Our Supporters & Collaborators
The Clinic is a medical home dedicated to providing primary pediatric care for genetically vulnerable children. Approximately 90% of our patients are from the Plain communities, and most do not have health insurance. At the Clinic, we work through a number of third party service providers who graciously donate their services or extend discounts to our patients. In 2015, over 60% of our revenue was funded through charitable sources. We could not provide comprehensive and affordable healthcare without the support of our individual donors, collaborators and supporters. THANK YOU!
The Physician’s Circle recognizes and honors those individuals who generously support the mission by contributing $1,000 in a calendar year to the Clinic. The Clinic periodically holds special events for Physician Circle donors. Members who have given permission to list their names are also recognized from time to time. The Clinic also honors requests from those who wish to remain anonymous.
Helping our Special Children
"Special children are not just interesting medical problems, subjects of grants and research. Nor should they be called burdens to their families and communities. They are children who need our help, and if we allow them to, they will teach us compassion. They are children who need our help, and if we allow them to, they will teach us love. If we come to know these children as we should, they will make us better scientists, better physician, and more thoughtful people.”
— Holmes Morton (co-founder)
We’ll use your contribution where we need it most. Use the form below to donate or get in touch with the Clinic.
Passionate about research? Donate to the Clinic research fund and help us find cures together.
Join the Quilter’s Circle, a society honoring those who provide support through their will and other planned gifts.
Help us to continue to provide patients with timely, affordable and effective care!
Our clinic serves as a trusted medical home for families working to prevent and treat genetic illness in their children. Serving predominantly Amish and Mennonite families, the sturdy, timber-framed building was "raised" by the hands of those in the Anabaptist community outside of Strasburg, PA. Inside the clinic is filled with an array of high-tech gene sequencing that allows us to deliver state of the art care in a nurturing environment.