Kinwest Medical Clinic

The Kinwest Medical Clinic is a free clinic available to uninsured patients with need; providing professional assistance in the form of medical care, case management and nutrition/ diabetic assistance.

Do you need free medical care?

We do not provide emergency or trauma care at our Clinic, but can provide basic medical care and health education for you and your family. We are a free and charitable medical clinic only to those without medical insurance or financial means to pay for basic healthcare services. Donations are always, graciously accepted to replenish our supplies.

When you visit the clinic, you’ll also have an opportunity to participate in the community programs, classes, and events offered at our location on Wednesday nights. Learn more about these by visiting the2435 Kinwest Community Night webpage.

Please call our office at 972-443-3328 for appointment scheduling. The Kinwest Medical Clinic NO LONGER accepts walk-in patients. A Clinic volunteer will connect
with you after you leave your name/date of birth/ and best phone number to assist you. Please visit the Clinic website:

All Are Welcome

  • Services are free only those without medical insurance and those without financial resources to pay for their basic healthcare services.
  • A current, valid ID is required for ALL patients.
  • A donation to replenish our medical supplies is always welcomed, needed and so appreciated!
  • Spanish is spoken
  • No residency requirements

Patient Conditions Treated

  • Diabetes
  • Heart conditions
  • High blood pressure
  • School sports/participation physicals will be given at Clinic. Student must provide their SCHOOL FORM and if under age 18 a parent/guardian must be present during registration/triage/exam. A donation of $5.00 to $10.00 is suggested for school physicals in order to replenish Clinic diagnostic and administrative supplies.
  • Migraines
  • Pediatrics (ages 12-17)
  • Allergies
  • Upper respiratory conditions
  • Skin conditions

Location and Times

Contact Information