Med Mission is a ministry of Mission of Hope located in Cayce, South Carolina. We are a nonprofit (501c(3)) clinic that seeks to honor God by providing quality low cost medical care to the uninsured and the underserved in Lexington County, South Carolina.

Our Founder

Med Mission is the brainchild of Dr. Suzanne Schwab, who has worked with a similar volunteer program in Florida. Dr. Schwab saw a need to provide quality health care to individuals who cannot afford or cannot get to medical treatment.

Her desire to offer free check-ups, screenings and treatment for local residents in a caring, Christian environment started in April 2009. She feels it is possible to treat many chronic conditions rather inexpensively, if they can be detected early; thereby avoiding catastrophic care later.

Dr. Schwab is the Medical Director at VIP Health.

Mission Vision

Our Vision is to provide for the medical needs of the uninsured and the underserved in Lexington County while connecting them to existing resources in our communities; to provide patient education necessary for improved outcomes; to share Christ’s love and acceptance; to partner with area churches and hospitals to create a network of volunteers, making this a free clinic.

Strategic Goals
2014 - 2019

Coordinating Care

Provide high quality, integrated patient-centered care and service delivery system

Clinic Site Recruitment

Improving the information technology system and ensuring a safe and upgraded environment of care and facilities

Financial Health

Soliciting the needed funds and appropriate resources, building our community support to be able to continue providing quality low cost care to the uninsured and underserved

Marketing and Communication

Build effective community partnerships and Med Mission’s reputation standing in the community as a leader in quality health care and supportive services

Volunteer Recruitment

Recruiting and building a sustainable volunteer base

"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."

Mathew 11:28

Code of Ethics

Med Mission established an ethics policy based on our understanding of the Biblical guidelines for serving others. The following principles and procedures have been developed based on scripture and our spiritual heritage. Med Mission is committed to:

Courtesy and Respect

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Everyone is entitled to respect and courteous treatment without discrimination in any form. We desire to provide care with dignity of all those who come to us treating them with kindness and sensitivity.

Serving Others

To honor God by serving those in need by providing quality low cost health care.

Avoidance of Harm

As in the first words of the Hippocratic Oath, in whatever work we do “first do no harm.” Our desire is to provide compassionate high quality care.


All care providers will only act within the boundaries of their scope of practice and will seek consultation when needed.


Our actions should always be of the highest professional and personal standard, reflecting honesty, trustworthiness, and confidentiality in all our relationships with patients and volunteers.


HIPAA requires confidentiality in all patient information.


We seek to be wise stewards of all that has been entrusted to us. Therefore, allowing us to provide affordable medications, medical supplies, and equipment to patients who are in need.