Seager Memorial Clinic

The Seager Memorial Clinic is a 501c3 non-profit organization located inside the Ogden Rescue Mission in Ogden Utah.

The clinic operates solely on grants and private donations. The clinic does not receive any government or insurance funds.

Dr. Floyd Seager and his wife Dauna founded the clinic September 16, 1988 with the mission to offer free medical care to the homeless, indigent, and working poor. Dr. Seager passed away in 1996. His wife Dauna carried on tirelessly coordinating volunteers and serving on the Board. She passed away in 2016.

Today, nearly 100 volunteers staff the clinic carrying on the Seagers’ legacy. All of the Healthcare Providers are volunteers committed to the health and welfare of the patients they serve. Top professionals in the area administer medical and dental care with the only reward being an immeasurable amount of goodwill and compassion. Additionally, the entire Board, as well as, the Clinic Coordinator, are also volunteer positions.

To date the clinic has surpassed 78,000 patient visits. The average cost per visit is $6.25.

Every cent donated to the clinic is used to treat patients.
Source: Ksl.com