Clinic FAQ’s

  1. How much does it cost for a doctor’s visit?
    Interfaith Community Clinic is a non profit, volunteer driven service that depends on contributions from our community in order to provide care. Clients are encouraged to make a donation to the clinic, however small or large. No client will be denied care if they are unable to do so. We depend on you, so you can depend on us.
  2. How do I make an appointment?
    New patients: Individuals seeking medical or dental care must first make an appointment with a patient services volunteer for eligibility. Eligibility appointments can be made by calling the Clinic at (281) 364-7889.
  3. If I have private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or Hospital District Coverage, will I be eligible for your services?
    Individuals who have insurance are not eligible for Clinic services. Interfaith Community Clinic serves solely the low-income, uninsured. Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP or your county’s Public Assistance Program are considered forms of insurance as they provide individuals with access to care.
  4. Can I keep my scheduled appointment if my Letter of Eligibility is expired?
    Appointments are for individuals who have a current Letter of Eligibility. If you have a scheduled appointment and your eligibility letter has expired, please reapply for services prior to the time of your appointment or call to cancel your appointment.
  5. Where can I borrow wheelchairs and walkers?
    Interfaith of The Woodlands routinely receives donations of certain medical equipment like wheelchairs and walkers. As a means of providing a special service to the community, they are available at no charge to those who need to use them. Contact Interfaith’s Information and Referral at 281-367-1230 for more information.
  6. What are your sources of funding?
    Interfaith Community Clinic receives funding from individual contributions, corporate and business donations, faith based organizations and foundations. We also rely on donations made by patients receiving services at the clinic.
  7. Can my financial contribution to Interfaith Community Clinic be tax deductible?
    Yes. Interfaith Community Clinic is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization and financial contributions may be deductible for federal income tax purposes.

 

101 Pine Manor Drive
Oak Ridge North, TX 77385
Ph. 281-364-7889