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Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine

December 21, 2015

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.OUR show  was all about helping to find volunteers to help at the SPACE COAST VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE.If you are concerned about malpractice insurance,  don’t be,  it’s taken care of through Sovereign Immunity.  It’s all about giving back, anyway. Even with the Affordable Care Act, we still have thousands of Brevard County Folks that do not have access to insurance, or are the working poor that fall “in the gap”. Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine saw a need here in Brevard County Florida and are making it a point to make sure that they help as many people as they can. This organization is for people without ANY insurance at all or access to it. 

The good folks need donations, money, medical equipment, dental equipment (and dentists that can do some pro-bono work in their office a few hours a week), land, buildings/office space, stocks, bonds, volunteers and yes,unity as well as compassion in our community. RETIRED PROFESSIONALS TAKE NOTE – if you can help – this organization can change your life.  It is changing the life of many.  http://spacecoastvolunteersinmedicine.org/eligibility/ 

Viewpoint with Seeta and Friends airs each Monday at 12 noon on 1060 WMEL, the Talk to Me Station. WMEL recently expanded its listening audience from North Daytona to East Orlando, and as far south as North West Palm Beach.  Our sponsors have been loyal followers and supporters of our guests and Non – Profit agencies. We focus on our community, women’s rights, education, and the people who activate to make a difference every day.

 

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2 Responses to “Space Coast Volunteers in Medicine”

  1. Tereza C Glodenis
    December 28, 2015 at 8:26 pm

    I have followed SeetaMedia for quite awhile now…and am always impressed with the content you provide…
    I am in need of dire dental assistance…no insurance…Brevard Health Alliance is limited in sevices that they provide…and have exhausted all other resources. I had an accident several years ago that caused extensive dental attention…which required thar I had a bridge, etc. That bridge collapsed and I find myself with no top teeth…not attractive…to say nothing of the fact that I believe that too many people don’t want to hire me based on that alone…and I want/need to work…I’m 53 years old and had always been complimented by my smile…loved putting on a nice color of lipstick…not now though…Feeling pretty hopeless and not knowing where to turn anymore…I saw this article and thought to reach out to see if you could offer any assistance…and/or guidance to assist me…
    I appreciate any feedback you could offer to me…Thank you.Blessings…
    Sincerely, Tereza

    • admin
      December 28, 2015 at 9:16 pm

      I responded to you with the necessary information via Email, Tereza. All our best to you. The resources I provided will surely help you get back that winning smile! Seeta and Ellen