Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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September 7, 2012

CMC celebrates 10 years of medical service

GLASGOW — Janet London works two days a week for Community Medical Care Inc., a non-profit agency that provides healthcare to low-income, working, uninsured adults of Barren County.

She does a variety of tasks from helping clients fill out applications for services to making copies and answering the phone.

London is one of two people who have been with CMC since its inception.

She got involved with CMC by volunteering for the agency when it was operated out of the office for Community Relief Fund of Glasgow-Barren County Inc. on East Washington Street.

“That's how I started out,” London said.

She shares the duties of the office with Janet Shelton, who has also been with the agency since it first began.

London volunteered for CMC while still working as a social worker for the state and continued to help out after retiring.

Shelton also got involved with CMC as a volunteer. She retired from T.J. Samson Community Hospital after working there for 37 years.

“I volunteered a year or two and then Dr. [Bharat] Mody hired me part-time,” Shelton said.

She also works two days a week in CMC's office.


For the full story, read the Weekender print or e-Edition of the Glasgow Daily Times.

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