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Medical Care


Hope’s medical clinics provide free primary care to uninsured and under-insured patients. Last year, there were more than 3,300 patient visits between our two clinics. Medical services are provided almost entirely by our dedicated clinical volunteers.

Donations and grants enable us to provide certain medications to our patients, onsite and at no cost. In 2017 we provided over $810,000 worth of medically necessary prescriptions*. Hope works directly with pharmaceutical companies’ Medication Assistance Programs to obtain free medication for patients that qualify financially. *Hope Clinic does not store or prescribe controlled substances.

Many patients receive care from our network of specialty care providers. Patients are seen at Hope and at our clinical partner locations and area hospitals. Area hospitals partner with Hope to provide discounted lab and radiology services for qualified patients enabling us to closely monitor chronic medical conditions.

Hegira Programs, Inc. conducts S-BIRT assessments at both clinics, screening for substance use, depression and anxiety. Behavioral health is available on a limited basis.

To become a new patient at Hope’s Ypsilanti Medical Clinic:

Please call: 734-481-0111
During our Hours of Operation:
Tuesday, Thursday 9:0am -5:00pm

Wednesday 9:00am-noon and 5:30pm-8:00pm

Saturday, 8:30am - noon

To become a new patient at Hope’s Westland Medical Clinic:

Call: 734-710-6688 Hours of Operation: Tuesday and Friday 9am-2pm, Saturday 8am-noon

If you are a new patient please print out and complete these forms and bring them to your first appointment:

If possible, please bring the following documents:

  • Medical records from last 2 years

  • Prescription bottles

  • Federal tax form 1040 for the previous year

  • Medicaid or Healthy Michigan denial letter, if you’ve applied in the last 2 years

  • Social Security benefits letter

  • Pension benefits letters