The Osceola Council on Aging Clinic works with volunteers and partnering healthcare providers to deliver quality healthcare, prevention, education, specialist referrals, referrals to community social services, and case management services to the underserved and uninsured residents in Osceola County.
We are a free health clinic for those individuals of Osceola County who are uninsured. We provide healthcare just like any doctor’s office however are services are free and our doctors are volunteers.
Some of our physician’s volunteer on a regular basis and others volunteer once or twice a year. As a patient, you may not see the same doctor every time. If your health condition requires treatment from a specialist we may be able to help you IF we have that particular specialist volunteering with us.
Call for an appointment – 407-846-8532 Ext.1261
To be eligible to receive care at our clinic, clients must:
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Be an Osceola County resident
- Not have any health insurance
- Meet the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines (see chart)
*Please note the clinic does not prescribe, dispense, or store any Narcotics (pain medicine).