Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP)
Quality health care for residents without insurance.
Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP) was established in 1999 by Henri
C. Woodman, county commissioner and local philanthropist. With support
from the local health department, Southeast Georgia Health System and
R. Neal Boswell, M.D., CMAP builds healthier communities through programs
that increase access to health care.
In 2011, CMAP was integrated into the Health System to provide health care
services, including dental and vision, to uninsured and underinsured adults
in Camden, Glynn and McIntosh counties.
Today, the commitment of providing quality health care for low income individuals
without health insurance continues. Staffed by volunteer and employed
licensed physicians and allied health care providers, CMAP clinics provide
health care to qualified uninsured residents, not covered by Medicare
or Medicaid, of Coastal Georgia in Camden, Glynn and McIntosh counties.
CMAP's MedBank Membership Program assists qualified residents in 13
southeast Georgia counties in accessing free prescription medications.
services for eligible residents, including:
- Dental care
- Health education classes
- Primary health care
- Specialty health care
- Vision care
Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP) provides a variety of health care
CMAP exists to serve those in the community who do not otherwise have access
to health care. Are you eligible? To qualify for CMAP you must:
- Be a resident of Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn or McIntosh Counties
- Be between the ages of 18-64
- Not have insurance, Medicare or Medicaid
- Not be a military dependent
Medication Assistance for Chronic Conditions
No one should have to choose between paying for basic living needs and
medications. CMAP helps eligible patients access some free medications
for certain chronic illnesses through the MedBank Pharmaceutical Assistance
Program. The program is available to low income, uninsured individuals.
A physician referral is required and not all medications are covered.
To learn more about eligibility and the application process, contact CMAP
at 912-554-3559. Clinics are staffed by volunteer licensed health care
providers and supported by administrative volunteers and CMAP staff.
If you are interested in volunteer opportunities at CMAP, please contact
CMAP volunteer program webpage. Some volunteer opportunities include:
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioners
- Certified Diabetes Educators
- Registered Dietitians
- Dental Hygienists
- Dental Assistants
- Clerical Workers