University of Kentucky Salvation Army Clinic - Lexington Free Clinic
736 West Main Street
Lexington KY, 40509
Contact Phone:(859) 488-1223
Clinic Details:The UKSAC is a free clinic run by medical students from the University of Kentucky. Our mission is to assume a leadership role in improving the health and well-being of the uninsured adult population in Lexington by providing free medical services and increasing awareness of local health care resources.
Details: The Nathaniel Mission's commitment to health and wellness initiatives drives us to invest a great amount of resources in order to meet the needs of our neighbors. A wide variety of clinics and classes are offered to alleviate issues of health in our communities.
Details: The Mission Lexington Free Dental Clinic began in June of 2006 and the Mission Lexington Free Medical Clinic was launched in December of 2008. Faith Pharmacy was founded in 1999 joined Mission Lexington in 2015. The Mission Lexington Free Vision Clinic began dispensing free prescription eyeglasses with examinations in 2017. When Mission Lexington began, 13% of the population in Fayette County was not covered by health insurance. Over 33,000 people lived without access to affordable health care. Each year for the past 11 years Mission Lexington has almost doubled the amount of patient visits it has been able to provide to Lexington's most vulnerable residents. Behind every statistic there is a moving story, like George, who lost his job because of the condition of his teeth, but was able to get his job back because of the restorative work of the Mission Lexington Dental Clinic. Your support is vital to the success of Mission Lexington. All clinics are currently seeking compassionate patient-care and clerical professionals who want to volunteer.
Details: The Mission provides free medical care through our health clinic, which is open to Fayette County residents without health insurance. It is staffed by a nurse practitioner as well as volunteer nurses and medical professionals.
Details: Typically, homeless individuals do not have access to regular health care. That means two things: they develop health problems that become compounded by years of neglect, and their health problems help keep them homeless. HealthFirst Bluegrass medical staff treats clients at the Hyde Hope Health Clinic and also has a full-time nurse practitioner who treats clients at the Women’s Recovery Center. Health Clinic nurses treat clients and also educate them on health care issues thereby helping to prevent other health problems in the future. The Dr. Gordon Hyde Hope Health Clinic is newly renovated and now offers dental appointments onsite as well. All treatment is provided by HealthFirst of the Bluegrass. The Hope Center also has a close partnership with the Fayette County Health Department and University of Kentucky Healthcare.