Patient F.A.Q.

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Who is eligible for care at QuestCare Clinic?

All individuals, child and adult, who are experiencing a medical need are eligible for care. No identification, level of income statement, or appointment is necessary.

How much does it cost to receive care at the clinic?

Questcare clinic asks each patient to make a suggested donation of $10 dollars but the inability to pay this amount will in no way change the treatment received. No third party policies will be accepted.

What clinic services are available?

We provide emergent and acute medical care to adults and children. This includes on site x-ray, preventative health exams, health screenings, health education, referrals, coordination of low cost prescription medications all provided by a staff of volunteer licensed Health Care Professionals.

What time can I arrive in order to be seen?

  • Monday: 9am – 3:00pm
  • Tuesday: 1pm – 3:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9am – 3:00pm
  • Thursday: 9am – 3:00pm
  • Friday: 9am – 3:00pm

Please note the Questcare Clinic will be closed from December 22nd 2015 through January 4th 2016 for the Christmas and New Years Holidays.

What if I need a prescription?

If needed your health care provider will write a prescription for you to purchase at a pharmacy. All providers will do their best to write prescriptions that are on the $4.00 list. If the medication needed is not on that list other low cost options will be explored.

How can I give back to QuestCare Clinic?

We would most love your prayers. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit our Volunteer page. If you are interested in giving financially, please visit our Donate page for more information.