Green Country Free Clinic provides free health care and medications to people in the Bartlesville area who cannot afford them and are not eligible for other programs.  The clinic is a private, non-profit organization funded entirely through donations.  The clinic DOES NOT receive any support from governmental agencies or The United Way.  It is fully funded by gifts from individuals, churches, civic groups, foundations and fundraising events.

The clinic was founded in 1990 by a group of local medical professionals and volunteers; doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel who donate their time, skills, and health care knowledge.  Other non-medical volunteers help the clinic run smoothly by working in the front office.


Over 2500 patient visits occur each year.  Most of the patients who are helped at the clinic are uninsured, under-insured, or have recently lost their job and health insurance.

Over 10,000 medications were provided at Green Country Clinic last year.  The patients who received these medications would not have been able to afford them without the various patient assistance programs of pharmaceutical companies accessed by Green Country Free Clinic.