scholarships to students pursuing degrees in healthcare.
Escambia/Santa Rosa County Medical Society Scholarship Endowment Fund:
We award an annual scholarship to a fourth year Florida State University College of Medicine Pensacola regional campus medical student
through our growing endowment.
Blood Pressure Cuff Program:
The fourth round of blood pressure cuffs provided to our local clinics were delivered and almost all have been provided to patients. A fifth round is on order for delivery to Hope and Healing, Good Samaritan, Escambia County and St. Joseph clinics.
Contact the ECMS Foundation for more information | 850.478.0706 x2 or info@escambiaCMS.org
Board of Directors