The Jeon Jin Sang Clinic was founded by Dr Marie-Helene Brasseur in 1975, to assist low income people in south-west Seoul. It started out to provide free medical and palliative care in a home environment, social consultations, legal assistance, afterschool care, and support to isolated and impoverished people.
It is run by a team of dedicated volunteers.
In 1992 it became an internship place for medical and nursing students who desire to help out and gain experience in this area.
In 2008, the centre opened its eight bed Palliative care hospice unit where terminally ill patients and their families are looked after around the clock.
ANZA has provided funding for necessary medical equipment for the clinic. In 2012, ANZA donated KRW 5,000,000 for funding towards a Gastro fiberscope.
In the autumn of 2013, ANZA contributed KRW 6.265 million towards renovation costs of the main kitchen and one of the palliative care rooms.
As of June 2015, ANZA is proud to provide an annual contribution of KRW 5 million.
Low-Income / Medical Care
200-2 Bunji, Siheung 5-dong
Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, Korea