Interfaith Clinic is a not-for-profit medical clinic that serves low-income patients in Union County, AR. Interfaith Clinic provides high quality care on a sliding fee scale. Both insured and uninsured low-income patients may qualify for services. Once qualified, same day appointments available most days.
Who can go to Interfaith Clinic?
How to qualify?
What services does Interfaith Clinic offer?
Will I receive a bill from Interfaith Clinic?
Yes, services are deeply discounted and patients will be billed based on their household income. Under Federal Law, all patients must be covered by a health insurance policy, but Interfaith Clinic understands there are still barriers to receiving coverage. We are here to provide access to medical care for patients who remain uncovered, as well as, patients who have gotten coverage, but struggle paying for medical services.
How is Interfaith Clinic different from other doctor offices?
Not sure if you still qualify?
Contact Interfaith Clinic and we can assist you in applying for services.
**Note, Interfaith Clinic cannot serve as a Primary Care Physician (PCP) for Medicaid purposes. If you have full Medicaid, and needing a PCP, Interfaith Clinic cannot be of assistance at this time.**
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Interfaith Clinic Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed for lunch)
No medical visits are scheduled on Fridays.
Medication pick up times:
(if ordered through
Monday - Thursday
9 a.m.-11 a.m. and 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
For after-hour care and emergencies:
Call 911 or
Medical Center of South Arkansas Emergency Room