Who We Serve
Our intention is to make health care as accessible as possible. To become an established patient at Hope Clinic, patients must qualify for our non-urgent, primary care based on the following criteria.
Resident of Collin County
No medical coverage
Within income guidelines
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Services We Offer
No patients are billed for services rendered. We ask that patients make a donation that is meaningful to them. While a $15 donation is recommended at each visit to help cover the costs associated with another patient’s care, all services will be provided without consideration of the patient’s ability to pay.
Hope Clinic of McKinney does not prescribe controlled substances.
While we do provide non-urgent, primary care for children, we do not offer scheduled childhood immunizations.
As a reminder, we provide non-urgent, primary care by appointment only and unfortunately, are unable to accept walk-ins.
How To Become a Patient
U P D A T E !
Hope Clinic now enrolls new patients every Tuesday from 10 am until 3 pm.
To help minimize the wait, enrollment appointments are also now required.
Please call 469.712.4246 to schedule.
Please allow time to possibly wait, as each new patient needs to meet with our personnel to complete your enrollment.
Prospective patients should bring at least ONE of each of the following types of documents listed below.
Please note that future appointments will only be provided after receiving all required documentation.
Medical professionals are not available during this New Patient Enrollment time.
Please email or call us at 469.712.4246 with questions.
1. Proof of Address
Please provide one or more of the following documents:
- Driver’s license or government-issued photo ID confirming your current address
- Current utility bill with patient’s name
- Rental/lease agreement with patient’s name
2. Proof of Income
Please provide all applicable documents from the following list as your proof of income:
- Two recent pay stubs
- Income tax return from the most current year
- Proof of child support
- Social Security benefits
- Unemployment benefits
- Disability benefits
- Worker’s compensation
- Welfare assistance
- Commissions, fees, and tips
- Government-funded housing
- Food Stamps
- Letter from employer
3. Photo ID
Acceptable forms of a Photo ID include a current driver’s license or passport. If no Photo ID is available, patient will still be seen, but may be unable to access prescription assistance or even necessary screenings, depending on the available program.