The Free Clinic of Our Towns provides high-quality medical services at no cost to uninsured and under-insured patients in North Mecklenburg and South Iredell counties.
Primary care and specialty care is available to all ages for both acute and chronic problems. The Clinic offers an array of services, including nurse assessments, lab work, medication management, preventive care, patient education, and referrals for diagnostic testing or specialty care that we cannot provide onsite.
Our clinic is limited in the types of prescriptions it can provide; we strive to achieve a positive experience and outcome for each and every client.
Referrals are made between our different health services to ensure that patients receive comprehensive care to address a variety of health-related issues. Patients are also referred to other services within the Ada Jenkins Center and to other community partners. While medical care is the primary goal of the clinic, it is integrated with other social services.
We serve individuals in North Mecklenburg and South Iredell Counties. These areas include Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Mooresville, Troutman, and Mt. Mourne. To register as a patient, please bring a valid form of ID and proof of address (such as mail from a utilities company). The clinic provides medical care to individuals of all ages, but patients must not have insurance.
The Free Clinic of Our Towns is a FREE service. Donations are greatly appreciated.
Our Clinic is open to patients every Thursday evening except on holidays and during inclement weather. Special clinics are also offered on other days of the week, but appointments are necessary. If you have any questions about whether the clinic will be open, please call (704) 896-0471.
No appointment is necessary for Thursday clinics. Patients may begin signing in at 4:00pm to see a doctor. Patients may go through triage so that the sickest patients are seen first. Doctors usually see patients beginning at 6:00pm.For more information, contact Clinic Director Bri Niggel, PhD, at (704) 896-0471 x 116.
Dr. Peter Enyeart
Dr. Stephanie Sittler
Volunteers make these services possible. Dozens of local residents are actively engaged as medical clinic volunteers, including primary care physicians, medical specialists, mid-level practitioners, nurses, phlebotomists, translators, and administrators. Davidson College students play a critical role in clinic operations. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Bri Niggel at (704) 896-0471 x 116.
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