Mission House Clinic Patient Services
OUR MISSION: To provide free high quality primary and speciality care to uninsured and underserved residents of Duval County through our compassionate and dedicated volunteer medical team and the WE CARE network.
Diagnosis and treatment of illness
Management of chronic illnesses such as asthma, diabetes, and high blood pressure
Referrals to limited specialist services through We Care Jacksonville
- Limited medications through Patient Assistance Programs
services not available:
Your First Visit
To be qualified for the Mission House Primary Care Clinic, you must have NO insurance, and CANNOT participate at any other Free Clinics and must be Duval County residents or homeless, have a monthly income below $1,915/individual or 200% poverty level, and be at least 18 years of age.
For your FIRST VISIT, New Patients must first call or fill out our Appointment Request Form to make a Financial Eligibility Appointment. Please complete our New Patient Form prior to going to your Financial Eligibility Appointment. You will then meet with Clinic Staff who will create your medical records. Your first Clinical Appointment will be made at your Financial Eligibility Appointment.
What to Bring: A Current Photo ID, proof of residency, and proof of income. If you do not have a proof of income or proof of residency, you must bring a notarized Letter of Support (please click here for a copy of the Letter of Support). You must also bring a completed New Patient Form (please click here for a copy of the New Patient Form).
Non-English Speaking patients MUST bring an interpreter to their clinic appointments. Patients without an interpreter will NOT be seen in clinic.
Specialty Referrals can take several weeks to be scheduled. Please have patience with this process. Mission House Clinic will notify you as soon as your appointment is scheduled.
Mission House Clinic has limited medications available for dispensing. Due to our large increase in patients, we CANNOT provide free medication to everyone, every time. Many medications can be obtained for free from the manufacturer. Please ask your provider for more information.
Mission House Clinic does not prescribe controlled substances and is unable to treat patients using controlled substances prescribed by another medical provider.
Emergency Room Visits
Mission House Clinic patients are required to notify the Clinic Staff PRIOR to any urgent care, Emergency Room, or hospital visits. If the Clinic is closed, please leave a message with the date and facility the patient received treatment.