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For a few pennies a day, you could change the life of someone right here in our community.  Your donation will help women, men and children get medical care they need.
 
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ABOUT US
Family Healthcare Clinic is an organization with a respected professional staff that  provides quality healthcare regardless of social standing as well as educational programs that empower the community we serve. 
 
"A Taste of Chocolate” will be
on Friday, February 10 at
Hillcrest Country Club.
The Valentine’s weekend event of dining, dancing and deliciously decadent chocolates supports the “Access to Care” medical program for uninsured and underserved patients in the community.
FHC helps a mother of three
get cancer treatment.
Twenty-six-year-old Margie put off getting a lump checked out after she found out her Medicaid had been canceled. She had three children and felt she could not afford to pay for private care. So, she kept her worries to herself, even as her situation grew progressively worse over the next few months. She lost 20 pounds due to her ill health, but could not figure out how to get her Medicaid re-instated.

But then she heard that her former doctor, Dr. Oliver, was now seeing patients at Family Healthcare Clinic, a United Way agency. Margie immediately made an appointment, and thanks to Access to Care, a program that receives United Way funding, she paid only $40 for the visit.

Family Healthcare Clinic diagnosed Margie with cancer, so the staff helped Margie get back on Medicaid, then referred her to the Oklahoma Cancer Center. She is undergoing treatment and has been connected with other helpful organizations, including Hopestone Cancer Support Center in Bartlesville.

“Each new day at Family Healthcare clinic brings patients in for care who, if they had not learned of our quality, affordable services, would otherwise put off getting the needed care until they were in a medical emergency,” Family Healthcare Clinic Executive Director Patty Leach said. “Or they would have been in the position of having to jeopardize their family’s financial situation in order to pay a much higher rate to receive the medical care they desperately need.”

For more information on the Access to Care program contact us.
ABOUT US
Low-cost medical healthcare
Treatment is available for illnesses and injuries.  Office visits for treatment of short-term illness such as colds, flu, ear and sinus infections, general health problems, respiratory conditions, skin conditions, minor eye problems, family planning & reproductive health; treatment of minor injuries and more.

Physicals
Including School, Employment and Sports for $20
Miles for Mammograms Boot Scoot 5K Ch arity Race and 2K Fun Walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017. The race will start near the Dewey Hotel & Tom Mix Museum. Map of the certified “TAC” course in beautiful downtown Dewey is posted under the registration link.
WHAT WE DO
IN THE NEWS
FHC takes pride in our history of responsiveness to the needs of the people of the community we serve.

1967 - Two volunteer organizations, the Bartlesville Jaycees, and Concern, joined forces to form the Washington County Family Planning Clinic 

1980 – The Washington County Family Planning Clinic 501(c)(3) non-profit agency. 

Read our history.  
Family Healthcare Clinic is an organization with a respected professional staff that provides quality health care regardless of social standing as well as educational programs that empower the community we serve. 

FHC utilizes positive collaborative relations with other organizations to ensure a healthier community
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WHO WE ARE