UPDATE: According to Remote Area Medical CEO Jeff Eastman, a total of 929 were served at the clinic over the weekend. 

$456,862 worth of health care was provided for free.


PREVIOUS STORY: The Remote Area Medical clinic wrapped up its first day at Camp Jordan in East Ridge, Tennessee, providing hundreds of people with free dental, vision, and health care.

Channel 3 spoke to a woman who had her teeth pulled at a RAM clinic in June and received glasses at the Saturday clinic. 

"I kind of fell through the cracks of insurance or any kind of medical attention," said patient, Cathy Ryan. 

Ryan, along with many others, sat in line to get her vision checked, hoping to see life a little more clearly. 

"This is a great way to get my eyes checked and get some good looking glasses," Ryan told Channel 3.

The clinic offers more than just vision repair. It's staffed with doctors and 600 volunteers doing X-Rays, wound care, and dental work.  

Organizers say it's rewarding to know 651 patients received healthcare on Saturday, some of whom had been lined up outside for days. 

"They actually started lining up Thursday night-- they were there again all night last night," said RAM CEO, Jeff Eastman. 

The clinic will continue on Sunday. It's a first come first serve basis. Doors will open at 6 a.m.