Tuesdays 6:00pm-9:00pm
824 S. Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs, Co 80910
719-475-0972 | openbiblemedicalclinic@gmail.com

Creating hope through helping others.

Where caring for others is not just our mission, it's our passion!

OBMC is a Christian based non-profit organization that exists to provide free medical care and access for acute and chronic illnesses to the working, uninsured, low income, adults in El Paso County.

"Have mercy on me, Lord, for I am faint; heal me, Lord, for my bones are in agony." Psalm 6:2

Am I Eligible?

Find out if you qualify.

Learn About Eligibility

Make an Appointment

Our friendly staff are here for you.

Schedule Appointment

How Do I Help?

Want to help? Volunteer at OBMC.

Support the Cause

Currently the clinic operates on Tuesday evenings from 6:00pm-9:00pm at 824 S. Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs, Co 80910. (Just north of Fountain & Union on the west side of the street)

We provide help to the ones who need it most.

The Clinic is operated by an all volunteer staff of Physicians, P.A.s, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Medical Technicians, and Behavior Health Clinicians. We also have a large volunteer non-medical staff that work in Administration, Reception, Patient Eligibility and Prayer.

The clinic operating space and utilities are provided by Open Bible Baptist Church and includes three exam rooms, a patient waiting room, a patient consultation room, physician’s office and an administrative office.

Open Bible Medical Clinic We Help

Become a volunteer

We have established a great model to serve our community. We operate with only 15 volunteers per night. Our volunteer model only requires our volunteers to work one night per month for four hours. That’s only 12 times per year! We provide the training for all of the positions and even provide dinner on the night that you serve!

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Become a Partner

By creating a partnership, we are able to offer more services to our patients at lower to no costs. If your company or organization is interested in becoming a valued partner, please contact us today. Stay up-to-date on our current partners and check out our Partnership page.

Reach Out

Make a Donation

OBMC receives ongoing funding from individuals, organizations, churches, businesses, as well as grants provided by private foundations. OBMC continues to raise money for this vital service for our community and we need your help. Any amount you can give will make a difference.

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Press Release

What
Dr. Al Munson a renowned Endocrinologist has joined the Open bible
Medical Clinic(OBMC) & TLC Pharmacy team. Dr. Munson and staff have
graciously offered their services for the poor, uninsured and access
challenged members of our community by providing Endocrine care on a
free basis. The Diabetes Clinic will operate on the 2nd and 4th
Thursday of every month beginning May 11, 2017 from 5:00pm-9:00pm by
appointment at OBMC.

When
Appointments are being taken immediately. OBMC operates Every
Tuesday from 6:00pm-9:00pm and every 2nd and 4th Thursday from
5:30-9:00pm.

Who
Uninsured patients who earn up to 250% of the government poverty
level guidelines & select underinsured patients with lack of access to
care.

How
Referral from a Current Safety net clinic, or by appointment
achieved by calling 719-475-0972.

Background
OBMC & TLC Pharmacy are Christian based non-profit safety
net organizations run by volunteer medical and administrative
professional. They provide free access to medical and pharmacy care by
serving the poor and uninsured population of EL Paso and Teller Counties
since 2005 and operate under the Medical direction of Dr. James Reitman.

The Clinic is located at 824 S. Union Blvd and the Pharmacy at 555 E.
Costilla in Colorado Springs. www.openbiblemedical.org &
www.tlcpharmacy.org

Vision
Improve the Health care of our neighbors without access to care.

Mission
To show and share the love of Jesus by ensuring appropriate
access to health care, medication, and education as well as the
promotion of other preventative health practices to uninsured low income
residents of El Paso and Teller Counties.