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Posted by Jeff Foutch On Aug - 21 - 2014 0 Comment

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This is just the first steps to the expansion of Shepherd’s Care Medical Clinic.  Now the home to over 700 patients SCMC has found the need to expand and for availability to more health options. With the expansion SCMC will be adding a low cost GYN clinic for the uninsured, eye exams once a month and counseling.  This is in addition to the cardiac clinic, retinal eye exams and Rex Mobile Mammogram  that comes to the clinic every 3 months

SCMC hopes to open the door to the extension on October 1st 2014.  With the additional services we will need additional volunteers.  If you are looking to pay it forward and want to volunteer please call the office at 919-404-2474.  Financial donations are GREATLY appreciated.

Posted by Jeff Foutch On May - 13 - 2014 0 Comment

Leona Doner is Zebulon’s top citizen of 2013

By Aaron Moody

amoody@newsobserver.comFebruary 18, 2014

ZEBULON — Leona Doner said she felt the local community’s support more Monday evening than ever before.

She had good reason. The founder and executive director of Shepherd’s Care Medical Clinic was named the 2013 Citizen of the Year at the Zebulon Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet.

“It means a lot,” Doner said as the awards event concluded at East Wake Academy. “When I first started the clinic, it felt like the town didn’t really care – didn’t believe it was going to work. And then, now, they’re saying, ‘Yeah, we believe in you now.’

“That’s important to me. The biggest thing is, now I feel accepted in the community.”

Doner started the free medical clinic, which serves the uninsured who have chronic diseases, in response to what she says was a vision from God. This June will mark four years since its doors first opened on Pony Road in Zebulon.

Mayor Bob Matheny couldn’t keep the identity of Zebulon’s top citizen under wraps for too long as he read from nomination letters touting Doner and her one-of-a-kind service. One letter described her as a loving person with a great heart for the underprivileged.

“She is on a mission for the citizens of Zebulon,” Matheny read from the letter. “Every time I leave (the clinic) I feel that I have been cared for and cared about.”

Another patient was quoted as saying Doner “and all the others that give so freely of their time and expertise should be highly commended and continually blessed for their unselfish care, concern and commitment to all those who walk through Shepherd’s Care’s door.”

Doner said she didn’t know why she was selected for the honor, other than what the clinic has been able to accomplish.

“I want to give God the glory for (the clinic), because without Him giving me the vision I would have never done it and without Him by my side I could have never accomplished it,” she said in accepting the award. “And I’d like to thank the support of the Town of Zebulon for believing in what we are doing.

“There is a big need here. We’re trying to fill it.”

Posted by Jeff Foutch On Jan - 30 - 2013 0 Comment

Clinic hours:

  • Monday 9-4:30
  • Tuesday 9-1  and evenings 6:30pm till 9pm
  • Wedensday, Thursday 9-4:30

Office hours

  • Monday through Thursday 9-4:30
  • Fridays 9 till 12 noon