The Gardner Memorial Free Community Medical Clinic
Sponsored by St. Vincent Health System

To find out how you can help, please contact us.

Mission Statement
To improve the health (mind, body and spirit) of the people of central Arkansas by assuring access to quality, culturally-sensitive care and health education along the continuum, working in collaboration with local communities and resources.

The clinics are equal opportunity agencies and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability or residency.

We are a free community clinic for the medically uninsured. Qualifying patients are typically individuals with no insurance or those ineligible for a government sponsored plan such as Medicaid or Medicare. Physicians and nurses are available at this clinic. Eligibility for services is established at an initial visit and every three months thereafter.

Hours of Operation
Our clinic is open every Monday from 9:00 a.m. until all the patients are seen. No appointments are made at this clinic. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. When a physician cannot be in the clinic, a nurse will be available. The Clinic will be closed during hazardous weather conditions and all major Holidays.

How to Contact Us
When the clinic is open on Mondays, please call 374-8852. Calls on other days may be made to 552-3241.

Volunteer Staff
We have a wonderful volunteer staff. They are what keep our clinic open and they always treat our patients with the utmost respect and a friendly smile.

The Importance of Prevention
Prevention is always better than treatment. We encourage people to become active participants in managing their health. Our clinic has brochures and staff to provide clinical education.

We fill prescriptions written by physicians in the St. Vincent Health System Community Health Clinics. We cannot fill other prescriptions through the clinics. The clinic does not stock and cannot prescribe any controlled substances, antidepressants or tranquilizers.

Services Not Covered
Physical examinations for any of the following:
• School
• Sports
• Camp
• Insurance
• Motor vehicle accident injuries

Examinations for obtaining any of the following:
• SSI benefits
• Disability benefits
• Workman's compensation claims

Misuse of Services / Not Subject to Civil Suits
St. Vincent Community Health Clinics reserves the right to terminate any service provided to individuals who misuse services or abuse staff. The professionals providing health care services at the Gardner Memorial Community Health Clinic, sponsored by St. Vincent Health System, do so on a voluntary basis and are not subject to civil suits.

To find out how you can help, please contact us.


Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church
1723 Schaer Street, North Little Rock, Arkansas USA 72114
501-374-9520 | mail@gmumc.comcastbiz.net
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