Volunteers are often the unsung heroes who sort canned goods in a warehouse, fold clothing for displaced families, or working quietly in the confines of a clinic office.

Dr. Sarah E. Suttle, D.P.M, has used her unique expertise as a foot and ankle surgeon to bring unexpected healing for clients experiencing the negative repercussions of diabetes mellitus, neuropathy, arthritis, painful ingrown toenails, or other costly procedures that might otherwise go unchecked.

While Dr. Suttle and other volunteers don’t do what they do for recognition, we have to occasionally show the community just how stellar they are aside from their willingness to serve.

Dr. Suttle was recently named among Fort Worth Business’ Healthcare Heroes of 2018. This honor comes from a fierce dedication to her patients, investment of her time and energy to serve the community, and excellent quality of care.

When asked what inspires her through tough seasons in her profession, she turns to scripture:

“His Word is a steady guide. The one that comes to mind almost daily is Colossians 3:23: ‘Whatever you do, work with all your heart, as working for the Lord—not human masters,'” writes Suttle.

The GRACE Community Clinic is richly blessed to have Dr. Suttle’s tremendous depth of knowledge when it comes to complicated procedures that alleviate physical burdens for local families in need of help.

It’s just one of the many examples how people are serving, encouraging, and strengthening clients from head to toe.

Congratulations to our community leader for this esteemed honor in the workplace.

How to get involved with the Community Clinic:

The volunteers and staff are forging new paths for their patients, and continue to their focus and scope of referral treatments. The Community Clinic is looking for passionate Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Doctors, and Specialists who can invest their time and resources into providing the best care possible

Contact Volunteer Manager, Lara Hohweiler to get more information.