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Our Mission

To improve health and wellness by providing physical therapy and related services to under-served persons, regardless of ability to pay. Eliminate untreated and underserved patients. Provide quality clinical learning for allied health students.

Think Globally. Act Locally.

At iCARE, we understand the value and privilege of having local healthcare resources. With recent environmental disasters, like hurricanes and earthquakes, we at iCARE feel compelled to fulfill a moral obligation to use our resources and skills at home and abroad to help those in need.

How Can You Help?

Our Needs

  • Location/Space
  • Equipment
  • Monetary Donations
  • Volunteers/YOU!

Donations

We're always accepting donations! Most donations are tax deductible.

About Amy

Amy McBreen-Babb, PT, DPT, is an alumnus of the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communication, the University of St. Augustine’s MPT program, and Temple University’s transitional DPT program. Dr. Babb is the Director of the PTA Program at Santa Fe College in Gainesville and served as the Chair of a similar program in Naples. She has experience in a variety of settings with adult and pediatric patients. She was a private practice owner, developed a variety of programs, has experience in clinical practice, management, administration, marketing and interprofessional collaboration. She has been a member of the FPTA since 1997, serving as Assembly Representative for the Northern district and Chief Representative for the Southwest District. She served on Florida Board of Physical Therapy Practice as a member and Vice Chair. Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist, Dr. Babb had a career as Public Relations and News Director in radio with Clear Channel, Cox, and other media outlets. She is versed in public relations and marketing and is a tireless advocate for patients, students, and the profession of Physical Therapy.

Core Values

  • Compassionate care, regardless of race, religion, creed, background, gender, or ability to pay.
  • Teaching and learning in a collegiate, professional atmosphere at home and abroad.
  • Rehabilitation, wellness, prevention and safety locally and in developing regions abroad.
  • Lifelong learning.
  • Pay it forward action.
  • Professionalism.
  • Competent care.