Volunteers in Medicine of Monroe County
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Services and Eligibility
Operated by volunteers and with the support of the community and Bloomington Hospital, the Volunteers in Medicine clinic will serve individuals who:

 To download an application, please click here. 

What does 200% of the federal poverty level mean?
The United States Department of Health and Human Services establishes the federal poverty level. The Volunteers in Medicine free medical clinic serves adults who earn at or below 200% of this level, which translates for the year 2012 to the following:

Persons in Household Household Income


2 $31,020
3 $39,060
4 $47,100
5 $55,140
6 $63,180
7 $71,220
8 $79,260

For families with more than 8 persons, add $3,960 for each additional person.

Volunteers in Medicine clinic provides free, quality primary and preventive care for both chronic and acute illnesses. The following services are also available at no cost:

  • medications for chronic and acute illnesses with only a low-cost handling fee
  • health education
  • psychological counseling
  • diagnostic laboratory and radiology testing at Bloomington Hospital
  • women's health
  • spine clinic
  • orthopedics
  • behavioral and mental health
  • dental care*
  • pediatric care**
*For dental care, patients will be evaluated at the clinic, and then will be referred to participating local dentists.

**Children of adults who qualify for care at the Volunteers in Medicine clinic will be referred to Southern Indiana Pediatrics for free care.
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