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Baptist Mission Center

2125 Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405) 235-6162

Clinic hours:
1st Tuesday of each month: 5:30PM-8:30/9PM
2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month, 9:00AM-12 noon

Clinic Director:
Brother Marcus

Clinic Contact:
** Betty DeWalt
(405) 823-8832

Student Liaison Information:
Virginia Busby and Rachel Davis

The Baptist Mission Center Clinic serves the population of the Stockyard City area in south OKC. The clinic meets a few times a month, and offers primary care services to an underserved population. The clinic is usually staffed with 1-3 doctors, a pharmacist, nurse, and multiple volunteers. Student volunteer roles mostly focus on shadowing and assisting the physicians, making it an ideal fit for MS1's & MS2's wanting to gain more clinical experience. Both the physicians and patients are absolutely incredible, and can offer a unique perspective on caring for underserved populations. There is also a clothes closet, food pantry, and men's shelter affiliated with the clinic, offering a wide variety of potential community volunteering opportunities.

If you are interested, please fill out the following interest form: link.

Cross and Crown Mission

1008 N McKinley
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Clinic Director:
Vera Parrish

Student Liaison Information:
Adam Cordum - 

Cross and Crown is a small clinic. There is only room for one student at a time. There is only one doctor who volunteers here. The clinic is associated with a church so they do pray with their patients. There is also a high Spanish speaking population. If you know Spanish it would be a bonus but there are usually translators available. They see a lot of diabetes patients and see most on a regular basis. Cross and Crown serves the homeless and uninsured population, but no Medicare/Medicaid. They do offer lab services such as cholesterol, HgA1c, FSBS, BMP, CBC, TSH; preventative health education on diabetes; optometry services; and referrals to other outreach programs like Red Rock. The clinic has only been open for 5 years so it is relatively new. Call during clinic hours. 

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Crossing's Community Clinic

10255 N Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Clinic Hours:
Hours vary, but volunteer opportunities are typically three-hour shifts, Monday-Friday, 9-12 and/or 1:30-4:30, except Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Occasional evening opportunities.

Director of Clinic Operations:
Kimberli Corcoran, RN

Volunteer Coordinator:
Monica Szymanski

Student Liaison Information:
Clark Higganbotham

Crossings Clinic is a Christ-centered ministry of Crossings Community Church. The Clinic’s mission is to humbly proclaim the message of Jesus Christ by serving the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of uninsured adults. The Clinic is an amazing place to volunteer and grow, both in one’s medical knowledge and in one’s Christian faith. The facilities are very nice and include several exam rooms and an on-site lab.  The offered scope of services includes medical, eye, dental, behavioral health, prescription assistance (through a partnership with RX Oklahoma) and education. The clinic’s volunteer physicians specialize in a variety of fields including family medicine, women’s health, cardiology, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, and pain management. Provider volunteers and staff consider clinic assistant volunteers as a vital part of the team.  Patients are seen free of charge and on an appointment basis.

Please visit their website for more information and to fill out the Volunteer Interest Form:

Good Shepherd Clinic

222 NW 12th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Clinic Hours:
Monday- Med only
5:00-8:00 PM
Tuesday- Med/PA
5:00-8:00 PM

Clinic Director:

Student Liaison Information:
Lily Nguyen and Carlie Pearson

Good Shepherd is a free clinic located just west of the Health Sciences Center and just north of downtown Oklahoma City. It is associated with the First Baptist Church of Oklahoma City. The clinic is open every Monday and Tuesday from 5:00pm-8:00pm. The clinic sees a patient population which is mostly uninsured and indigent. Each patient the clinic sees must first go through an interview process. The patients seen at Good Shepherd are both established and new patients. The clinic also houses a dental clinic and a pharmacy. Every 4th Tuesday is sponsored by CMDA who provides the physician coverage for that evening. Many opportunities for involvement exist for interested students. The physicians at Good Shepherd love having students come to work with them and the clinic is trying to begin an educational program students can become involved with. 

Please email one of the clinic liaisons to be added to the email list. 

Healing Hearts Health Clinic

312 S Midwest Blvd
Midwest City, OK 73110

Clinic Hours:
1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursday of each month
6:00-9:00 PM

Clinic Director:
Denise Ditto

Student Liaison Information:
Kate Taylor

Healing Hearts is a free clinic in Midwest City on S Midwest Blvd, south of E Reno Ave. The clinic is supported by 6 local churches, with Country Estates Baptist Church as the primary sponsor. Its mission is to help meet the community's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through Jesus Christ. Clinic is open on the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursdays of each month from 6:00pm - 9:00pm or later. Patients are seen by appointment, generally for chronic conditions, and are not asked any questions regarding income or insurance. The clinic includes a lab and pharmacy on site. Currently, the clinic director requests one student per night of clinic, and professional clinic dress is preferred. While Healing Hearts is a good place to practice your Clinical Medicine skills, Christian counseling and prayer are often also integral parts of patient encounters, so students are welcome to learn from and participate in this additional aspect of care if interested.

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King's Klinic

Clinic Hours:
2nd and 4th Monday of every month - Student Clinic
3:00-6:30 PM

2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month
3:00-6:30 PM

Clinic Director:
Sue Woolum, RN

Additional Contact Information:
David Johnson

Student Liaison Information:
Thomas Owens and Justin Cline

King's Klinic is a free clinic located just northeast of the corner of Britton and Western. It is associated with Britton Christian Church. The patient population seen by the clinic is uninsured, unemployed, and homeless. Most patients seen are established patients at the clinic, but several new patients are seen each week as well. The clinic can accommodate 4 first/second year students per day and a variable number (2-4 usually) of third/fourth year students per day. Many opportunities exist for interested students. The physicians that staff the clinic enjoy having students join them and love to teach. 
Dress code is clean casual to business casual.
The clinic is open the 2nd and 4th Monday and Tuesday of every month from 3:00pm-6:30pm.  Sometimes due to holidays clinic does not fall exactly on the 2nd and 4th Mon/Tue of the month.  The clinic website: is usually updated with the correct clinic dates.

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Lighthouse Medical Clinic

2801 S. Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Clinic Hours:
1st, 3rd, 4th Tuesdays:
4:00-8:00 PM
2nd Tuesday:
4:00-8:00 PM
5th Tuesday:
No Clinic
Saturday Pediatric Clinic:
8:30-10:30 AM

Clinic Director:
Beverly North

Student Liaison Information:
Stephen Pilkington

Lighthouse Medical Clinic is located on the Southwest corner of SE 27th and Robinson and offers free medical care to the uninsured and underprivileged. As one of the few clinics in South OKC, Lighthouse serves a large patient population that is predominantly Hispanic. Lighthouse is supported by the Memorial Rd. Church of Christ and a group of dedicated physicians and staff. The learning opportunities are rapidly expanding with an increase in the scope of care being offered. In 2012, Lighthouse was awarded a grant to maximize care for diabetic patients by emphasizing patient education and behavioral modification in addition to medical treatments. In early 2014, Lighthouse began offering a weekend Pediatric Clinic on Saturday mornings so our families may have an opportunity to avoid the cost of an urgent care or emergency department. An optometrist, physical therapist, and alternative medicine practitioner of Healing Touch typically offer their services once a month as well. These services augment the primary medical care provided by a core of general practice physicians, pharmacists, and medical technologists. In addition, a few specialists volunteer regularly, including a gastroenterologist. Spanish speaking volunteers would be greatly appreciated along with volunteers to take brief histories and vitals. 

Due to space, Lighthouse unfortunately must limit the number of student volunteers each night to four. Saturday Peds Clinic is limited to two volunteers. Be sure to wait until you have your class or clinical schedule before signing up to avoid cancellations. Bring your stethoscope and a pen to clinic, but you do not need to wear your white coat. Feel free to contact the student liaison if you have any questions!

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Little Flower Clinic

1125 S Walker
Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Clinic Hours:
4:00-6:00 PM

Clinic Director:
Rose Martinez, RN

Student Liaison Information:
Sylvia Hayes
Steph Schatzman -  

The Little Flower Clinic is located just south of downtown Oklahoma City and serves a focused group of patients. Nearly all of the patients at the clinic are
Hispanic, and eighty percent speak Spanish only. The Little Flower Clinic is managed through the Little Flower Church located adjacent to the clinic and serves about 15 patients a week. The greatest need at the clinic is for individuals to take the histories of the patients. This help would allow the doctor to be able to see all of the patients that come. Limited interpreters are available, but volunteers who speak Spanish are requested, as that will make the interviewing faster and more precise. Other possible duties include taking vital signs, performing part or all of a physical exam, and dispensing medication. If this is your first time volunteering with the clinic, please email the clinic liaisons before coming. Please sign up via the clinic calendar. Because the Little Flower Clinic is small, there is a maximum of four students each Wednesday.

Dress code: casual, but appropriate attire for seeing patients (no white coat necessary).

Email one of the clinic liaisons to be added to the volunteer list. 

Manos Juntas

1320 N. Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Clinic Hours:
Saturdays 8:30AM - 12:00PM

Clinic Director:
Dr. Boyd Shook

Student Liaison Information:
Justin Robbins

Manos Juntas Clinic is community – centered clinic located at 1320 N Pennsylvania Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73107 in the Pennsylvania Avenue Redemption United Methodist Church. We admit patients from 8:00am to 11:30am. Volunteer opportunities begin at 8:00am and extend to about 1:30pm every Saturday. Volunteers will have the chance to triage, work in the pharmacy, the phlebotomy lab, shadow doctors, educate patients in one-on-one consultations, and much more. Orientation is required for all volunteers before they can begin training. Please email to schedule an orientation and training session.

Third and fourth year medical students who have passed Step 1 and have done clerkships in either family medicine, internal medicine, or surgery are welcome to see patients under the supervision of one of the physicians. It is a great opportunity for students to maintain the knowledge gained throughout the year and also to brush up on interviewing, performing physical exams, generating differential diagnoses, and developing treatment plans. To volunteer in this capacity, please contact the clinic liaison. 

The atmosphere is relaxed with volunteers from many different levels of training and experiences ranging from high school to post-graduate. The patient population is majority made up of Hispanics, although there is a significant amount of Caucasian, Asian, and African American patients. The clinic mainly treats chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and other core diseases which students will encounter in any field of medicine. Also, due to the nature of the clinic being open to all, there is a wide variety of the patients that come to be treated. 

Third and fourth year medical students who have passed Step 1 and have done clerkships in either family medicine, internal medicine, or surgery are welcome to see patients under the supervision of one of the physicians. It is a great opportunity for students to maintain the knowledge they obtained throughout the year and also to brush up on interviewing, generating differential diagnosis, and developing treatment plans. 

Dress code is long pants or skirt and closed shoes (no shorts or skirts above the knee). All volunteers mustwear a Manos Juntas T-Shirt while volunteering, which is available for a one-time donation of $20. No white coat. Scrub pants are acceptable.

Additional: Most equipment is provided, but a personal stethoscope is recommended.

Mid-Del Community Health Clinic

4748 S. Bryant
OKC, OK 73135

Clinic Hours:
Thursdays 6:00–9:00 PM (come at 5:30 PM for dinner)

Clinic Director:
Carolyn Cheadle

Student Liaison Information:
Sarah Xiao

PA Student Liaison Information:
Julie Torres

Mid-Del Community Health Clinic is a free clinic located at 4748 S. Bryant in Oklahoma City. Clinic is held every Thursday night beginning at 6:00, but dinner is served to volunteers at 5:30. There is a rotating schedule of physicians, PA’s, and nurse practitioners to take care of the patient base. There is a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for students, including: shadowing, helping in the pharmacy, entering data into the electronic medical records, and drafting thank you letters and fund requests for the clinic. Help from any field is appreciated. There is always room for any kind of help you can offer.

Volunteering at the clinic is a fantastic opportunity to get experience in a low-stress environment. The volunteer staff is eager to teach and the consistency of the patient population allows for relationships with the patients.

Travel Tip: If you’re coming from north of downtown during rush hour, avoid taking I-35. Take Lincoln or M.L. King Blvd south to 44th instead. 

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Ministries of Jesus

1100 E. I-35 Frontage Road
Edmond, OK 73034

Clinic Director:
Paulette Limbaugh

Student Liaison Information:
Gina Moon

Ministries of Jesus is a free medical and dental clinic located in Edmond on the campus of Henderson Hills Baptist Church. Their mission is to serve anybody in need, regardless of financial situation, by caring for their spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. They do pray with their patients and encourage students to join in with this ministry if interested. In 2009, MOJ physicians and volunteers completed nearly 1900 patient visits and they have grown considerably since then, adding a weekend Hispanic health fair and their ever increasing number of volunteer doctors. Their location is a beautiful medical and dental clinic building at Henderson Hills. There are many clinic days throughout the week, and some days are variable. Some of the doctors who volunteer include endocrinologists, internists, family practice physicians, and an ophthalmologist. Please see the schedule to sign up at least one week in advance. Because it is a well staffed clinic, they request that only one student per doctor volunteer at a time, but there are many opportunities because of the number of clinic days. Some of the opportunities will be intake, shadowing, patient education, and some interviewing opportunities. Students will be required to fill out a volunteer form before they go for the first time. 

Email the clinic liaison to be added to the volunteer list. This clinic limits volunteers to MS2 status or above. 

Open Arms Free Clinic

Clinic address: 
5252 N. Meridian Ave, Suite 101 
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Clinic Website: 
Clinic Phone: (405)789-0458

General Clinic Hours
Mon-Wed: 8am – 5pm
Thurs: 8am – 7pm
Fri: 8am – 12 pm

Student Liaison Information: 
John Whitinger

The Open Arms Clinic provides basic medical are at low cost for low income, uninsured residents of the greater Oklahoma City Metro area. The clinic is staffed by full-time mid-level providers in addition to volunteer physicians from the Oklahoma County Medical Society and volunteer residents from local residency programs. The patient popular at the clinic is very diverse. Full lab and pharmacy services are available to patients. 

Email the clinic liaison to become a volunteer.

Shifa Clinic

Shifa Clinic OKC

3840 N St. Claire Ave
OKC, Ok 73112

Clinic Hours:
11 A.M. to 3 P.M.
Excluding Holiday weekends

Clinic Director:
Shagufta Yousaf
(405) 601-5557

Student Liaison information:
Raja Ullah
Abdul Qadar

Shifa Clinic is a free of cost clinic located in central Oklahoma City. Shifa Clinic believes that high-quality healthcare is the right of all individuals, families and communities and such care be provided regardless of socioeconomic or health status. Healthcare is provided to patients between the ages 19 – 64 with no health insurance who have an income level that falls within 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. The Clinic shall do all it can to provide adequate assistance to any patient seeking treatment who is ineligible to afford health care.

Shifa Clinic has agreed to reserve 2 volunteer spots every Saturday for Medical Students from the University of Oklahoma. Volunteers will be taking a basic history and physical and presenting patients to physicians. Volunteers are expected to show up at 10:30 A.M. to help set up and stay until 3:30 P.M. (or until the last patient leaves) to help clean up. Shifa Clinic requires that all volunteers wear long pants and closed-toe shoes with good traction. Business casual attire or scrubs is encouraged. This is for your safety. Volunteers with inappropriate attire (sandals, tank tops, etc) will be prohibited from volunteering that shift. Volunteers are also required to wear name tags while on duty at the facility or off-site. In the event you cannot find your name tag or if you lose your name tag, please inform the clinic manager so a new one can be made. A basic orientation needs to be completed by all new volunteers. The orientation can be done on the same morning you are volunteering.

St. Charles-McAuley Clinic

4915 N. State Street
Warr Acres, OK 73122

4:30-7:30 PM

Diabetes Clinic:
4:30-7:30 PM

Dermatology Clinic:
Fourth Wednesday of every Month
4:30-7:30 PM

Clinic Director:
Barbara Trimble (RT)

Student Liaison Information:
Cruz McCarty and Jacob Rogers

Dermatology Clinic Student Liaison:
Natalia Tutak

St. Charles is a free clinic which was started in 1993. It is supported by St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Mercy Hospital and two grants. St. Charles is
open Mondays (4:30pm -7:30pm/or until the last patient leaves) and Tuesdays (4:30 pm- 7:30 pm/or until the last patient leaves). Monday's clinic is a general clinic and Tuesday's clinic is a diabetes clinic. The clinic serves about 20-30 uninsured patients per week- many of whom are Hispanics and middle class white patients. Thus, speaking Spanish is an asset for volunteers. St Charles clinic provides physicians, pharmacy, lab services, counseling, and referrals to other outreach programs. The clinic can accommodate 1 - 2 volunteers per day. This is a great clinic to hone interviewing and triage skills. There is also clerical and pharmacy work available. Volunteers can also participate in preventative health education for patients on care of feet, nutrition and exercise. 

St. Charles also offers a dermatology clinic on the fourth Wednesday of every month (4:30-7:30pm/until the last patient leaves). 20-25 patients are served every month. This is a great place to practice interview and presentation skills as well as gain hands-on experience. Knowledge of basic dermatologic terms is essential. The dermatology clinic can accommodate three to four student-volunteers per day. 

Email one of the clinic liaisons to become a volunteer.

Oklahoma Heart Hospital Clinic for the Uninsured

1416 N. Key Blvd.
Midwest City, OK 73110 

Monday - Friday 
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

Clinic Director:
Michele Mako 

Student Liaison Information:
Katie Sprouse

The OHH Clinic for the Uninsured opened its doors in April 2014 with the goal of providing speciality care to the medically underserved patients of the greater Oklahoma City area. With many specialists donating their time, the clinic has been able to serve many patients from the other primary care clinics in the area. Specialities include: cardiology, nephrology, pulmonology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, and neurology. The clinic has the capability of performing various diagnostic procedures such as stress tests and echocardiograms. The liaisons will send montly emails with the clinic schedule.

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