Health Partners Free Clinic in Troy offers free medical care to residents of Miami County, Ohio who are not able to afford medical services from traditional providers. Our clinic does not charge for services, and does not generate revenue. Therefore, Volunteers, Donors and Sponsors are critical to our sustainability.
Last year our volunteer physicians, nurses, administrative staff, facility care and others provided more than 5000 hours of care and attention given to our patients. Volunteers are the foundation of all that we do.
Our generous donors have built our facility and covered our administrative costs since the establishment of the Clinic in 1999.We began in a Miami County building providing medical care to people in need, 4 hours per week. Today, in a the Paul G. Duke Health Center, our service volume has increased to an average of 96 hours per week.
Sponsors from the community enable Health Partners Free Clinic to operate effectively and efficiently through sharing. Our sponsors have a provided funding for projects, services and equipment. They have also provided support, training and guidance to the Clinic’s leadership team.
You Can Help
The Clinic is always in need of medical (physician, nurse, medical assistants, phlebotomists) and lay volunteers. Donations from the community are also required, as we receive no federal funding or tax levy support. We respectfully request your help to ensure that our mission to serve the residents of Miami County moves forward into a healthy future.