McLaren Central Michigan Free Clinic provides no-cost primary care to low-income, uninsured residents of Isabella County. The clinic is staffed by qualified medical professionals who volunteer their time to serve our community. It is open one night per week and offers basic medical care. Assistance is also available for lab and x-ray tests, and medications prescribed at the clinic. Non-clinical volunteers assist with operations, on clinic night, and with follow-up throughout the week.
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McLaren Central Michigan Free Clinic is located in space donated by the Central Michigan District Health Department at:
2012 E. Preston
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Thursday evenings at 5:00 p.m.
Sign-in required between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m.
It is requested that patients not enter the building before 5:00 p.m.
There are no appointments. Patients are seen on a first come, first served basis and accepted until patient capacity is reached (based on number of volunteers).
For more information, call the Free Clinic at (989) 953-5333.
Who is eligible for services?
- Residents who live in Isabella County at least 7 months out of the year.
Patients will be asked to provide proof of Isabella County residency (driver's license or state-issued ID card) at time of registration. If an individual cannot provide proof of residency at time of registration, services will not be provided.
- Low- or no-income residents who do not have and do not qualify for health insurance
- Those who cannot afford medical care, whose income is at or below 225% of the Federal Poverty Guideline
Please note: Each patient's financial status is reviewed. Patients may be asked to verify their income at a later date. If individuals cannot verify their income at that time, they can no longer receive services at the Free Clinic.
Who is not eligible for services?
- Patients who live outside Isabella County
- Those who are currently covered by commercial insurance or eligible for government health plans including county health plans, Medicaid, Medicare, or MIChild
- Those who qualify for government health plans
- Those with work-related injuries involving workers' compensation
- Patients who refuse to provide proof of income upon the Clinic's request
** To prevent duplication of services in Isabella County, McLaren Central Michigan Free Clinic does not perform or provide the following: dental or vision care; sexually transmitted disease counseling; HIV testing or counseling; birth control services; pregnancy testing; pre or postnatal care; drug testing; routine immunizations; TB skin testing; hearing aids; controlled drugs/narcotics; substance abuse services; and second opinions. While the Clinic does not provide these services, staff is available to suggest possible alternatives.
If you are interested in volunteering at the Free Clinic, please contact Nancy King, RN, Free Clinic Manager at (989) 772-6756, firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a Free Clinic Volunteer Application online now.
If you would like to donate to the Free Clinic, please contact Cindy Hales, McLaren Central Michigan Vice President of Resource Development at (989) 772-6826.
To protect the privacy of our patients, individuals who wish to volunteer at the Free Clinic MUST submit the appropriate Free Clinic Volunteer Application and agree to a background check.
Potential volunteers who arrive at the Clinic on clinic night without first going through the Free Clinic Volunteer application process will not be allowed to volunteer that evening.