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Opening of the "New" Facility
The McGregor Clinic is now open and saw the first patient at its "new" facility on December 10, 2012.
Every 9 1/2 Minutes - McGregor Clinic Television Spot on YouTube
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In December of 1997, clients receiving HIV and AIDS related care at the McGregor Clinic in Fort Myers, Florida were provided an opportunity by the Lee County Florida Department of Health to submit a plan by September 15, 1998, outlining how the clinic would be operated as a nonprofit health care provider. A group of clinic clients and other interested citizens organized and met throughout the summer to create a concise plan for running the clinic with strong patient representation as a nonprofit outpatient health care provider. The intent throughout the process was to create a brief, preliminary proposal outlining, in conceptual terms, how the clinic could be operated as a nonprofit provider, contracting with the State of Florida and Lee County to provide a range of services to individuals with HIV and AIDS related diseases and disorders. The plan was submitted and accepted by the Lee County Florida Department of Health. After a transition period to allow time for incorporation, the formation of a Board of Directors and the organization of clinic staff, The McGregor Clinic, Inc. assumed control of the facility on November 15, 1999.
The McGregor Clinic is organized as a nonprofit healthcare clinic designed to provide an integrated and holistic approach to patient and community care. As such, the Clinic’s goal is to maximize patient choice to empower clients to assume responsibility for their health care decisions. The Clinic targets its services to all HIV and AIDS clients in the service area. The clinical care model utilized will include a focus upon chronic, primary and palliative care, and will include medically needy and underserved clients. The Clinic is dedicated to promote and maintain a climate of respect, confidentiality, prevention, and consultation and education, as well as to insure continuity of care. The Clinic is committed to forming community partnerships to further assist clients in acquiring access to a variety of county and regional services.