About Medical Missions of Christ Clinics
In 2000, a group of Lake of the Ozarks residents began volunteering for annual overseas medical mission trips. On one trip, volunteers expressed concern about people back here, in our home community, who were unable to get the healthcare they needed due to low incomes and lack of health insurance.
At the same time, another local group was exploring the idea of starting a free clinic where volunteers would provide care for those who couldn’t afford to pay. God brought these two groups together and in 2006, Medical Missions for Christ Clinic opened its doors.
What We Do
Since 2006, we’ve helped thousands of people get the healthcare they needed but couldn’t afford. We offer a variety of health services including:
- Primary medical care
- Basic dental services
- Chiropractic care
- Prescription assistance
- Eye care
- Nutrition counseling
- Other health related services
We also have a Shepherding Program that helps people with health-related issues that aren’t being met by other resources.
Who We Serve
Our patients are residents of the greater Lake of the Ozarks area. They are low income (under 200% of Federal Poverty Level, based on size of household) and uninsured, underinsured, or are otherwise unable to access the care they need.
To see if you qualify for our services, call 573-346-7777. We can usually pre-qualify you by phone on the same day.
Why We Serve
Jesus is our model for service. Just as He loved and served people without regard to their social status, we serve all clients with compassion and respect.
Medical Missions For Christ Appoints New Executive Director
Medical Missions for Christ Clinic announces the retirement of Executive Director Carolyn Bowling effective September 17, 2021. Bowling has served as director for over eleven years. “I love this job,” she says. “I believe in what we do and I hope to always be part of the ministry.” She plans to return as a volunteer.
Krista Carter has been appointed as the new Executive Director. Carter is a longtime volunteer at the clinic and has most recently served as president of the Board of Directors. She has a background in clinical management and has a passion for the clinic’s mission. ” I am excited to be a part of MM4C, “ she says, “and I cannot wait to see what God has planned for the clinic.”
Bowling and Carter will be working together over the next few weeks to assure a smooth transition for the organization.
Medical Missions for Christ Clinic is a 501C(3) charity that provides health care for residents of the greater Lake of the Ozarks area who are low income and uninsured or underinsured. For more information, call 573-346-7777.