Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic | 312 Prince St. | Sevierville, TN 37862
Mountain Hope Clinic is proud to be the only health care ministry in Sevier County that exclusively treats the medically uninsured.
Since the population of Sevier County is largely based on tourism and many jobs are seasonal in nature many citizens are without medical insurance. Mountain Hope was founded to provide a medical home to those in need of our care. We provide primary medical care, limited dental care, and help patients apply for pharmaceutical assistance. We make referrals to outside medical specialists for conditions that cannot be treated on site. Many of them are willing to work out payment plans with our patients who have a limited ability to pay.
Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic is a community clinic which provides quality healthcare for the medically uninsured who live or work in Sevier County, Tennessee.
Our Core Values:
Guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ, we value:
- all human life
- compassionate and professional healthcare
- community partnerships
- financial integrity
We are committed to serve all who seek our services, without regard to age, race, sex, religious beliefs, national origin, or handicap. 990 and other documents are available upon request.**
Mary Vance is a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church and we are happy to support this community ministry.
Mary Vance has been involved with the Clinic since its inception, starting with its development as an organization. She was drawn to become involved because of the plight of the uninsured. She continued to volunteer on many levels including being a member of the board of directors until the spring of 2001, when she answered “her call” to become the Clinic’s first Executive Director. Mary has a B.A. in sociology and philosophy from Bowling Green State University, a M.S. in Community Health Administration from California College of Health Sciences and held a TN license for nursing home administrator. Mary ended her 15 year career with Fort Sanders Sevier Medical Center as the leader of the three departments of Occupational Health, Employee Health and Community Health. Her husband is retired from the National Park Service and they have two grown sons.