Coastal Medical Access Project (CMAP)
2013 Hospital Hero R. Neal Boswell, M.D.
Southeast Georgia Health System
Coastal Medical Assess Project (CMAP), a strategic affiliate of Southeast Georgia Health System, builds healthier communities focusing primarily on Coastal Georgia through programs that increase access to health care.
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.
CMAP serves our community:
Many of the people we help are working two or three jobs, but none of their employers offer health insurance. CMAP also serves people who have worked all their lives and are now retired, but are not quite old enough for Medicare. These people are our friends, neighbors, relatives and employees.
- Primary health care
- Specialty health care
- Dental care
- Vision care
- Health education classes
Eligibility for Services:
- Resident of Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn or McIntosh Counties
- Between the ages of 18-64
- No insurance, Medicare or Medicaid
- Not a military dependent
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 visit the CMAP volunteer program webpage.
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioners
- Certified Diabetes Educators
- Registered Dietitians
- Dental Hygienists
- Dental Assistants
- Clerical Workers