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Free Clinic

McLaren recognizes the need for quality health care, no matter a person’s financial status. It is because of our dedication to people, that our free clinics offer quality health care services to the uninsured and medically underserved in our communities.

For those who qualify, McLaren free clinics offer vaccinations, check-ups, and other wellness services for adults and their children.

Macomb Medical Outreach Clinic

In 1995, Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center acquired a 40-foot vehicle designed to transport medical staff and equipment to at-risk individuals in order to deliver preventive and primary medical care at no charge to the medically underserved residents of Macomb County.

The MCG Medical Outreach Clinic (MOC), is a doctor's office on wheels with two exam rooms, a reception and charting area, restroom, and counseling area. The MOC serves people with urgent or chronic illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes, upper respiratory infections, influenza, and a variety of family medicine related issues.

The MOC serves as a training site for the McLaren Macomb Family Practice Resident training program.

Physicians on the MOC provide initial consultation, necessary medications, and follow up care. If a patient's needs can not be met by the MOC, they are referred to one of the hospital's resident clinics (orthopedics, surgery, and OB/GYN) or another physician affiliated with the hospital.

Three days per week, the MOC transports its staff of two resident physicians, one attending physician, one medical assistant, a project manager and a driver, to the Macomb County Health Department's Minority Health Coalition sites.

In addition, staff from the MOC have partnered with two Catholic parishes that have a long-standing commitment to the migrant community. The churches have served as a referral source and secured bilingual volunteers to act as interpreters for the Spanish-speaking clients.

Mobile Out Reach Schedule

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