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Our Oklahoma Free Clinic Directory includes 122 affordable and free clinics with several different pieces of information that can help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area. These clinics offer free and discounted rates for medical and dental care. Our city listings include contact information, a listing of services and any further remarks that may be pertinent to our users, such as free services provided, discounted services provided and clinic operating hours. Free Clinic Directory strives to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. In order to achieve this, we highly recommend that our users offer reviews and listing corrections. To start browsing our listings, simply click on a city and begin reading.

Cities in Oklahoma

Ardmore (2)
Bartlesville (1)
Broken Arrow (2)
Checotah (1)
Cherokee (1)
Clayton (2)
Cleveland (1)
Coalgate (1)
Collinsville (1)
Del City (1)
Edmond (2)
Eufaula (1)
Fairfax (2)
Fort Cobb (1)
Grandfield (1)
Hartshorne (1)
Hominy (1)
Hulbert (4)
Idabel (1)
Konawa (2)
Lawton (4)
Lindsay (2)
Mcalester (4)
Midwest City (1)
Moore (1)
Muskogee (1)
Newkirk (1)
Noble (1)
Norman (2)
Nowata (1)
Oklahoma City (35)
Ponca City (1)
Porter (3)
Poteau (1)
Sallisaw (1)
Stigler (1)
Tahlequah (5)
Thomas (1)
Tipton (2)
Tishomingo (1)
Tulsa (16)
Westville (1)
Wetumka (2)
Wewoka (1)

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Oklahoma Medical and Dental Clinics:

Ft Cobb Health Center
Location: Ft Cobb, OK - 73038
Contact Phone: 405-643-2776
Details: Variety Care provides access to affordable healthcare services for all family members, regardless of age, medical history, immigration status, or insurance coverage.
Remarks: Year round
Good Shepherd Ministries
Location: Oklahoma City, OK - 73103
Contact Phone: 405-232-8631
Details:

Good Shepherd Medical and Dental Clinics have provided free primary medical and dental care to uninsured Oklahomans of all ages. This care is a representation of the love and healing power of Jesus Christ, the Great Physician, to our patients. Our volunteers and staff provide quality care to uninsured people who could otherwise not afford it. Our services are expanding at an exponential rate, and our aim is to be a comprehensive medical home to the medically underserved in Oklahoma City.


Healing Hands Health Services
Location: Oklahoma City, OK - 73103
Contact Phone: 405-272-0476
Details: Community Health Centers, sponsors of Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center and Healing Hands Health Care Services, is proud to announce the expansion of their health care services to the homeless in Oklahoma City with the Women and Children’s Health Access Program (WCHAP). Primary health care clinics will be established in three homeless shelters -- City Rescue Mission, Passageway Battered Women Shelter and the Jesus House Annex. Primary health care services will also be expanded for homeless at Healing Hands Health Care Services.
Remarks: Year round
Hearts That Care Volunteer Health Clinic
Location: Lawton, OK - 73501
Contact Phone: (580) 354-9007
Details: The purpose of the Hearts That Care Clinic is to provide care to people without health insurance who do not have access to physicians and clinics in the area.
Hope Pregnancy Center North Okc
Location: Oklahoma City, OK - 73120
Contact Phone: 405-755-5433
Details:

Hope Pregnancy Centers were established in 1986 with Tulsa and north OKC locations. A south OKC location was added in 2006 and a center in Ardmore in 2013. All services at Hope Pregnancy Centers are confidential, provided at no charge and include pregnancy tests, pregnancy option education, ultrasounds, parenting and fatherhood classes, and abortion recovery services. Hope Pregnancy Centers are a ministry of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. They are supported by individuals in their communities who believe it is important for those in unplanned pregnancies to have access to accurate information on each of their pregnancy options, have access to quality health care and be treated with respect and compassion.


Hope Pregnancy Center Of Southern Oklahoma
Location: Ardmore, OK - 73401
Contact Phone: (580) 223-7232
Details:

The Hope Pregnancy Center of Southern Oklahoma provides information and support for women in southern Oklahoma with unplanned pregnancies. The information and support you'll find at Hope can assist you with getting through this trying time with happiness and health.

Call Hope Pregnancy Center of Southern Oklahoma to schedule your free pregnancy test, ultrasound and more.


Hope Pregnancy Center Okc North
Location: Oklahoma City, OK - 73120
Contact Phone: (405) 755-5433
Details:

The Hope Pregnancy Center OKC North offers you the support and information you need to deal with the confusion and insecurity causeed by an unplanned pregnancy. The people at this Oklahoma City pregnancy center want to do everything they can to make sure your pregnancy goes well for you and your new baby!

Come by to receive a free pregnancy test, ultrasound and more.


Hope Pregnancy Center Tulsa
Location: Tulsa, OK - 74134
Contact Phone: (918) 622-3325
Details:

The Hope Pregnancy Center Tulsa provides information and support for Tulsa women with unplanned pregnancies. The information and support found at Hope can help you get through this trying time happily and healthfully.

Call to schedule a free pregnancy test, ultrasound, counseling and more.


Hope Pregnancy Okc South
Location: Oklahoma City, OK - 73159
Contact Phone: (405) 688-8700
Details:

Don't get overwhelmed by your unplanned pregnancy. The Hope Pregnancy Center OKC South can give you the answers and support you need. Any woman on the south side of Oklahoma City can come to this great pregnancy center and receive a pregnancy test, counseling, ultrasound and more.

Call Hope today to schedule a time to come by for a visit.


Kiamichi Family Med Center
Location: Battiest, OK - 74722
Contact Phone: 580-241-5294
Details: Kiamichi Family Medical Center is known as a Community Health Center. We’re the first of its kind opened in Oklahoma in accord with an initiative created by President George W. Bush, who wanted to double the number of these centers nationwide while doubling the number of people served by them. Because of this status, we receive federal funding that allows us to serve patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
Remarks: Community Health Center, Administrative/Clinic