- Apply for Medicaid in Oklahoma: If your income equates to an estimated annual amount of $17,796 for an individual or $36,588 for a family of four, you qualify for Oklahoma’s free healthcare program, SoonerCare.
- Community Health Centers: Also known as health centers or federally qualified health centers, CHC provide essential primary care services to Oklahomans in underserved areas. Community Health Centers (CHCs) are private nonprofits that serve all patients regardless of ability to pay, offer sliding fee scales to low-income families, and are governed by patient-majority boards that reflect the communities they serve.
- Needy Meds: NeedyMeds is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit that connects people to programs that will help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs, including a free discount card for prescription drugs.
- Patient Advocacy Foundation: Patient Advocate Foundation is a national 501 (c)(3) non-profit that provides direct services to patients with chronic, life threatening and debilitating diseases to help access care and treatment recommended by their doctor, including case management of large and/or surprise hospital bills.
- ASCAP Wellness Program: ASCAP members get access to, and significant discounts on, services that support mental health, mindfulness, exercise and nutrition.
- Free & Charitable Clinics: National Association of 1,400 Free and Charitable Clinics and Pharmacies provide access to healthcare for uninsured and underinsured people in communities across the U.S. Search for your location on their website.
- Clinic for the Uninsured: In partnership with Mercy Hospital the Clinic for the Uninsured helps Oklahomans who do not have the ability to pay for specialized healthcare. They offer services in cardiology, electrophysiology, pulmonology, ultrasounds, plain treadmill testing, and electrocardiograms (EKG/ECG) for those who are uninsured, do not qualify for Medicare, and cannot pay cash for services.
Moore & Norman
- Classen Urgent Care Clinic: Discounted prices for the uninsured.
- Health for Friends: Services for adults include clinics, dental care, pharmacy, labs, eye exams and other low cost health care for the uninsured Norman area residents.
- Integris Community Clinic: Third Monday- Immunizations & prescription refills, Take Charge for Women program, Provides services to clients with non-emergency long-term medical conditions (diabetes, hypertension, etc.) and non-emergent Wound Care. Monthly Men’s Clinic and Eye Clinic. Medical practitioner on site.
- CLINICA DE MUJER LATINA: Clínica de la Mujer Latina, is an evidence-based community outreach program that provides awareness and education; screening and early-detection; and support services to medically under-served Latinas in Oklahoma.
- Mid-Del Community Health Clinic: Community Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to providing quality primary healthcare to Oklahoma’s uninsured.
- OU Health Bedlam Clinic: The OU-TU School of Community Medicine and OU Health Physicians serve the Tulsa community by providing free healthcare through the OU Bedlam Clinic. This clinic serves individuals who do not have any type of insurance coverage.
- Take Control Tulsa, Free birth control for Tulsa County residents