Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours of operation?
The clinic is open 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Sunday through Friday. Closed Saturday. We are closed on all major holidays.
Do I need an appointment?
We take walk-ins only, no appointments.
Are your services really free?
Yes. Our services are provided at no cost to the patient by professional, licensed physicians and clinicians. We work closely with community agencies, churches, and other available resources to provide services at no cost to the patient.
How can I volunteer or get involved?
Non-medical volunteer opportunities include reception, custodial and pastoral staff. We offer flexible schedules and a friendly work environment. Feel free to stop by the center or call 330-633-3680 for more information.
Do you see maternity patients?
No, we are an urgent care center.
What kind of patients do you see at the center?
We see patients with a cough, cold, stomach pain, ear ache, etc. We see patients with cuts, sprains, back pain, blood pressure and diabetes checks. Also, we can give the initial treatment for tooth or eye injury or infection.
What if I am employed? Can I still be seen at the center?
Yes, as long as the patient does not have any form of health insurance and is at 200% or below of poverty level. All patients must sign an affidavit noting monthly income and lack of insurance.
How many volunteers do you have and what kind of work do they do?
We have approximately 300 volunteer physicians, pharmacists, nurses and office staff.
Where does the center get its funding?
Support for the Care Center is provided by community foundations, local hospital systems, churches, corporate and individual giving.