Community Partners

Our ministry would be impossible without special help from several community partners. We extend special thanks and enormous gratitude to the following organizations:

St. Mary’s Legacy Foundation of East Tennessee:

Logo - newThe St. Mary’s Legacy Foundation of East Tennessee was formed in 2011 to continue to provide support for the ministry begun by the Sisters of Mercy with the opening of St. Mary’s Hospital in 1930.  It was initially made possible through funds provided by the sale of Mercy Health Partners to Health Management Associates.

The St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic is very grateful to the St. Mary’s Legacy foundation for the purchase of our vehicle, the initial operating costs, and a down payment for our new facility. 

The St. Mary’s Legacy Foundation seeks to assist the needy and vulnerable of East Tennessee by engaging in general charitable undertakings and endeavors. Learn more by visiting their website.

Knoxville Academy of Medicine Alliance:
The KAMA is a non-profit organization established in partnership with the Knoxville Academy of Medicine (KAM) to promote health education programs that impact the welfare of our community and to encourage friendships among its membership. KAMA has been a regular contributor to the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic. In 2014 they provided a grant to fund point of care testing for anemia and cholesterol as well as refrigeration for supplies, and in 2015 KAMA provided a grant for a portable EKG machine and supplies. We are grateful for their continued support. Find out more by visiting their website.

The Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation (KAMF) leads the Knoxville Area Project Access, a broad-based community charity created to provide access to health care for low-income, uninsured individuals in the area. This program has supported St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic patients to have access to specialists in Knoxville. Click here or on their logo to go to their website.


St. Francis of Assisi Church, Fairfield Glade, Council of Catholic Women:CCW 2015 donation with clinic

Not only do some of our wonderful volunteers for the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic come from Saint Francis of Assisi Church in Fairfield Glade, but also in June 2014 and 2015, we received a very generous donations from their Council of Catholic Women. In 2015 the Council of Catholic Women invited us to share more about the clinic and many members were very generous in their donations.


AmeriCares USAccess:

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AmeriCares U.S. Medical Assistance Program is the largest provider of donated medications, vaccines and medical supplies to the U.S. health care safety net, empowered by donations from 200 pharmaceutical and medical device corporations. The St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic receives some donated medications from AmeriCares to be able to offer to our uninsured and underinsured patients. For more information on their program, their website is

Food City logoFood City:

Food City pharmacies have partnered with the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic to provide discount pharmacy vouchers and offer our patients pharmacy discount club prices. Patients who are unable to afford their medications may be eligible for prescriptions at no cost to them.

LabCorp Laboratory Corporation of America:


 LabCorp provides laboratory services for the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic at a very discounted rate so that we can continue to provide primary care laboratory services at no cost to our patients. Their website is:

Catholic Extension:

Catholic Extension

Catholic Extension supported the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic by providing a grant to help fund the Nurse Manager position for our office staff.  Their website is:

Covenant Health

Covenant Health donated $20,000 to the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic in May 2016.  This is the first installment of a 3 year commitment that will total $50,000.  These funds will allow the mobile clinic to continue offering primary health care services to the rural poor of East Tennessee.  Thank you, Covenant Health! To learn more, visit their website at .