The Clinic was founded in 2003 by the Pensacola Bay Baptist Association to meet the needs of the uninsured and medically underserved in Escambia County, Florida. It was originally planned as a dental clinic, but with dental services and equipment extremely expensive, a medical clinic was more realistic with available funding. In the early days, there were more volunteers than patients.
Today, hundreds of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and volunteers help provide free health care to the medically underserved of our community. One full-time and two part-time employees are paid out of Clinic funds. All others volunteer their time on behalf of the Clinic. A Board of Directors sets policy and is ultimately responsible for the organization.
Since 2003, Health and Hope Clinic has provided over $15,000,000 in healthcare services and 18,000 patient/provider visits. Our goal is to provide accessible and equitable primary and preventative care to those in need. At Health and Hope Clinic, we rely on the generosity of our contributors and volunteers to accomplish our mission of “providing health and hope to the hurting.”
A Health and Hope Clinic prayer partner would be pleased to pray for any special need you may be facing. Faith in the Lord provides a foundation of strength to face any situation. Your request is a sacred trust and is kept confidential. There is never a charge for this service.
The Clinic has one full-time employee (executive director), and two part-time employees. All others volunteer their time on behalf of the Clinic.
Our dedicated and capable Board of Directors sets policy and is ultimately responsible for the organization.
serving our neighbors
Health & Hope Clinic is able to sustain the needs of our community through partnerships with organizations like Americares, a non-profit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization providing immediate response to emergency medical needs and supporting long-term health care initiatives for people in the United States and around the world.
Health and Hope Clinic is the proud recipient of a 2019 Pensacola Bay Area Impact 100 grant. This grant is saving lives by allowing us to offer a solution for the opioid epidemic as an official, FREE Narcan® distribution center. Anyone who is concerned for a loved one, or themselves, can come by our clinic during regular Clinic hours and receive a free Narcan kit that includes education for administration and helpful tips for using this nasal spray that can save a life from opioid overdose.
Health & Hope Clinic is located across the parking lot from Olive Baptist Church, on the campus of Ministry Village at Olive.
1718 East Olive Road
Pensacola, Florida 32514
Clinic Hours by appointment only.
Monday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon, 5 p.m.–8 p.m
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Thursday: 5 p.m.–8 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Prior to this, Sally was the corporate trainer with NurseSpring, a nine-location staffing and home-care agency with offices from Virginia through Tampa, Florida. Sally assisted with formalization, standardization, and implementation of training for all new hires. She also served as their community liaison in the greater Pensacola market.
Before joining NurseSpring, Sally spent 5 years working with the Escambia County School District. She assisted low-performing schools and served as the district’s Director of the Mentor Program, where she quadrupled community partnership volunteer mentors in the schools.
Sally has co-owned and operated multiple successful small businesses in both California and Florida in retail and property management. She has a background in corporate sales with GTE Wireless and AT&T.
Active as a volunteer, Sally has a long history of working to strengthen our community, including service as Escambia County PTA president, Florida PTA Board of Directors Member, and IMPACT 100 new-member mentor. Sally serves with the Baptist Healthcare Foundation Women’s Board, Women of the United Way, and as Team Development Chair with Making Strides against Breast Cancer.
Sally holds a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University in Journalism and Russian; she and her husband Jeff, along with their 3 children, Tori, Nicholas and Brandon, have called Pensacola their home since 2004.