Neighbors Caring for Neighbors Clinics
At Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, our mission to provide Macomb County residents with the best possible healthcare requires us to extend services well beyond the four walls of our hospitals. Our ultimate goal is to keep people healthy. To do that, we are partnering with other community-based organizations to expand and maintain healthcare access for all residents of our community, including the uninsured. Our Neighbors Caring for Neighbors clinics are one way we extend our care.
The clinics provide free basic medical care and health education to people of all ages:
- Treatment for acute illnesses, such as colds, ear infections, bronchitis, rashes
- Treatment for chronic illnesses, such as high blood pressure, diabetes
- Employment and school physicals
- Referral to other services
In order to receive services, you must:
- be a Macomb County resident or be a patient of Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
- have a household income of less than $30,000
- have no health insurance
The clinics are open at varying dates and times, depending on community need, staffing availability and a number of other options. For the most up-to-date times, please call the clinic you are interested in visiting. Appointments are preferred. Walk-ins are accepted for urgent problems only.
Neighbors Caring for Neighbors Clinic
15420 19 Mile Road, Suite 200
Clinton Township, MI 48038 (Map)
The clinics are sponsored by Henry Ford Macomb Hospital with funding from Baker College, F.A.C.E. (Family and Community Empower), local faith community congregations, service organizations and many individuals. Donations are gratefully accepted. Make checks payable to Henry Ford Health Macomb NCNC.