Salveo Foundation

Salveo means “to be well”. Our greatest desire is to help others obtain wellness. What does this mean? For any person who is in need or underserved, wellness begins with human care and connection. The Salveo Foundation is a non-profit (501c3), community service organization.  Salveo partners with oth er non-profit organizations to serve clients who are in the greatest need.

The Salveo Foundation partners with the Hope Clinic in Lawrenceville, Georgia to provide psychiatric services within their internal medicine clinic.

Dr. Shahzad Hashmi was the recipient of the 2015 Circle of Hope Award for Compassion in Medicine. Anna Sanchez, Nurse Practitioner, also provides psychiatric services to patients at the Hope Clinic.

The Hope Clinic is a non-profit, internal medicine clinic. They provide the highest standard in medical care to the uninsured, underinsured and indigent clients in Gwinnett County, a suburban area of Metro Atlanta. The Hope Clinic was founded in 2002 by Dr. William Martin to provide an affordable alternative to the hospital emergency room for the primary care medical needs of the uninsured. The clinic is a vital part of Gwinnett’s healthcare safety net and supplies over half of the available charitable primary care capacity in the county. Dr. Martin and the team of providers at the Hope Clinic specialize in internal medicine and chronic care diagnosis.

To learn more about the Hope Clinic and their partnership with the Salveo Foundation, please visit their website at