Opening Friday, Sept 29 2023 to provide healthcare services to those with limited financial resources & no insurance.
Hours are limited. Appointments are recommended and can be made below or by calling 623-234-2999
We are located in the Compassion Building of Vineyard Church North Phoenix at 63 Ave and Peoria Ave in Glendale, a short drive from anywhere in Phoenix and Peoria.
A free medical clinic is a healthcare facility that provides medical services to individuals who are uninsured, underinsured, or unable to afford traditional healthcare services. These clinics offer medical care at no cost, or low cost, to the patient.
Vineyard Medical Clinic serves individuals with limited financial resources and no health insurance. Eligibility criteria will prioritize those who meet income guidelines or are experiencing financial hardship. If you are having trouble accessing healthcare services we are here to help.
VMC offers a range of basic healthcare services, including primary care, preventive care, chronic disease management, and some diagnostic testing.
In most cases, the core medical services provided are free of charge. However, there may be nominal fees for certain specialized services, medications, or lab tests. These fees are typically much lower than what you might pay at a private clinic or hospital, and you will always be notified if a service has an associated cost.
Clinic hours are limited and therefore appointments are recommended. You can schedule an appointment online or by phone.
You may be asked to provide proof of income, identification, and any relevant medical records when visiting the clinic for the first time. You can call the clinic to verify what to bring ahead of time.
VMC, like many other free clinics, relies on volunteer healthcare professionals. However, VMC volunteers are dedicated and experienced healthcare providers who provide high-quality care.
Yes, VMC offers ongoing primary care and chronic disease management for eligible patients. We will also help patients access specialty care through partnerships with local healthcare providers, if needed.
VMC, like other free clinics, is funded through a combination of grants, donations, fundraising efforts, and volunteer support. We have also strategically partnered with other charitable organizations for ongoing support.
If you would like to financially support the clinic, the easiest way is to donate through our online giving platform and selecting “VCC Medical Clinic” as the fund designation.
Yes, we rely on volunteers for both medical and non-medical roles. You can find out more information about volunteering opportunities by contacting Nancy Ashby at [email protected].
Absolutely! Donations are a crucial source of funding for the clinic.
The easiest way is to donate through our online giving platform and selecting “VCC Medical Clinic” as the fund designation.
Contact Chandra Fritz in the church office at 623.934.4000 or [email protected] with questions about other ways to donate to the Medical Clinic.
As followers of Jesus we’re called to make our neighborhoods better places to live, especially caring for the least and most vulnerable.
We serve people with limited financial resources and no health insurance. If you are having trouble accessing healthcare services we are here to help.
Great! We rely on volunteers for both medical and non-medical roles and would love to chat.
Contact Nancy Ashby at [email protected] to start a conversation about how you can get involved.
If you want to donate funds directly to our work, give online and select “VCC Medical Clinic” as the fund designation.