We are a 501(c)(3) Florida Non-Profit Corporation established to provide healthcare and related services, including pharmaceutical products and nutritional supplements, for underserved populations and needy individuals.
To provide healthcare and related services, including pharmaceutical products and supplements, for underserved populations and needy individuals
A world with less health disparity and where more people have the opportunity to reach their full potential
Expand pharmacy services to all qualifying, needy individuals in the Alachua County area
Support and expand the clinic where partner safety-net organizations can provide medical care to indigent and needy individuals in Gainesville, Florida, and the surrounding area
Support multi-disciplinary medical mission teams and international medical education
Bring acute medical care and pharmaceutical services, with links to social service programs,
to the unsheltered people experiencing homelessness in the Alachua County area
Diversity, Inclusion, Equity Statement
Affirmative Action Policy
At Grace Healthcare Services Corp we fight the battle against healthcare disparity. We believe healthcare starts with compassion and respect for our patients and each other. We embrace and nurture the underserved, uninsured and homeless. We do not discriminate. All are included, all are served.
Grace Healthcare Services Corp provides services to patients, and opportunities for volunteering and employment, to qualified persons without regard to age, gender, sexual orientation, ability/disability, race or color, education, religious or political views, economic status, or national origin.
Board of Directors
Harvey G Rohlwing, MD
UF College of Medicine Courtesy Faculty and Emergency Medicine Global Health Initiatives Liaison; Volunteer Medical Provider with UF Mobile Outreach Clinic, Alachua Area Medical Reserve Corp, and Levy County Continuity Clinic; Retired UF Emergency Medicine Attending Physician and Clinical Faculty; Past-President Florida College of Emergency Physicians.
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William Garst, PharmD
William Garst is a consultant pharmacist who resides in Alachua, Florida. He received his B.S. in Pharmacy from Auburn University in 1975. He earned a master’s degree in public health in 1988 from the University of South Florida, and a master’s in pharmacy from UF in 2001. In 2007 he received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Colorado. Dr. Garst is a member of many national, state, and local professional associations. He serves as Chair on the Alachua County Health Care Advisory Board and is a part-time pharmacist at Lake Butler Hospital. In 2016 he retired from the VA. He writes a blog called The Pharmacy Newsletter (https://thepharmacynewsletter.com/). William Garst can be contacted at email@example.com.
Tim Rogers, RPh
Community Pharmacist in North Central Florida since 1972; Grace Pharmacy Manager and Volunteer Pharmacist; Pharmacy Team Leader and Consulting Pharmacist on Numerous International Medical Mission Trips; Past-President and Current CME Coordinator, Alachua County Association of Pharmacists; Past-President Florida Pharmacy Association.
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Jon DeCarmine serves as the Executive Director of GRACE, a one-stop assistance center and low-barrier emergency shelter in Gainesville, FL. He oversees emergency and permanent housing programs, strategic planning, and visioning. His work is guided by two core principles – that everyone deserves a safe place to call home, and that the idea of human beings sleeping on our streets is not “normal,” but rather an unacceptable indication of policy failures and broken systems.
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Jonathan Grant Harrell, MD
UF College of Medicine Assistant Professor of Community Health and Family Medicine; UF Mobile Outreach Clinic Program Director; Co-Founder Gainesville Christian Ministries Health Clinic; Teaching and Research Interest in Social Determinants of Health.
Meredith Gardner Kelly,
Meredith is a graduate of the University of Florida’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and treats patients in an acute care hospital setting. She also operates a branch office as a Sales Associate for Southwestern Real Estate. Her background gives her a unique understanding of the difficulty of finding accessible healthcare and affordable housing in our community, leading her to become a board member of Grace Healthcare Services Corp
Educated in finance, followed by unfortunate business events, Rupert eventually experienced homelessness. For three and a half years, he gratefully received medical and pharmacy assistance from Grace Healthcare. Now, “back on his feet,” Rupert is housed, working and credits Grace Healthcare for keeping him alive during that time. Rupert is our Board Member with lived experience.
Lorry Davis, M.Ed.
Lorry comes to Grace Healthcare Services Corp with 30 years of non-profit management experience. She currently also serves as Executive Director for the Florida Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and has served as Executive Director for six other physician specialty societies.
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Mary Brinkley, RPh, Pharmacy Staff Coordinator
Elizabeth Williams, Ph.D.
Volunteer Grant Writer/Coordinator
Elizabeth Williams, Ph.D. (1997, UF) retired in 2020 after teaching twenty-five years as a Professor of Public Administration (health policy, grant-writing, public finance, women and politics) and Political Science (American government, state and local government). She was a member of the graduate faculty in Public Administration at James Madison University (VA), a Professor of political science at Santa Fe College (FL), and adjunct instructor at the University of Florida. She has been the volunteer Grant-writer/Coordinator with Grace Healthcare since 2019. Liz.email@example.com
Brooke Rogers, ARNP,
Nurse Clinic Administrator
Brooke Davis, ARNP, is the Nurse Clinic Administrator of the Grace Healthcare Clinic. She has over 15 years experience as a nurse practitioner in adult/geriatric primary care in various settings including academic and VA medical centers, community health clinics, and house calls. She has a BA from Wellesley College and a BSN/MSN from VCU Medical College of Virginia. She is currently completing her MPH degree at the University of Florida and is interested in health disparities and health care for underserved populations.