The mission of the Clinic is to humbly proclaim the message of Jesus by serving the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the uninsured.
The scope of Clinic services includes medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health care provided through the support of licensed professionals and other dedicated volunteers. The hours of service are determined by the availability of our volunteer healthcare professionals, but generally the clinic is open to patients Monday through Friday. Other days and times are offered as providers are available. All patient visits are scheduled by appointment only.
Take a moment to explore this page for our location and contact information, volunteer and donation opportunities, news and media, updates, staff, and more.
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Donations + Volunteer Opportunities
Donations and volunteers are always needed. Many volunteers — both medical and non-medical — staff and operate the Clinic. Volunteers greet and register patients, answer phones, help with paperwork, escort patients to their various appointments, assist with managing supplies, and more. Some volunteers work during patient clinic hours and others are needed at other times to assist with the administrative functions of this ministry.
Crossings Community Clinic is a sponsored ministry of Crossings Community Church. Its needs for money, time, materials, and supplies are provided by the donations of church members and the community. However, donations are always welcome – check out our Donation Needs below for more information.
The Clinic is in need of Licensed Dental Assistants and Volunteer Prayer Partners to pray with patients. Get involved by choosing the appropriate button below or contact us if you have questions about how to get involved.
Donations may be dropped off at the clinic from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you would like to make a financial donation, please donate using the button here.
Our current donation needs are:
- $4.00 WalMart gift cards that can be given to financially desperate patients to cover prescription costs
- unopened pocket packs of Kleenex tissue
- unopened purse-size hand sanitizers
- unopened over-the-counter antihistamines, such as Claritin or Zyrtec (generic or name-brand)
- unopened antacids, such as Tums or Rolaids
- unopened ear wax removal solution, such as Debrox
Media and Updates
Stay up to date with the latest happenings at the Crossings Community Clinic! Check out our news updates, video, photo gallery, and more – all right here!
Crossings Community Center and Clinic Awarded Grant
The Butterfield Foundation recently awarded Crossings Community Center and Clinic a grant to improve the lives of the medically vulnerable in central Oklahoma. This initiative follows more than a year of strategic planning by the Butterfield Foundation and the Crossings team. Crossings Clinic anticipates patient growth to increase by 300 percent over the next 36 months.
Crossings Community Center and Clinic provide numerous community programs and clinic services primarily with volunteer services. Since the clinic’s inception over 67,000 hours of volunteer services have provided in excess of 12 million dollars in medical care.
Clinic Phone Number – 405-749-0800
Partners & Resources
Here you can learn about the Crossings Clinic Partners, view the Clinic Calendar, and read patient stories!
Crossings Clinic Partners
Crossings partners with local health care providers to reach even more. Crossings Community Clinic has formed partnerships with health care providers in the Oklahoma City area which allow them to find ways to help those who need more specialized care or surgeries. During the academic year, OUHSC hygiene students provide teeth cleaning to patients one day a week. All the care is free. Delta Dental Oral Health Foundation has invested over $275,000 in the clinic to help us improve the dental health of Oklahomans.
Crossings Clinic also has partners who provide more advanced care in podiatry, pediatrics, dermatology, neurology, general surgery and physical therapy, Mercy Health Center has provided courses for diabetics including nutrition and exercise. Diabetic shoes have been donated. In cooperation with the Health Alliance for the Uninsured, Crossings Clinic offers a “Super Saturday Clinic” for women’s health.