Free Clinic Volunteer Physician Dr. Donna Millar-Potts Recognized
for her Service to the Anderson Community
The Virginia Gilmer Extraordinary Woman in Healthcare Community Service: Dr. Donna Millar-Potts
As physician in the Infectious Disease Department of AnMed Health, Dr. Millar-Potts serves as primary care provider for patients seen at the HIV clinic held by AnMed Health at the Free Clinic. She also volunteers at least twice each month seeing Free Clinic patients. She has served the Free Clinic both as a Board member and Medical Director.
Her compassion extends beyond AnMed Health and the Free Clinic. She is an Extraordinary Woman in Healthcare, who has dedicated her life to taking care of the poor and underprivileged in Anderson, Greenville and Oconee counties. Upon completion of her training at Greenville Hospital System, Dr. Millar-Potts joined the faculty at GHS and taught there for almost 20 years, serving as Director of Community Medicine, and leading students to a deeper understanding of how socio-economic status, education, and access can affect a patients’ health. She also held appointments at USC and MUSC medical Schools. She served as a medical director of the Greenville’s Federally Qualified Health Center from 1998 to 2003.