Moore Free & Charitable Clinic provides affordable health services to people without and to those who are least able to afford health care. We serve all who are eligible, regardless of citizenship or documentation status. To learn how to become a patient, please review the following eligibility guidelines:
Household Income Maximums 2022*
Persons in Annual Income
For each additional person add $11,800
*Based on 250% of the federal poverty level http://aspe.hhs.gov
Proof of income is required. Examples of proof of income include: pay stubs, copies of income tax forms, or an employer statement regarding patient's income. affordable health services for people without insurance
Moore Free & Charitable Clinic provides the following health services:
MFCC is not equipped to handle urgent or emergency care or prenatal care. "Walk-ins" are not accepted and patients are seen by appointment only. All persons seeking services must apply and be screened for eligibility. For information on how to become a patient, please call (910) 246-5333, or complete the application packet below.
Assisting patients with medications
While the Moore County community is extremely generous, MFCC cannot meet its operational needs without asking patients to contribute as they are able. Income-based suggested donations for services are listed below. No patient will be denied services based on inability to contribute. Medication assistance and blood pressure checks are at no cost.
Family income as
% of FPL* Donation per visit
0 - 100% $ 5.00
101 - 125% $15.00
126 - 150% $25.00
151 - 175% $30.00
176 - 200% $35.00
201 - 250% $40.00
*Federal Poverty Level
New patients will be advised of the suggested donation amount at time of enrollment. Fees will be collected at the time of appointment check-in. At this time, we are only able to accept cash. Please direct any questions that you might have to Moore Free & Charitable Clinic at (910) 246-5333.
Patients with triage nurse
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