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Hours7:30AM-7:30PM M-Th8AM-5PM F8AM-3PM SaturdayServicesPrimary Care Family Medicine (primary care for all genders and all ages) Womens Care Certified Nurse Midwife (pre- and post- childbirth care) & see clinic details
Sliding scale services if eligible. Not a free clinic.HoursMonday 12:00pm - 5:00pmTuesday 8:00am - 5:00pmWednesday 8:00am - 5:00pmThursday 8:00am - 5:00pmFriday 8:00am - 5:00pmOur medical services are available to people of all ages, income levels, and occupations.Services are provided by experience see clinic details
Location: 5 miles from RichfieldMinneapolis, MN - 55407
Location: St. Paul's Lutheran ChurchHours: Monday & Thursdays 6:00pm - 9:00pm (except holidays).The Phillips Neighborhood Clinic (PNC) is a free clinic operated by University of Minnesota health professional students. All students are supervised by licensed clinicians.No appointments or insuranc see clinic details
Location: 11 miles from RichfieldRobbinsdale, MN - 55422
Sliding Fee Scale Clinic for ages: 12 years old to 25 years old. Services: Family planning, STI testing, counseling and support for pregnant and parenting adolescents see clinic details
Location: 7 miles from RichfieldMinneapolis, MN - 55404
Whole Woman's Health of The Twin Cities is now carrying on the work of Midwest Health Center for Women and Meadowbrook Women's Clinic via one location in Minneapolis. We are a patient-centered women's healthcare practice, where the focus is on the whole woman ' her mind, her heart, and her body. W see clinic details
Location: 6 miles from RichfieldMinneapolis, MN - 55404
Clinics are in 11 Minneapolis shelters/drop-in centers.Hours: Mon-Fri at varying sites - call for locations and hours. No insurance or appointments required to receive care.Clinic sites: Adult Opportunity Center, Harbor Light, Harriet Tubman, Higher Ground, Mary's Place, People Serving People, see clinic details
Location: 9 miles from RichfieldMinneapolis, MN - 55413
We offer a full spectrum of primary health care services, including disease screening and prevention, and treatment for chronic health conditions for all ages. To make an appointment, please call 612-588-9411This Health Center is based on Sliding scale fees which are variable prices for products, se see clinic details
Location: 7 miles from RichfieldMinneapolis, MN - 55405
Programs Offered: Community Health and Healthcare For The HomelessServices Available: Dental Services and Social Services see clinic details
As an enhancement to our free medical clinic listings we now provide sliding scale treatment clinics. Sliding fee scale are variable prices for services due to customers ability to pay. Medical and dental fees are reduced due to many factors. That is why you need to call the clinic directly on these sliding fee scale clinics.
We also provide income based clinics. These clinics are HRSA Health Centers. You pay what you can afford based on your income.
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