FAQ

What is the MDU?

It’s a 40-foot evangelism tool through which we provided free, limited, and quality medical and dental care. It’s a ministry and outreach extension of Brentwood Baptist.

What’s our motto?

“Serving others as we go.”

Where does it go?

It serves within the middle Tennessee region.

When did it start?

It was delivered to our campus in the spring of 2013.

How often does it go out?

We’re now regularly going out once a month. This will continue to increase in frequency throughout 2014.

Who’s running the MDU?

Our coordinator is Amy Fairchild, a Family Nurse Practitioner.

How can I get involved?

We need medical and dental volunteers, support team, and prayer warriors. If you’re interested in volunteering, fill out the form below.

Fill out my online form.

How can I pray for the MDU?

Pray that God would use us to serve others and demonstrate the gospel throughout Middle Tennessee. We recognize that not everyone believes in God. Our aim is to serve others, and then through that service, give voice to the hope we’ve discovered by putting our faith in Jesus Christ.

How can I get medical or dental treatment?

Though we can’t meet every need, there are a variety of ways to get treatment if you live in Tennessee. You can get treatment through:

  1. One of our partners listed on this site. Go to “More Information” and get details.
  2. A local event where we’ll be serving with a ministry partner. We’re not a free-standing clinic with operational hours and a staff. However, we do actively serve through the events listed on our site.

Who serves with the MDU?

Brentwood Baptist has a great history of serving the community. We’re proud of our incredible leadership and volunteers. All of them have hearts to serve others, medical and dental backgrounds, and an understanding of the unique complexities of today’s healthcare system.