Medical Teams International and Care Point Clinic to Provide Free Dental Care to Snoqualmie Valley Patients

Imagine if you were in excruciating dental pain and had no insurance or funds to pay for treatment. You would hope and pray for relief and a solution. Care Point Clinic is celebrating by serving its 100th patient with free dental care.

This is why Medical Teams International operates its Care & Connect program throughout the Pacific Northwest, reaching people who otherwise would have no dental treatment options – and identifying some of the more serious health issues associated with dental infection.

WHAT: Medical Teams and Care Point Clinic are together offering free emergency dental services to community members who otherwise would not be able to access care. All appointments are booked beforehand. Interpretive services will be available on-site.

WHEN: Friday, November 3, 2023 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

WHERE: Care Point Clinic

36017 SE Fish Hatchery Road

Fall City, WA 98024

(425) 478-6627

WHY: Through its innovative Care & Connect program, Medical Teams provides free emergency dental care, medical screenings, and other services to help patients identify health concerns and connect with primary care.

Their goal is to reduce the barriers to care and go where we are needed most. We strive to improve access to care for communities of color, immigrant and refugee populations, individuals who are experiencing homelessness, as well as those who are uninsured or underinsured, undocumented, or otherwise experiencing barriers to care.

About Medical Teams International

Founded in 1979, Medical Teams International provides life-saving medical care for people in crisis, such as survivors of natural disasters and refugees. We care for the whole person— physical, emotional, social and spiritual. Daring to love like Jesus, we serve all people—regardless of religion, nationality, sex or race. Learn more at and on social media using @medicalteams. Medical Teams International always looking for local medical and dental professionals because the program is entirely volunteer-driven. Click here to see a brochure.

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