Luther Hall Door (east side of the main church building, in the basement) City and Country Health Clinic. For days/hours of when the clinic will be open, please call 701-833-1951. The Clinic takes no appointments. Patients are served on a first come, first served basis. If the clinic is closed for some reason, the clinic phone will have a message stating this. Please call ahead if you are coming from a distance.
Call to leave a message, to hear the dates/times of the clinic, or for cancellations (especially if you are coming from a distance, please call ahead).
All phone messages are answered during clinic hours : 701-833-1951
Clinic Hours: (closed on all holidays)
Mondays: 5:30 pm (December 1, 9, 16 & 30 - closed on December 23)
Wednesdays: 1st & 3rd, at 1:00 pm (not currently available)
Thursdays: 2nd & 4th, at 5:30 pm (not currently available)
Who can be served at CCHC?
Any person who has no health insurance or government sponsored health insurance is welcome to come to the clinic.
The City and Country Health Clinic (CCHC) was established in 1999 to provide primary outpatient care, basic medications, health education and referrals here at First Lutheran Church. The appointments are provided free of charge to the patients. Our thanks go out to the volunteer efforts of physicians, family nurse practitioners, nurses and receptionists who work at CCHC.
There are three paid staff members in addition to the volunteers. In addition, the clinic welcomes nursing students from Minot State University who serve their community health practicums at the clinic. Over 1100 patient visits were served in the past year.
The clinic receives support from St. Joseph's Community Foundation, St. Joseph's Auxiliary, Verendyre Electric Cooperative Round-Up Grant, area congregations, service project groups, and First Lutheran Church Women and individuals. We also receive medication and medical supplies from individuals who no longer have need for them.
Pharmacies: White Drug, B & B Northwest, Keycard, Medicine Shoppe and Market Pharmacy fill our patients‚ subscriptions at $5 over cost.
Our nurse coordinators work with several drug companies to secure free medications for people who qualify for low income programs
Lab: The clinic is thankful to Trinity Hospital for providing free lab work for our clinic.
How you can help?
Volunteer: physicians, nurses, nurse practioners and receptionists
Donations: cash donations from individuals or groups (checks made payable to City and Country Health Clinic or to First Lutheran Church with the clinic designated on the check)
Memorials: You may give memorial gifts or gifts to honor a loved one. This is an especially good way to honor a friend or loved one who has worked in or is involved in health care.
Medical supplies and medications: The clinic accepts donations of these items.
Refreshments for volunteers: We welcome volunteers to provide refreshments for the volunteers (about 5-6 workers) each time the clinic is open.
Speaker for Your Group
CCHC is ready to send a speaker to your group if would like to know more about the clinic and opportunities to support this ministry.
Click here for a FAQ in PDF format.