Greenville Free Medical Clinic

The Greenville Free Medical Clinic  provides diagnosis and treatment for most acute and chronic illnesses to Greenville County residents who do not have access to Medicare, Medicaid, or other forms of health insurance. You must meet the Clinic’s guidelines for income in order to be seen.

Services include:

  • General medical needs
  • Preventative Gynecological care
  • Ophthalmology (Eye) Clinic
  • Specialty Medical Services
  • Acute Dental Services
  • Restorative Dental Services
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Pediatric Dental Services
  • Health Education Classes
  • Pharmacy Services

The Greenville Free Medical Clinic provides healthcare services to many residents of Greenville County, so we recommend patients wishing to be seen arrive early for their appointments. While we have limited availability for walk-ins, it is usually better to call ahead and schedule a specific time to be seen.

To be seen by the Greenville Free Clinic, you must bring:

A Photo ID

A driver’s license or state ID will be fine

Proof of Residency in Greenville County

A current utility bill in your name, a mortgage or rental agreement in your name, or a recent piece of mail with your name and address

Proof of All Household Income for the Past 30 Days

Recent paycheck stubs, W2 or income tax return, DSS eligibility letter, food stamp letter with dollar amount, federal tax return including schedule C if self-employed, or a notarized original gross earnings statement from employer on company letterhead

Social Security Card (if you have one)

Anyone with a Social Security number must bring documentation, like a Social Security card

There is a once a year $20 co-pay for medication. You must bring proof of income information with you to qualify for the medication program.

For more information about the Greenville Free Medical Clinic’s services, eligibility guidelines, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Erika Leapard on Tuesdays in Building #3 at (864) 232-1470, ext. 55.

Greenville Free Medical Clinic Hours:

The GFMC begins seeing patients Tuesdays at 12 p.m. and Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.