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2011 Islamic Community Service AwardIn recognition of the outstanding commitment and service to the community, the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has bestowed upon the Muslim Community Medical Clinic the 2011 Islamic Community Service Award at its 17th Annual Fundraising Banquet held on Saturday, October 15, 2011. Accepting the award on behalf of the volunteers and staff, the Clinic’s Executive Director, Dr. Azad Ejaz indicated that a large percentage of our patients and a majority of our healthcare providers come from faiths other than Islam. Dr. Ejaz added that the mission of the Clinic is to provide compassionate and high quality medical care to adults with no or little income having none or insufficient healthcare coverage, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. Dr. Ejaz thanked CAIR's Board of Directors for selecting MCC Medical Clinic for this prestigious award.
MCC Medical Clinic Receives Two AwardsWASHINGTON, D.C., May 30, 2010. At a simple but dignified award ceremony at the Washington Area Women’s Foundation, the MCC Medical Clinic along with other nine nonprofit organizations received an award of $10,000 to serve the critical health care and social services needs of women and girls in the Washington Metropolitan area.
The community, through the online voting, favored the MCC Medical Clinic’s outstanding services for women and girls to receive an additional funding of $5,000.
The MCC Medical Clinic, with the financial help from the Montgomery County, Maryland State, Kaiser Permanente, Healthcare Initiative Foundation, and Komen Foundation, has established a women health care and social services center to provide culturally competent and sensitive obstetric and gynecological services to women from many religious, cultural, ethnic, and social backgrounds without barriers. The Clinic also educates female patients of the advantages of early breast cancer detection, diabetes prevention and cure, and provides the needed support to fight against domestic violence.
According to the Washington Area Women’s Foundation, “This year, the Leadership Awards will be given to nonprofits working to positively impact the lives of women and girls from under‐resourced, oppressed or marginalized communities, or through innovative work at the intersection of gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and disability in their communities. “