East Tennessee Catholic Interviews St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic’s New Executive Director
Sister Mariana was interviewed by Gabriela Szymanowska. Please click on the link below to read the article.
St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic has added two additional clinical dates in Decatur on Tuesday, August 20th and on Tuesday, October 15th.
Due to the 4th of July holiday, the Decatur clinic has been rescheduled to July 16th.
We had another successful Volunteer Orientation last May. A wonderful group of health professionals attended and were ready to embarc with us on our journey.
St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic will be holding the next New Volunteer Orientation on Tuesday, October 29th from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Church of Divine Mercy. If you are interested in attending, please visit the “Become a Volunteer Tab” and print out an application to submit. If you need additional information or have questions, please call the clinic office at 865-212-5570.
Please note that our July 4th clinic in Decatur has been rescheduled to July 16th.
St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic volunteers at Crab Orchard were pleased to host Summer Shelton (producer), Ramin Bahrani (director) and the crew of Gigantic Pictures, LLC on Tuesday May 14th. They filmed the Clinic in action as it provided care to the patients of Cumberland County. They are producing a documentary on the state of rural health care in the South which they hope may someday air on PBS. Stay tuned!
St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic will not be operating on the following dates:
- CRAB ORCHARD – Tuesday, June 25th
- GATLINBURG – Thursday, June 27th
- WASHBURN – Wednesday, July 3rd
- DECATUR – Thursday, July 4th (Rescheduled to July 16th)
- CRAB ORCHARD – Tuesday, December 24th
- GATLINBURG – Thursday, December 26th
Sister Mariana Koonce, RSM, MD, accepts a check for $2,749 from members of the Knoxville Academy of Medicine Alliance. The check was presented to Sister Mariana and the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic for the clinic’s share of proceeds from the 14th annual Doc Rock fundraiser, which was held Jan. 26 at the Concourse at the International near downtown Knoxville. Presenting Sister Mariana with the check are, from left, Kirstin Kropilak, Cynthia Gash, Nancy Sewell, and Robin Hutchins. The KAMA members with Sister Mariana attend the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Doc Rock is a battle of the bands that features music groups with at least two members who are doctors. Each band represents a non-profit health care provider in the community. Those attending Doc Rock vote on their favorite band and non-profit organization.