Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief NC chapter has set up three-day mobile medical clinic organized into five different communities of North Carolina.
This mobile health clinic has offered several health screenings to more than 130 low-income individuals in Wake County.
“ICNA Relief NC chapter organized a three day Mobile Health Fair organized into five different communities of North Carolina,” ICNA wrote on Facebook.
“This Health Fair was assisted by five physicians, offered several health screenings to more than 130 uninsured people.
“Thank you to everyone in the community and our volunteers for always coming out and supporting us. It is through your generosity we are able to continue to serve.”
ICNA is one of the largest, non-profit, grassroots Muslim organizations in North America. It runs many projects, programs, and activities to help in reforming society at large.
Since 1968, ICNA has worked to build relations between communities by devoting itself to education, outreach, social services, and relief efforts.
This remarkable effort is in line with the consistent efforts of Muslim doctors nationwide to provide free medical care.
In April 2018, Muslims in Northeast Philadelphia opened a free health clinic to provide health services to the needy and poor.
Elsewhere in South Carolina, the Shifa Clinic has been providing medical help to the needy for years.