Our mission is to create health equity by providing continuity of care to the underserved community in our region through partnerships with our volunteers, providers and community leaders.
The following are the three criteria an individual must meet to be a patient at the MASS Clinic
In order to be eligible to become a patient at the MASS Clinic, you must not have any form of health insurance. This includes Medicare, Medicaid and Share of Cost.
A new patient must have an income that resides 200% below the federal poverty guideline.
Patients must currently live in Duval county to be eligible to become a MASS Clinic patient.
Become a patient by clicking the link below to schedule your appointment.
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Friday 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM
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By collaborating with local healthcare institutions, We Care clinics, and other faith-based organizations, MASS Clinic improves public health, lowers healthcare costs and reduces the burden of non-emergency care and the treatment of acute and chronic diseases placed on local hospital emergency rooms.
Are you an aspiring physician, PA, or nurse? Have you been seeking experience in the medical field? Interested in helping the community?
The MASS Clinic is a learning community where those who are passionate about medicine can collaborate with providers and others with the same interests. The MASS Clinic's Internship program is a hands on volunteer based internship in which driven individuals can obtain experience by providing healthcare assistance to the underserved population.
The Food Pantry is part of our Food is Medicine program in which Patients as well as the public who have food insecurities are able to access the food pantry located within the clinic.
The Prescription Assistance Program is designed to help patients obtain costly medications such as insulins, inhalers and anticoagulants.
The Chronic Care Management Program here at the MASS Clinic focuses on providing consistent care for patients with chronic diseases such as Type 1 &2 Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension.