NCMS Foundation Creates Disaster Relief Program For Medical Practices


Funds Available to Help Physicians and PAs Impacted by Hurricane Florence through the NCMS Foundation Disaster Relief Program

In the wake of the recent hurricane, many medical practices are facing the daunting task of repairing or rebuilding. The NCMS Foundation wants to help physicians and PAs impacted by the storm and has established the Disaster Relief Program to provide grants to help get their practices back up and running.

The NCMS Foundation Disaster Relief Program helps cover expenses (not covered by insurance or other funding) related to relocating or rehabilitating a medical practice damaged by the current disaster, Hurricane Florence. This may include replacing equipment, aiding essential medical practice staff, rebuilding patient records, telephone system replacements, signage, medical laboratory supplies and other similar costs — all with the goal of helping physicians begin treating their patients again as soon as possible.

Learn more about the program guidelines (PDF).

Apply now to the Disaster Relief Program (PDF).


Support the Disaster Relief Program

Your tax-deductible donation today will support the  newly established Disaster Relief Program, administered by the  NCMS Foundation and provide grants to rebuild or repair damaged practices.

Please give today to the NCMS Foundation Disaster Relief Program. 

 For more information on other resources available to you, visit the NCMS Disaster Preparedness and Resource Center for practical information for physicians and PAs who are  dealing with the devastation wrought by Hurricane Florence. Bookmark it and come back often for the latest updates.



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