We do our best to serve each person in need of our care. Please review the following information carefully to ensure you qualify to receive care and that we can help you quickly and efficiently.
Who We Treat
The medical clinic at Hearts That Care treats anyone who is 18 or older living in Southwest Oklahoma, the North Texas areas or other areas without a free clinic. Patients must be uninsured, been denied SoonerCare/Medicaid and earn at or less than 200 percent of Federal Poverty Level. Click here or go to the “Request Appointment” page for information on how to find out if you are eligible for SoonerCare/Medicaid or to get a denial letter.
The dental clinic at Hearts That Care has the same guidelines with one exception for those with medical-only insurance. Those who meet the medical guidelines above must make an appointment at the medical clinic first. The doctor will refer them to the dental clinic. Those with medical-only insurance, can make an appointment with the dental clinic. Note: those with medical-only insurance do not need a Soonercare denial letter.
If you live in a nearby town that does have a free clinic, please seek help there. To find out if there is a free clinic near you, visit the Oklahoma Charitable Clinic Association.
What To Do
Our medical clinic is open the first and third Thursday each month from 5 to 8:30 p.m. or until the last patient leaves. We ask new patients to call 580-354-9007 or leave a message via this website to request an appointment. We have limited ability to do walk-ins.
Patients visiting our dental clinic for the first time – either referred from the doctor at the Hearts That Care medical clinic or if made a direct appointment because they have medical-only insurance – will visit the clinic twice in one week, arriving at 5 p.m. each day. Patients will be screened and have dental X-rays during their first visit on the Tuesday falling in the same week as the second Thursday, when they have dental extractions, if needed.
What to Bring
- Current photo id (government issued)
- 2021 tax return: If you do not file taxes, will need to bring a letter from the IRS verifying you did not file taxes. Will need the tax return or the IRS letter so we can order your medication. Call the IRS at 800-908-9946.
- If you receive Social Security Income (SSI): bring your Social Security Income (SSI) award letter.
- Medications in their bottles or a list of your medications with required dosage.
- Medicaid Denial Letter (call 580-585-6746 to apply)
- $5 Donation (not required, but appreciated)