Grace Clinic Delaware is a free medical clinic, and our services are available to anyone whose income is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. That is around $25,520 for a single person and around $52,400 for a family of four. We see patients who have insurance or Medicaid and are unable to find a provider elsewhere. Our services are limited and are not comparable to a full-service primary care physician.
Who do you treat?
Grace Clinics of Ohio, Inc. follows the yearly Federal Poverty Guidelines (200%). We treat anyone who meets these guidelines, regardless of their insurance coverage. This year’s guidelines are listed below:
|2021 Income Guidelines|
|2021 Federal Poverty Guidelines (200%)|
|Household Size||Weekly Income(before tax)||Monthly Income(before tax)||Yearly Income(before tax)|
|For each additional person in household, add||$9,080|
Do you charge for your services?
All of our services are free, including most prescription medications, glasses, and other specialty services.
Do you have any specialists?
Yes! Currently, we have dental, vision, nutrition, women’s health, podiatry, and chiropractic. These visits are by appointment only.
How are you funded?
We are funded through the generosity of United Way of Delaware County, SourcePoint, Grace Church of Powell, Delaware County Foundation, Delaware County Healthcare Foundation, Grady Hospital Medical Staff, Women Giving Together, Ohio Health, Central Ohio Primary Care, New Hope Community Church, and many generous private and corporate donors. We receive no direct government funds and do not bill insurance/Medicaid.
How many staff members do you have?
Do you have any other clinics?
Grace Clinic Delaware is operated by Grace Clinics of Ohio, Inc. They also operate a clinic in the Linden area of Columbus that is open on Saturday mornings:
2052 Cleveland Ave
Columbus OH, 43211