HOW TO APPLY
New applicants must be a resident of Spartanburg County and have no medical coverage of any kind.
Applications are taken in the lobby:
Mondays – 10 am to 1 pm
Thursdays – 1 pm to 4 pm
PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING:
· Picture I.D. with current address
· Social Security card (if available)
· Proof of income for all individuals in household for the past 4 weeks
· If no income bring a statement from whomever is assisting/helping you get by
· Food Stamp letter (if applicable)
· Disability/Social Security/SSI award letter (if applicable)
St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization; all donations are tax deductable. St. Luke’s receives no direct funding from any government source. It relies on donations, grants, and the community at large to meet an annual operating budget of $600,000.
Monday and Wednesday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
When bad weather occurs,
the clinic will typically
follow Spartanburg School
District 7 closings or delays.
Watch news channel 7 for
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2013 - NEW PHARMACY HOURS
Tuesday- 10 AM- 9 PM
Wednesday- 9 AM- 5 PM
Thursday- 3 PM- 9 PM
Friday- 9 AM- 12 PM
CLINIC RECEIVES $25,000 FROM REGIONAL HEALTHPLUS
St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic has received a donation in the amount of $25,000 from Regional HealthPlus (RHP), a network of healthcare providers affiliated with Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System and over 500 local physicians. RHP has been serving patients in the Spartanburg area since 1996 and recognizes the great contribution St. Luke’s makes to the community. Since 2006, RHP’s gifts to St. Luke’s have totaled over $228,000. “The undying support of RegionalHealthPlus has been crucial to the success of our mission of changing the lives of Spartanburg County residents who lack access to healthcare,” said the Clinic’s Executive Director Patsy Whitney. Dr. James E. Brown, IV, Chair of Regional HealthPlus said, “We are proud to support the good work being done at St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic and consider them a vital part of the safety net for uninsured, low-income residents of Spartanburg County.”
St. Luke’s has received a grant from the Spartanburg Regional Foundation for $12,500 to offset the cost of patient medications. Executive Director Patsy Whitney is shown with Foundation Executive Director Kristi Caradori and Jamie Hodge, Foundation Grants/Allocations Chair. We are so grateful for the tremendous support of the Spartanburg Regional Foundation!
Patient Vellissa Miller with Dr. GrantWarren – “St. Luke’s has kept me strong so I can do the things I love. When I wake up and see that sun and put my feet on the floor, I feel HAPPY! St. Luke’s doctors show me love. God Bless you all.”