Ohio's Free Clinics
Registration is now open for our annual education conference! Visit the conference website for complete details!
Ebola Protocols available
The Ohio Department of Health has issued Ebola protocols along with the announcement that they have activated an Ebola Call in Center. Please follow these links for more information.
Ebola ODH call center media release.ashx
EBO News Release ODH Quarantine Protocols.ashx
The Ohio Association of Free Clinics (OAFC) advocates on behalf of Ohio’s free clinics and the people they serve. OAFC is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization with 51 member clinics. We do not provide direct health care services on-site, but support those clinics that do. We also provide referrals to a health clinic for those seeking care. Free clinic services vary, but may include: primary care, prescription assistance, dental, vision, behavioral health and other specialties. Using cost-effective strategies, such as in-kind services and donations of health care resources and time, free clinics provide for the health care needs of their patients. These strategies mean that every dollar invested in free clinics brings nearly $18.00 in care for patients. Free clinics provide access to care for many who find themselves temporarily unemployed or unable to obtain employer-based health insurance.
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OAFC exists to educate and equip free clinic in planning and delivering quality health care for the underserved.