The Peoples' Clinic for Better Health provides comprehensive, compassionate health care to adults in St. Clair County, age 18 to 64, who do not have health insurance coverage. The volunteer physicians, nurses and staff of the Peoples' Clinic are committed to providing quality health care services, ensuring that everyone can live a healthier and more productive life.
What We Offer
- Access to physicians
- Prescription assistance (when available)
- Referrals for further health testing
- Referrals to specialists
- Health education
- Guidance in making sound health care decisions
- Referrals to human services providers and community programs
- Counseling services (by appointment)
- Diabetes Clinic
- Orthopedic Clinic
Good Health is our Goal
All health care questions and concerns will be treated with the greatest respect at the Peoples' Clinic. Our physicians offer treatment plans that will meet the goals of the patient and will continue to be available for follow-up care.
The Peoples' Clinic is staffed by Internal Medicine and Family Practice Physicians who provide:
- Cold and Flu Treatment
- High Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Diabetes Monitoring
- Physical Examinations
- General Health Care Services
Hispanic Translators are available upon request for health care issues. Please call ahead to ensure a translator is available.
We Help...When We Can
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, opening at 8 a.m. Registration may be limited at any time due to high patient volume.
Call-In Same-Day Appointments Accepted
Peoples' Clinic for Better Health offers daily call-in appointments. From 6 to 7:30 a.m., patients are required to call each clinic day to request a same-day appointment.
To make a same-day appointment, call 810-985-1085 at 6 a.m.
If eligible, patients requesting medication refills can visit the clinic beginning at 9:30 a.m. each day.
For more information about the clinic, please call during business hours, at 810-985-4747.
Some Services NOT Provided by Peoples' Clinic
- Prenatal care
- Money for surgery, dental care or any other medical expense
- Handing out of any narcotics or drugs with the potential for misuse
- Emergency care
- Disability or workers' compensation evaluation or paperwork
- Filling of prescriptions without being seen first at the clinic
- Call-in Service for prescription refills
Community Resources make the Difference
St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron is dedicated to providing care to the poor and underserved and this is evidenced by its continuing commitment to the Peoples' Clinic. The clinic has been providing outstanding medical care to the uninsured, working poor since 1990. As always, resources are scarce and greatly needed. If you would like to provide support to the Peoples' Clinic, there are a variety of programs in which you can participate.
The St. Joseph Mercy Foundation works tirelessly to provide needed financial resources to the clinic and meet the needs of its patients. Giving opportunities are always available. For more information, please call the Mercy Hospital Foundation office at 810-985-1675.
Volunteer opportunities abound at the clinic. Professional volunteers are needed as well as support staff. If you are a social worker, clinical care provider or a physician who would like to volunteer your time and talent in fulfillment of your commitment to a healing profession and the advancement of a healthy community, please contact the Peoples' Clinic.
To volunteer, you can contact the Peoples' Clinic for Better Health by calling 810-985-4747. Or, call St. Joseph Mercy's Volunteer Coordinator at 810-985-1674.
The Peoples' Clinic for Better Health responds to the needs of the economically and socially disadvantaged by providing medical care and referral services.
The Peoples' Clinic is located at:
The Guadalupe Mission
3110 Goulden St.
Port Huron, MI 48060
The Peoples' Clinic is sponsored by St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron, the St. Clair County Medical Society, the community, and is funded in part by the United Way of St. Clair County.
For more information, please call 810-985-4747 during regular clinic hours, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.