Clinic Details:The Luke Project 52 Clinic was founded to promote the health and well-being of the local population by providing accesible, high quality medical care for expectant mothers and infant under 12 months of age and to also provide a mobile asset to local congregations to help them reconnect with and begin to serve the communities they are in. The Luke Project 52 Clinic is committed to providing services that will exceed the expectations of our patients and their communities, resulting in effective Great Compassion and Great Commission ministry. All medical staff are trained professionals who are focussed on the needs of the mother and her baby. The Luke Project 52 Clinic services the needs of women in their neighborhoods, through partnerships with local churches and community organizations. The Luke Project 52 Clinic is a privately funded, Christian charity.
Details: Cass Clinic is a free clinic dedicated to fulfilling the healthcare needs of the underserved population in Detroit by providing community members with free, quality medical care and prescription medications. On Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings, Wayne State University School of Medicine student volunteers help provide these services alongside attending physician Dr. Costea. The Cass Student Health Clinic Program is an opportunity for WSU medical students to gain first-hand experience with patient care under the guidance of an attending physician, and is sponsored by the Aesculapians. The Cass Clinic is organized and operated by seven medical student coordinators each year. We also host Sight Savers, a student-run ophthalmology group that provides free eye exams, and Food Medicine, a student-run nutrition group.
Details: Family Medical Center of MI is dedicated to quality and excellence in providing integrated, comprehensive and cost effective medical and dental health care to all regardless of their ability to pay.
Details: The Downriver Community Clinic is part of the Wyandotte Clinic for the Working Uninsured Foundation and exists to provide free primary medical care to financially challenged uninsured and underinsured working adults through volunteer physicians and staff. The Clinic's goal is to keep our patients healthy and on the job. No one should be without access to care when they need it. We are here to help.
Details: My Community Dental Centers (MCDC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, established in 2006, dedicated to providing dental services to Medicaid enrollees and low-income, uninsured residents throughout the states we serve. It is our mission to improve the lives of our patients and enhance community health by setting the highest standard of oral health care. The care we provide is customized to meet the individual needs of each patient, offered in a patient-centered atmosphere with exceptional customer service. MCDC is committed to continuous, quality improvement with this “patient first” perspective. At MCDC, we are able to attract and retain exceptional dental practitioners that, combined with the latest in technological advancements, bring you superior dental care. This is especially important as good oral health increases your overall health, well-being, and self-confidence. MCDC administers a network of dental centers that serve over 100,000 individuals annually. Through MCDC’s MyDental Plan, funds are available to contribute to the cost of dental care on a sliding scale based on a patient’s income. This allows us to provide care to those with very low incomes, as well as services not covered by Medicaid. Our network of dental centers provides full-service dental care for both adults and children from regular checkups and cleanings to oral surgeries. At MCDC, it is all about the people. Together, we strive to provide each of our patients with pleasant and stress-free dental care at a cost they can afford. To learn more, call today to talk with one of our staff members. Whether you have questions about insurance options, dental care, or what to expect when you arrive, we are always happy to help.
Details: Wayne County Healthy Communities (WCHC), a non-profit organization, was awarded Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status in 2012. WCHC provides health services to community members regardless of their ability to pay. With clinic locations in Wayne and Hamtramck, WCHC’s mission is to provide patients with a "one-stop shop" access to healthcare services including primary care, dental care, mental health, womens' health, and pediatric care. WCHC’s commitment to the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of delivering care ensures that patients receive the care and services they need from the medical neighborhood, in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner, and that quality-improvement processes are used to continually improve patient outcomes. In 2017, we were proud to be awarded PCMH status and to be accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare (AAAHC).
Details: Western Wayne Family Health Centers is your medical home. We provide high quality, affordable care to all - whether or not you have health insurance, no matter how old you are or where you live. Our primary care, OB/GYN, dental, behavioral health services, treatment for substance use disorders, as well as immunizations, school & sports physicals, health education and prevention programs are open to everyone. We are a FTCA deemed facility.
Details: The School-Based and Community Health Program (SBCHP) is one of the many ways Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) supports the community surrounding Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Based on the belief that both physical and mental health are essential for a student’s success, SBCHP has operated school health centers in Wayne County (Detroit and Highland Park) and Macomb County (Warren and Mt. Clemens) since 1995. HFHS has earned the reputation as a national leader in school-based healthcare delivery, and actively works to advance state and federal legislation for school-based and school-linked health centers. Our sites serve young people in schools where they spend most of their waking hours and where they are open to learning. At the school-based health centers, young people ages 4-21 have easy access to primary care and behavioral health services, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.