HEALING GIFT FREE CLINIC
Del and LouAnn Weber Healing Gift Free Clinic
Hours: Thursdays, 4-6 p.m.
Patients are seen by appointment only. Walk-ins are not accepted.
- All patients, new or previous must have an appointment to be seen.
- Patients will receive a follow-up appointment after each visit to the clinic; patients missing an appointment must call to reschedule – a new appointment will not be made automatically for you.
- Patients needing appointments sooner than their follow-up appointment must call the clinic at 402-614-4357 extension 303.
- Enter through the west doors of Kountze Commons by the KETV tower.
The Healing Gift Free Clinic is currently accepting 4 new patients per week, with an average wait time of 6 weeks for a first appointment. If you have any type of health insurance, please inform the intake nurse on your first visit, or as your health insurance situation changes.
Volunteers are asked to complete the Volunteer Agreement accessible at the bottom of the page. Please print, sign, and bring it along with you or request a copy upon arriving at the clinic.” Your signed copy will be maintained at the clinic.
The Healing Gift Free Clinic, first opened its doors to the public on Feb. 25, 2010.
The Healing Gift Free Clinic, is an all-volunteer, free health clinic serving those in need of medical care, empowering them towards the health of body, mind, and spirit.
Basic services include treatment for diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, stable coronary artery disease and osteoarthritis. Also, therapy and evaluation is provided for upper respiratory infections, urinary tract infections and related conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, acute sprains, ear disorders and small lacerations.
The clinic does not perform dental work, annual or work/school physicals, acute or chronic gynecologic exams, or other acute, emergency cardiac care beyond stabilization and immediate transfer to a medical facility.
The clinic has established a relationship with Walgreens Pharmacy, to fill prescriptions for our patients. No prescriptions are written for controlled substances, and none are kept on the premises.
In addition, the clinic works to refer patients to other organizations in the Metro area offering services beneficial to our neighbors in the community.
For more information, or to volunteer in the clinic, please contact the church office at 402-614-4357, extension 303.