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James E. Blevins Jr.
· January 28, 2016
I came to Oklahoma with a friend. We are both HIV+. I tried to contact RAIN Oklahoma many times over a few weeks. It was very difficult to even talk to a person. One person I talked to, Gustavo, state...d that he didn't have time to talk with me and to call back Monday. Monday he said he couldn't talk to me and wanted me to call back Tuesday. When I mentioned that I had appointments Tuesday. He had an obvious attitude and said he was busy Wednesday and said that he couldn't meet with me until 2:00 Thursday. With the same bad attitude he then said unless I have ID, social security card, HIV status, and birth certificate there was no point in meeting. He also denied me the right to speak to a supervisor and denied to tell me the supervisor's name. I hope Oklahoma has some place else to receive services for HIV treatment. I never had problems like this in ten years. See More
RAIN Rockin' @ the AIDS Walk
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Remote Area Medical - RAM has raised $55.

Remote Area Medical - RAM is feeling excited.

This weekend, RAM will operate a free mobile medical clinic in Cookeville, TN!

Tickets for the event will be distributed each day beginning at 3:00a.m. and clin...ic doors will open at 6:00 a.m. at Cookeville High School, 2335 N Washington Avenue Cookeville, TN 38501

RAM offers free, high-quality vision, dental, and medical services on a first-come, first-serve basis. No insurance or identification is required. This event is free and open to the public.

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Remote Area Medical -- and your little dog (and cat) too! Check out the details.

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Remote Area Medical - RAM
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Remote Area Medical - RAM has raised $75.

Remote Area Medical - RAM is feeling excited.

RAM’s Family Pet Health Project is collaborating with Humane Society of Putnam County to operate a veterinary clinic. Patients attending the Cookeville RAM Cli...nic to receive dental, vision, and/or medical services who have unaltered cats and dogs will be able to register those pets on a first-come, first served basis during the clinic. Registration will end when available spaces are filled.

RAM patients should not bring their pets to the Cookeville RAM Clinic.

Unaltered pets registered during the Cookeville RAM Clinic will be treated at a later date at a predetermined location. Free veterinary services will include spay/neuter surgery, basic vaccines, and a microchip and are made possible by Remote Area Medical and Humane Society of Putnam County.

For more information about the Family Pet Health Project, contact us at or call 865-579-1530.

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