Grace Village Clinic Awarded Community Health Grant to Support Refuge Healthcare Project in Clarkston 

GHFA Deputy Director Kara Sinkule (L) presented the grant award to Grace Village Clinic Coordinator Mike Sorrells (2L) with GHFA Director of Philanthropy Shan Hayes (2R) and Georgia Family Physician Dr. Scott Keller who serves as the clinic’s Medical Director and grant sponsor.

The Georgia Healthy Family Alliance (GHFA) recently awarded Grace Village Clinic a grant of $5,000 from the Community Health Grant Program for their Refuge Clinic project supporting healthcare for refugees and uninsured citizens in Clarkston, Georgia.

Patients at Grace Village Clinic comprise 54 nationalities, 150 ethnic groups and speak 47 languages. The entire staff is comprised of volunteer physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, nurses, nurse aides, medical students and translators.

In partnership with Grace Fellowship Church, Grace Village Clinic will utilize GHFA grant funds to purchase an EKG and ultrasound machine for the clinic.   Funds will also be used to expand the clinic’s diagnostic imaging services via a discounted agreement with a local radiology facility.

GHFA is the philanthropic arm of the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians (GAFP). Our nationally recognized Community Health Grant Program exists to support and create momentum in an area of need and provide vital funds for family physician sponsored healthcare projects across Georgia.

Since launching the program in 2012, the Alliance has awarded 62 charitable organizations more than $280,000. Grant awards are made to GAFP member affiliated community organizations supporting underserved populations and community programs that promote healthy practices. For more information visit