JEFFERSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT)- Remote Area Medical is back at work this weekend, as health care professionals provide health care for free, in Jefferson County.
Donald Black says "I'm glad they're doing it because I need it."
Black is finally able to see...now that he got the glasses he needed.
The 61-year-old is one of 394 people who came out to Jefferson County High School for free care.
Director, Ron Brewer says, "it is a life changing event when you can get rid of an aggravating tooth or get a new pair of glasses and get a new job."
Volunteers have been providing free medical, dental and vision care.
It's the first time Donald Black had ever heard about the RAM.
Black says, "I live in Morristown. This is my first town. I didn't even know it exist till a friend of mine told me about it."
Black walks away feeling like a new man.
But he says he'll be right back Sunday morning for one other necessity.
Black says, "I've got a lose tooth been like that for six months I can't afford to pull it."
If you're interested in getting help from Remote Area Medical, it's on a first come first serve basis.
They are doing it again on Sunday.
You are advised to be in line by 3:30 a.m. on Sunday.