Serving the health needs of the uninsured and under-insured of Branch County.
Services provided: The clinic is staffed by volunteer physicians, nurses, pharmacists, mental health counselors, and volunteers, who provide treatment for: - basic non-emergency healthy care - pharmacy services, able to supply most medications - chronic health issues - laboratory tests and x-rays - mental health problems - limited visions and hearing referral - dental cleaning, assessment and limited referral - limited specialists referral How do you qualify? You must be a Branch County resident, 18-years of age or older; not be currently covered by health insurance, or be under-insured; have eligibility determined on an individual basis. What do you bring? Please bring proof of Branch County residence; Michigan Driver's License or picture ID. *If you filed previous year's Federal income tax return, you must bring a copy with you. If you did not file you must have: proof of current income (last pay stub, Social Security, unemployment, etc.); if covered by Medicaid, we need a letter from Human Services stating that you have a spend-down of greater than $300.
Mission: The Presbyterian Health Clinic of Branch County welcomes in the spirit of Christ all people of Branch County, who lack access to insurance coverage or resources for the purpose of providing treatment, health education or referral.
[07/01/20] For the first time in over 3 months, the free clinic will have a physician present and able to see patients. You will be screened at the door and must wear a mask and gloves/or use hand sanitizer in order to enter the building. Stay in your vehicle and we will come to you and give you further instructions. We will continue to see only existing patients for a couple more weeks. Thanks for everyone's patience and we'll see you at the clinic. You may bring your own mask or one will be provided.
Volunteers make the Clinic Special and make it move forward!
All our volunteers are Hero’s!
[05/27/20] Again the clinic will be open May 28, from 4-6 PM for established patients only, and only for medication refills. We are beginning to look toward reopening to full service in the future but need to work out several details first. We will keep everyone informed as we move forward.
[05/21/20] The clinic will be open May 21 from 4-6 PM to refill prescriptions for existing patients. We are unable to enroll new patients at this time.
Thank you to all the volunteers that make the Free Clinic a special place for people in need of medical care. Special thanks to Branch County United Way for their continued grant support to help people in our community.
A big thank you to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Service for their grant to our Clinic and the other 40 Free Clinics in Michigan. We are all part of a health safety net in conjunction with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Free Clinic Volunteers Rock. THANK YOU!
Be Safe wear a mask!
[05/06/20] The free clinic is again open, tomorrow, May 7, 2020 from 4-6 PM for medication refills only. We can not accept new patients at this time but hope to see you in the future. Also, this is "nurses' week" and I want to say a huge thanks to our volunteer nurses, especially to Beth, who has continued to be there every week though out this Corona pandemic. Be safe.
[04/29/20] The clinic will again be open April 30, 2020 from 4-6 PM for medication refills only. We cannot accept new patients at this time and have no physician present. Please stay in your vehicle and we will come to you. Thank you and stay safe!
[04/22/20] The Presbyterian Clinic remains open to fill prescriptions of existing patients, from 4-6 PM on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Please remain in your vehicle and we will come to you. We are unable to enroll new patients at this time. Thank you for your understanding.
[04/15/20] The Presbyterian Clinic is still open to fill your medication needs. We are only refilling or filling prescriptions for our existing patients. We will be at the clinic Thursday, April 16, 2020 from 4-6 PM. Pleases remain in your vehicle and we will come to you. Remember, except for necessary items, groceries and medications, you must remain home and safe.
The Presbyterian Clinic will again be open April 9, 2020 from 4-6 PM for medication refills only. You are to remain in your vehicle and we will come to you. We have no physician present and are unable to enroll any new patients at this time.
Thank you and stay safe.
A mask by any other name is still a mask! Wear your mask! There are no style points!
The Presbyterian Clinic will again be open April 2, 2020 for medication refills only. We will not have a physician present and cannot take any new patients at this time. Stay in your vehicle and we will come to you. Hours are 4 PM to 6 PM.
Stay Safe, Stay Home, Stay Heathy!
Keep your distance! Wash your paws!!!
[03/23/20] The clinic is still planning to be open March 26th from 4-6 PM for medication refills only. You are asked to stay in your vehicle and we will come to you. We will be working with minimal staff and no physician will be present. If you need to see a physician, you will have to make other arrangements. We are sorry for this inconvenience but you all know what is happening and we are doing our best to meet your needs. Thank you.
“Be Proactive” “Do not Panic” “Wash Your Hand”
To our Current Patients:
Because having access to your medications is essential, the Presbyterian Health Clinic will continue to operate on a limited basis. We will be at the Presbyterian Church from 4-6 PM, Thursday, as usual, but will only be able to fill medication requests. We will get you in and out with minimal contact with other patients and the medical staff. Please stay in your vehicle and we will come to you. If you have a respiratory illness or a fever, please send a family member or a friend to pick up your medication.
This is a fluid situation so may change from day to day or week to week. Please check on the Presbyterian Health Clinic Facebook site or WTVB for updates.
Thank you for your cooperation. Stay well!
Presbyterian Clinic Staff and Clinic Board
March 16, 2020
"Happy Holidays and a Healthy New Year!
The Clinic and Diaper Pantry will be closed December 26th and January 2nd. See you Thursday, January 9th. We open at 4:00 pm.
See you then. Merry Christmas............
Thank you to all our volunteers! May all of our patients have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
We are very thankful to our special community for all the support!
Great pictures of some of our Clinic Volunteers! Thanks to Cindy Johnson, Coldwater Reporter.
Happy 4th of July. Be safe! See you Thursday, July 11th.
Branch County continues to be a very caring and giving county! All these great organizations received grants from the Coldwater Car SwapMeet!
[06/12/19] The Presbyterian Health Clinic would like to thank the Coldwater Swap Meet and Car Show for their continued support of the Health Clinic and other community organizations. Thank you for your generous donation!
[05/06/19] This is National Nurses Week. A huge thank you to all our volunteer nurses. They are the best. We love you all!
[04/12/19] This is the week to thank and recognize our volunteers. We have the best bunch! They are reliable, smart and we could not function without them. Thanks to you all!
[04/10/19] Lots of new patients last week! Busy and just the way we like it! Makes the staff feel like we are helping others and making a difference. Come see up Thursday, 4 PM to 6:30 PM and "make our day."
[03/31/19] Happy doctors day! Thanks to the wonderful physicians who make the free clinic possible. Also to our midlevel providers. You all rock!
It is March and colds and coughs are going around. Be sure to frequently wash your hands, eat lots of fruits and vegetables and if you are feeling poorly, come and visit us at the free clinic on Thursdays, from 4-6:30. We can help you with your medications and have a doctor to assist with your help need. All our volunteers are friendly and helpful and I bet we can make you feel better! See you on Thursdays!
[02/06/19] I know it has been cold but better this week. Come see us if you need your medications or need to see the doctor. We are there, are you.
[12/20/18] The clinic will be closed December 27th to celebrate the holidays. Merry Christmas to all.
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