- Jun. 1, 2017
Free Medical Health Clinic in Muskogee, OK for the uninsured. Appointments taken Thursday at 1 PM.
Good Shepherd Health Clinic is a nonprofit free health clinic is for the uninsured between ages 18 to 65. Funded by donations from the community. We have treated clients from over 40 towns in Oklahoma. The clinic is open 6 PM to 9:30 PM on Thursday evening. The clinic is at St. Paul Methodist church, at the southwest corner of the church.
Good Shepherd Health Clinic is a non-profit clinic.
Appointments are required. No walk-in's. Clients up to age 65, who are uninsured and are ineligible for Medicaid, can apply for services. The clinic does not treat patients who qualify for Medicare or VA benefits. Only routine (non-emergency) medical conditions are treated.
We have a partnership with AmeriCares to receive clinic supplies and pharmaceutical drugs for our clinic.
We are blessed to have a partnership with AmeriCares. They provide supplies and pharmaceutical drugs for our clinic and pharmacy.
Clinic hours - 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM Thursday
PATIENTS SEEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
We are a free health clinic supported by St. Paul's Methodist Church and St. Joseph Catholic Church in Muskogee, OK.
This free clinic is by appointment only and is open to anyone who does not have any insurance between the ages of 18 and 65. If you have Medicaid, Medicare, SoonerCare, Indian Nation Insurance, VA benefits or private insurance you are not eligible to be a patient.
Clients up to age 65 who are uninsured and are ineligible for Medicaid, SoonerCare, Indian nation coverage, Obamacare can apply for services. The clinic does not treat patients who qualify for Medicare or who are military veterans. Only routine (non-emergency) medical conditions are treated.
Do not email the clinic for information or appointments. Emails are not answered.
You must call for an appointment on Thursday at 1 PM. keep trying until you get through or if you get the answering machine, appointsments are filled for that night. If you make an appointment, you MUST bring proof of income and a list of all the medications you are taking to the appointment. No walk-in appointments are allowed.
Phones are answered on Wednesday for medication refills between 1 PM and 3 PM. Refill medications can be picked up at the clinic between 3 PM and 5 PM on Wednesday after you are called that they are ready. If you do not have voice mail we cannot leave a message but it is still your responsibility to put up your medications within 2 weeks or they will be restocked.
Nurses are available during medication pick-up time for consultation, blood pressure checks, blood sugar checks and teaching between 3 PM to 5 PM.
This clinic is staffed by all volunteers. We do not return messages left on the phone line. We do not have the enough volunteer staff to be there to answer the phones or return calls at any other times.
Various pharmacy volunteers work to fill prescriptions written by our clinic doctors. Prescriptions from all other sources are not filled by the clinic pharmacy. If you need prescriptions filled please make an appointment to see the clinic doctor. They will write a prescription that can be filled by our pharmacy, if they determine it is necessary.
Our patient advocates submit enrollments to pharmaceutical companies to get medications for patients. Proof of income is required by these pharmaceutical companies.
You will need to be seen yearly to continue to receive services or medications.
Partnership with AmeriCares
- Nov. 17, 2016
We have partnered with AmeriCares who provides many of our pharmaticeutical medications. We appreciate their endeavor to help free clinics.
Volunteer receptionist greet patients on Thursday.
Good Shepherd Health Clinic waiting room.
Volunteers take appointments on Thursday at 1 PM.
EKG machine can be used for patients with heart problem
Pharmacy tech fills medications for patients.
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