Free Clinic in Miami County, Ohio

Health Partners Free Clinic provides free healthcare to uninsured and underinsured residents of Miami County, Ohio. Established in 1998, the Clinic operates in a fresh, welcoming facility conveniently located on the north side of Troy, Ohio. We serve qualified residents of Piqua, Troy, Tipp City, Covington, and all of the communities within Miami County.

Explore this website for more information about our services, how to establish care at the Clinic, and how to support our mission.

The socio-economic barriers that everyone must face will inevitably define access to many things, including healthcare.  Yet, these barriers can be the last thing we consider as providers when managing the disease states of our patients.  Our pharmacy extern for the month April, Aaren, was tasked to face those barriers head, and his skills will… ( read more )

In January 2019, Health Partners Free Clinic started a new series of weekly Facebook posts. Fashioned after Humans of New York, every Wednesday morning the Clinic profiles a patient, volunteer, community member, etc., associated with Health Partners. In line with our mission of holistic health, the hope is to not only invite our followers into… ( read more )

According to the most recent diabetes statistics report from the CDC, there are over 100 million people living in the United States that have diabetes or prediabetes.  Though the number has finally begun to level off, this essentially means that 1 in 3 Americans are suffering with diabetes in some form! Miami County is not… ( read more )

Updated Information on Hours

In remembrance of those whom have died in military service, the Clinic will be CLOSED on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th.  We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28th at 8:30 AM.

The Clinic will now be closed only on the first Friday of each month for administrative hours. For any questions or concerns, please contact the Clinic at 937-332-0894.

Information on Insurance

Uninsured people do not have medical insurance.

Under-served people have some form of health insurance, but lack the financial resources needed to cover out-of-pocket medical care expenses, and/or are unable to find care in the community with the insurance they have.

Insurance help is available through the Clinic.

We have a part-time Patient Care Connector working onsite to help those in the community signup for an Affordable Care Act Health Insurance plan through the Marketplace or through the Medicaid system.

Help in understanding and dealing with Medicare is available through the Clinic. Medicare consultations are led by OSHIIP certified counselors.