St. Luke's Free Medical Clinic operates a satellite clinic at Middle Tyger Community Clinic three days each week, providing free primary care for uninsured, low-income residents of Spartanburg County.
In order to be eligible to receive free care at the Middle Tyger Community, a patient must:
- Be uninsured
- Reside in Spartanburg County
- Have a gross household income less than or equal to 150% of the Federal Poverty Level
Prior to receiving care at the Middle Tyger Community Clinic, all potential patients will be screened for eligibility based on these requirements by representatives from either the Middle Tyger Community Clinic or Access Health Spartanburg.
The following documents will be required to assess an individual’s eligibility:
- A current photo ID
- A social security card (if the individual has one)
- A list of all individuals in the household
- Proof of residency in the form of a utility bill, property tax bill, or lease agreement.
- Individuals staying with friend or family will need to bring in their proof of residence
- Most recent pay stubs for all employed adults in household covering a one month period and/or federal taxes for the last year if available
- If there is no household income, but there is support from another individual, contact information and a signed statement of support must be provided.
- Proof SS, SSI, Disability, Unemployment, SNAP, Worker’s Comp, retirement statement, or a benefit statement with earning records for all adults in household
- Denial statements from Social Security, SSI, Disability, Unemployment, SNAP, Medicaid or Medicare (if applicable)
Eligibility for free healthcare at the Middle Tyger Community Clinic will be determined based on the information gathered through this set of documentation.
Special thanks to the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, which provides volunteer medical students and supervising physicians.