Replication Workshops

Start a Charitable Clinic in Your Community

Hear firsthand how Church Health grew from a small clinic serving the working uninsured to a national leader in the faith and health movement.

Replication Workshops at Church Health Memphis
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About ECHO

Church Health is partnered with Empowering Church Health Outreach (ECHO) to extend the Replication experience for safety-net clinic founders and operators who want a full-time, faith-based medical clinic. ECHO is a not-for-profit organization based in Memphis, Tennessee, as a ministry of Church Health. ECHO provides free or low-cost consulting services to churches, clinic founders, and existing clinic working to provide primary care to the uninsured and underserved. ECHO is committed to helping clinic founders start, grow, and sustain their clinics; connecting founders and operators with their area faith communities as a core function.

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About the Workshops

Part of Church Health’s mission is to assist others in creating and expanding ministries of their own. Our Replication Workshops help people across the nation move from visions to actions. Replication workshops are held three times a year at Church Health and consist of two, half-day sessions.

The workshop includes a complete tour of our facilities, a meeting with Church Health founder and CEO Dr. Scott Morris and training by Church Health staff and leadership.

Participants also have roundtable discussions with Church Health and staff about:

Learn the nuts and bolts about fundraising, clinical operations, opening your clinic, and developing a great volunteer program

Meaningful activities leading to an opportunity to share your vision

Tour Church Health’s original 1210 Peabody clinic and its new facility at Crosstown Concourse

Work with Church Health staff to identify your next steps

Network with others in your cohort

Be inspired by the vision and purpose of Church Health

Attend Replication

2023 Replication Dates

March 28 and 29, 2023.
Workshop begins at 9 a.m. central time on March 28.  
If you have any questions, please contact Marcy Stagner at stagnerm@churchhealth.org or 901-701-2320.
Upon completion of the workshop, you will be able to:

Please contact Marcy Stagner at stagnerm@churchhealth.org or 901-701-2320 if you have any immediate questions.

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Curriculum

Our clinic-development curriculum includes:

Orientation to the program, including terminology, mission and goals, and introduction to Church Health, and questions that give you an opportunity to reflect on your calling.

Module 1: Exploring

In the first module of the curriculum, you’ll be advised on everything you need to consider before you serve your first patient. In addition to being informative, this module is designed to help you clarify your vision and make decisions necessary to establish your charitable healthcare practice.

Module 2: Developing

The second module of the curriculum is designed to get your charitable clinic open and serving patients. In addition to our consultants, this information can serve as a checklist for everything that needs to happen to start your healthcare practice.

Module 3: Implementing

The final module of the curriculum will help you manage the first days of your clinic’s opening by planning for the future. It’s never too early to start thinking ahead, and this information will help prepare your clinic for viable, long-term success.