PROVIDING ACCESS TO LIMITED QUALITY MEDICAL CARE AT LITTLE TO NO COST.
Available to Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland County Residents
Quality Medical Care
Certified Medical Staff
Medication Prescriptions Available
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A Happier, Healthier You
Have no current doctor?
Not feeling well?
The management of illnesses or even a chronic disease is a patient care priority. The clinic recognizes that a trusted relationship with a provider, education, pharmaceuticals, and self-care efforts are needed in order to best care for patients. Patients receive this level of care and support at VIMDOS.
Regular appointments with healthcare professionals and access to medications are critical in reducing complications, risks, and hospitalizations for patients.
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Question: Who can become a patient at VIMDOS Clinic?
Answer: Uninsured/Under Insured Adults, 18 – 64 years old, who reside in Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland County and meet income eligibility requirements. Call us at 812-926-0744 or email us at:
Question: What if I have insurance like Medicare or Medicaid, can I still be a patient?
Answer: Generally, only uninsured/under insured adults between the ages of 18 and 64 can be patients at VIMDOS Clinic. Once a person turns 65, they are eligible for Medicare insurance.
Question: Do I have to be sick to become a patient?
Answer: No, you don’t have to have any current medical issues to become a patient. If you are currently feeling well, now is the perfect time to make sure you stay that way by getting a check-up.
Question: Do patients have to pay for services?
Answer: There is typically no charge or co-pay for essential medical services including exams, labs, screenings, diagnostics, etc. if you meet the financial criteria and have no insurance. If you don't meet the financial criteria, there may be very small costs involved, including little to no cost prescriptions as well.
Question: You have “volunteer” in your name. Do patients have to volunteer to get services?
Answer: Patients do not volunteer or do anything in exchange for becoming or staying a patient. VIMDOS Clinic utilizes the services of local volunteer medical professionals to provide primary and specialty patient care. All of our staff and volunteer medical professionals are licensed with the State of Indiana.
Question: How long do I have to wait to get my first appointment?
Answer: You must first be screened for eligibility prior to your first appointment with a medical professional. Depending on your situation a patient’s first appointment is usually within two weeks. However more urgent cases may be seen sooner.
Question: Is there a waitlist to become a patient?
Answer: At this time there is no waitlist.
Question: Does VIMDOS Clinic ever see patients under 18 years old?
Answer: Depends on the circumstance. Please contact the VIMDOS Office for more information. 812-926-0744.
Question: Do you treat pregnant women?
Question: I also need help with things like transportation, employment, food insecurity and help obtaining insurance coverage. Can VIMDOS Clinic help me?
Answer: VIMDOS Clinic has a social worker to assist patients with finding additional services to support their overall wellness.
Question: Is VIMDOS Clinic a nonprofit?
Answer: Yes. VIMDOS Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Question: How does VIMDOS Clinic stay in business?
Answer: VIMDOS Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is financially supported through grants, donations, and donated services from organizations. And of course, our amazing volunteers.
Question: I have old medication that was not used. Can I donate it to VIMDOS Clinic?
Answer: VIMDOS Clinic cannot accept prescription medications, even if they were unopened. Prescription medications should be disposed of properly and should never be thrown in the trash or flushed in the sink or toilet. Use https://safe.pharmacy/drug-disposal/ to find a pharmacy or local law enforcement office where you can drop off unused medication. SIRUM is a national organization that collects certain unused prescription medications (no opioids or narcotics) to redistribute to needy individuals. You must pay for the shipping, but the medication won’t go to waste.
Question: I have gently used medical and/or office equipment to donate. Will VIMDOS Clinic accept these?
Answer: VIMDOS Clinic appreciates the generous offer, but please contact our clinic to see if we have a need before bringing.
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