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"He said, 'That's good,' but first he wanted me to meet David Gaw, an orthopedic surgeon with a heart of gold. David had been led by God to explore opening a clinic to Omega Seamaster 120 Deep Blue serve the underserved working poor."
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"We frequently pray with our patients. Sometimes that's the best thing you can do for them. Sometimes that's the only thing you can do for them, they've messed up their lives so bad. . I look at some of them and say, 'There but for the grace of God go I.' ''
"We get into emotional, mental and spiritual issues as well.
Henderson learned a building had been donated, a board of directors established. The missing ingredient: a person of compassion, specifically Henderson, to serve as medical director.
But after the raising was done, the four children gone from the nest, "My wife, Linda, and I started seeking God's direction. . I began to ask: 'Am I supposed to Omega Seamaster 9300
A divine series of events provided the answer. Daughter Maryglyn lived in Nashville and her parents came here to help plan her wedding in 2000. Tom took some time out to catch up with old UT Memphis med school pal Lanny Holmes, a physician at Southern Hills Hospital.
"By the time we were here four to six months, we were seeing maybe 12 a day. I continued to grouse about it and Omega Constellation Chronometer Automatic
"I told him, 'I'd kind of like to come here to Middle Tennessee to work part time with a clinic to help the underserved, and the rest of the time I'd like to travel,' " Henderson recalls.
God heard me. Now we see 55 to 60 a day.
"I wandered into town and was faced with this chain of events. I asked 'Is this providence?'
It took awhile for the needy to find this medical outpost. "We just had one patient the first day. A college student had anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder. She had no insurance. Her campus clinic had sent her here.
The fifth birthday was celebrated this week. "As long as I keep my intellect and God approves," Henderson vows to stay at the clinic, where thousands have been served on a sliding, income based scale of $10 $30 per visit.
"Faith Family Medical Clinic seeks to follow the biblical and historical commitment of people of faith to care for those in need who are sick," reads the mission statement of this medical practice that serves the working poor.
"I don't see everyone. I oversee the practice," says Henderson, whose staff consists of another doctor, three nurse practitioners and two physician's assistants. Volunteers come from throughout the medical community.
a lot of time with our patients, because sometimes that is what they need most.
"Linda and I decided this was a calling, so we went back home and told my office staff and my partner I'd be coming here. We moved here in the spring of '01 to get the clinic up and running. It opened Oct. 8.''
"We lived in Dexter, Missouri. It had a great school system. It was a great community with a 50 bed hospital," says the 59 year old Memphis native. "It was a good life, a typical small town life. It was a great place to raise a family."
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stay here in this comfortable existence or seek another calling?' ''
"It is providence," he says, explaining his journey from a family practice in rural Missouri to help establish Faith Family Medical Clinic in Nashville's urban heart.
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