Payment Method:Financial Assistance Program on a Sliding Income Scale Basis; Aetna; Amerigroup Iowa; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Iowa; Cigna - Under Midlands Choice Network; CompResults - Workers' compensation only; Corvel - Workers' compensation only;mGovernment Employee Hospital Association (GEHA) through UnitedHealthcare; Great Plaines Medicare Advantage; Heartland Plains Health - Medicare Advantage plan for residents of Douglas and Lancaster counties; Care for Yourself - Iowa Department of Public Health women's health program; Medica CHI Health & Medica Insure - Under Midlands Choice Network; Medicare, Medicare Railroad; MHNet - Behavioral Health; Midlands Choice Network; OHARA - Workers' compensation only; PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for Elderly); Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)/Multiplan; Tricare - Healthnet Federal Services; UnitedHealthcare; Wellmark (Iowa)
Details: Our mission has been to nurture and enhance the quality of life for residents of Adams and Taylor counties. It is our ongoing commitment to keep you and your family in good health. We are proud to offer a community of services for a lifetime of care. Whether it's providing emergency care to a child who has broken her leg, detecting a disease early enough to save a patient's life, or restoring a senior citizen's mobility and independence after an injury or fall, CHI Health Mercy Corning provides comprehensive care in familiar surroundings. Our physicians and mid-level practitioners work with a full complement of advanced technology to bring quality care to you. Our medical staff offers a wide range of medical specialities, from primary care to oncology. In fact, no matter what the hour, our hospital and staff provides comprehensive patient care. We offer 24-hour emergency care and ancillary services support. Plus, CHI Health Mercy Corning continues to expand its services offering new programs to meet our patients needs such as home healthcare, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and wound care.
Details: Christ the King Parish has joined with Free Clinics of Iowa and Mercy Clinics to offer free medical care to the community! Our free clinic was created using a network of dedicated, talented medical professionals, who volunteer their time to serve those who are unable to attain and maintain quality, affordable health care. Our hope is to provide essential minimal health assistance to children and families in need.
Details: Right here, in your own communities, you will find compassionate and skilled professionals trained to provide preventive medicine, ongoing treatment and complex surgeries dedicated to improve your health and comfort. Myrtue Medical Center operates medical clinics in five locations for your convenience: Harlan, Earling, Elk Horn, Avoca and Shelby. No matter which clinic you visit, the medical providers will have access to your medical records which enables them to give you the best of care in a timely manner.
Details: The Free Clinic is a non-profit outreach that serves the health needs of the uninsured and under insured in the community. Their mission is to show Jesus’ love as they provide free health services to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual health and healing.
Details: Get walk-in, convenient care for patients of all ages at MercyCare South Urgent Care with no appointment required. With eArrival, choose your arrival time online for your visit, and save wait time at the clinic. Urgent Care treats colds, coughs, or the flu, minor burns, muscle sprains, sore throats, and more.
Details: Jim Ellefson ran a pharmacy for many years at 1607 E. 33rd St. in Des Moines. Following his death in 2001, his wife, Judy, donated the building to the Free Medical Clinic which had been operating out of Evangelical Covenant Church at 2625 Hubbell Ave. Jim and Judy Ellefson had helped support the clinic since its inception in January 1997 by donating prescription drugs. Dr. Nick Palmer was the founder of the clinic and one of the many doctors volunteering at the clinic. He had been forced to give up his family practice due to declining health from Crohn’s disease. But Dr. Palmer saw a new opportunity through the free clinic to fulfill his dream of caring for others. The donated 80-year-old, 1400 square foot building was renovated by volunteers and opened for business in October 2001. The opening of our new “free-standing” clinic made the operation and access to the clinic much easier for everyone. We no longer had to pull everything out and set up every time. It allowed us to expand the medications dispensed to patients. We also added a “surgery room” that allowed the doctors to perform small office surgeries. One of the possible developments from Crohn’s disease is cancer, which took the life of Dr. Palmer in September 2009. His passing was a great loss to the east side and to those with no other options for medical care. Dr. Palmer’s wife, Val, has continued to operate the clinic to carry on Dr. Palmer’s vision. All of our volunteers are unpaid, and many have volunteered since we began…nothing feels as good as giving!