SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn (WVLT) -- Anyone can get free vision, medical and dental care this weekend at RAM's clinic at Pigeon Forge High School.
No questions are asked for patients seeking care.
It is first come, first served.
The entire operation including the doctors and nurses are volunteers.
Thousands of women, men and children will get free health care throughout the year with thanks to RAM.
More than 600 patients are expected in Sevier County March 9 & 10.
But RAM does not have enough dentists for this clinic.
If you are a dentist and would like to work with RAM to help under insured and the uninsured seek health care, contact email@example.com
Pigeon Forge HS is on Tiger Lane.
The clinic opens at 6:00 am Saturday and Sunday.
People in line will be given numbers starting at 3:30 Saturday morning.
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