Location: Kansas City, MO - 64134 | 1.5 miles away
Contact Phone: 816-763-1666
Remarks: HOURS OF OPERATION: Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. By appointment only
Details: Mercy Health Free Clinic (MHFC) operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the provision of free health care to residents of the Greater Kansas City, Missouri area who are uninsured, or lack appropriate alternatives to preventive care. MHFC is a project of the Muslim American Society-Kansas City (MAS-KC). Established in 2009, MHFC is entirely staffed by volunteer physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrative personnel. As a member of the National Association of Free Clinics (NAFC), MHFC strives to deliver quality health care in accordance with national benchmarks and through the utilization of support and resources provided by NAFC.
Details: The Women's Clinic of Kansas City opened February 16, 2004 as a non-profit medical clinic serving Jackson County and the entire greater Kansas City area at 815 N. Noland Road in Independence, Missouri. In August 2011, TWC opened it's second location at 11904 Blue Ridge Blvd in Grandview, Missouri. The mission of TWC is to care for the well-being and education of women, particularly as it relates to women with a potentially difficult pregnancy. Through medical, educational and support services TWC provides loving and compassionate care for the complete person in confidence and free of charge. The Women's Clinic is run by a board of directors and a medical advisory board that provide leadership and supervision of the mission. In addition, a staff and volunteer base of over 80 men and women help to carry out the day to day operations of the clinic.
Remarks: Colposcopy appointments on Thursday morning only.Fridays are pill pickup and pregnancy tests only, no appointments.
Services: Abortion Referrels, Birth Control,HIV Testing,Men's Health Care,Morning after pill(Emergency contraception), Pregnancy Testing & services, STD Testing and treatment and Vaccines, Woman's Health Care.
Remarks: By appointment only; Primary Care: Sat-Sun 10am-2pm; eClinic (only $10): Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30pm; Dermatology: Once a month on Sat. 10am-1pm; Psychiatry: Once a month on Sat. 10am-2pm. All our office visits are for a flat fee of $15
Details: The Medina Clinic, founded in 2009, is a 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to providing low cost outpatient medical care as a community service to the residents of Jackson county, Missouri, and surrounding areas. We see patients for consultations regarding a range of medical conditions. By offering basic outpatient services at a discounted flat fee, access to a primary care provider for consultation services and prescriptions are available to the public-at-large, particularly for those lacking health insurance coverage.
Location: Kansas City, MO - 64131-4731 | 4.4 miles away
Contact Phone: 816-922-7661
Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless
Details: Swope Health Services, formerly Swope Parkway Health Center, seeks to help develop self-empowered, healthy people in healthy communities by providing primary health care, outreach and behavioral health services throughout the greater Kansas City area. Annually more than 55,000 patients are served through eight clinic and residential treatment locations. More than 90 percent of patients live below the poverty level.
Remarks: Sliding scale fee; To set up an appointment: Call us: 816-356-4325
Details: Mercy & Truth Medical Missions began in 1995. During a medical missions outreach Cathy Gordon and Heather Jones felt called to begin a medical missions organization in Kansas City. The idea of going out into the world demonstrating God’s love for people, reaching out and serving the poorest of the poor through the delivery of health care seemed unreachable. With prayer and guidance, this vision developed into a reality and Mercy & Truth Medical Missions was born. It is our mission to provide healthcare to the underserved and uninsured of our community and world through Christian Service. It is our mission to see that everyone in need of healthcare receives the treatment he or she is entitled to regardless of age, race, belief, ethnicity, income level or insurance status.