TTUHSC Free Clinic
What sets The Free Clinic apart is the extent of services offered to patients. Beyond medical examinations, the Free Clinic hosts a fully-equipped lab, an on-site pharmacy, social workers, ophthalmology, and other medical specialty resources. Each week at 6:00 pm, social workers are available to meet and guide The Free Clinic patients and Lubbock Impact participants. Texas Tech University professors of Social Work, Dr. Debra Lavender-Bratcher and Dr. Margaret Elbow provide a multitude of resources.
Offered completely free for the medically uninsured, The Free Clinic seeks to offer the highest quality care to those who often have nowhere else to turn.
Open on Wednesday afternoons, The Free Clinic is available for individuals 19-64 years of age who have no insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or The Blue Card. The Free Clinic operates on a first-come, first-serve basis and is able to see the first 25 patients that sign in. Registration begins at 4:00 pm every Wednesday. No appointment is required.
The Free Clinic pharmacy does not accept outside prescriptions and does not have any narcotics available.
If you are wanting to be seen at the clinic, please come directly to the clinic door on the south side of the Lubbock Impact building. The door will open at 4:00 pm when volunteers who run the clinic arrive.
How to be seen at the TTUHSC Free Clinic
The TTUHSC’S Free Clinic is only open on Wednesday afternoons at Lubbock Impact and operates on a first-come, first-serve basis. No appointments are taken. Registration begins at 4:00 pm and registration ends once 25 patients have signed in. The Free Clinic only sees patients with no insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or the Blue Card.