MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- It's the dark blue tile floor that sets things apart in the new headquarters of the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic.
There are enough of the one-foot square tiles to cover 2,500 square feet of room, hallway and corridor space --Â slightly more than one third of the 6,600 square feet in the building that formerly was home to a satellite branch of East Ridge Health Systems in Martinsburg, W.Va.
The tiles, with their porcelain finish, were bought at bargain-basement prices and obtained along with free cabinetry, desks, furniture and office equipment from the World Vision Center, a Mennonite-run facility in Philippi, W.Va.
"We even got some medical equipment," said Michele Goldman, executive director of the free clinic. "Everything has fallen into place."
The clinic moved to its new building July 13 from 11065 Middleway Pike in Charles Town, its home of 2,400 square feet for the last seven years.