Vineyard Free Medical Clinic - Sunbury Free Clinic

  • 1001 W. Cherry St
  • Sunbury OH, 43074
  • Contact Phone: (740) 965-8888
  • Clinic Details: Vineyard’s Free Medical Clinic meets the first and third Mondays of each month at 5pm. We provide a caring atmosphere for basic medical needs. We are staffed with medical professionals including doctors and nurses. We also have a Women's Clinic available by appointment the third Monday of every other month. Limited appointments are available. The above services are for those who have Medicaid and the uninsured within the 200% of the poverty level.

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  • Services: Basic Medical Care, Women’s Clinic
  • Remarks: Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round
  • Payment Method: Free
  • Operation Hours: 1st, 3rd Mon: 5:00pm

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