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Christian Care Center - The Community Medical Care Center

The Community Medical Care Center provides medical and dental services to low-income patients. The patient must earn less than 150 percent of federal poverty guidelines. They must be able to show documents for proof. Once the patient qualifies, their care is free. There are doctors from many different specialty fields volunteer at the clinic. The clinic operates with a substantial wait time, given the demand for services versus the supply available. If you have a medical emergency, contact 911 or see a primary care doctor.

In addition to primary care, the clinic also provides:

  • Chronic disease education and care
  • Referrals for free diagnostic tests
  • Referrals for surgical procedures in some cases

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Heart of Florida Health Center

Heart of Florida Health Center provides healthcare to all in Marion County. They offer a range of preventative and primary services. Help with medications is also available. The minimum charge for a visit is between $15 and $50. All charges for services are discounted on a sliding fee scale. This is based on your household income based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

  • Acute/Urgent Care
  • Adult Primary Care
  • Assistance with medications utilizing programs offered through pharmaceutical companies
  • Family Planning
  • Lab Work
  • Pediatric Dental
  • Pediatric Primary Care
  • School and Sports Physicals

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Interfaith Emergency Services - Emergency Assistance

Interfaith Emergency Services provides Emergency Assistance. They help those that are in need. They will interview you to determine how they can help you. Proper identification is required for those going to Interfaith for help. Emergency funds are given to clients in need of medication and a variety of other services. The payment will be made directly to the provider. Call for more information.

Medicare

Medicare is a Health Insurance Program for people age 65 or older. Some disabled people under age 65 and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease may also apply.

The Medicare website contains

  • how to apply for benefits
  • how to sign up for a drug plan
  • information about Medicare plans
  • information on finding a doctor

Medicine Assistance Tool

PPA helps people find programs to help pay for medications. More than 2500 brand name and generic drugs are covered. Many of them are free or low-cost. Finding out if you qualify is quick and easy. The call center accepts calls in about 150 languages. Please call for more information.

Toll Free: 1.888.477.2669