Greater Killeen Free Clinic

309 N. 2nd St.
Killeen, TX - 76541
Telephone: 254-519-3898


All services are provided free of charge. These include: exam medications diagnostic testing referral for subspecialty care referral for limited dental care optometry and social services screening Patients are seen on a first come, first served basis, with numbers handed out and patient check in at 3:30 on Monday and Thursday evenings. Generally, a family practice physician assistant and a licensed physician will be on duty. Children must be controlled. If any child or patient becomes unruly, they will be asked to wait outside the building until they are called by number to be seen. Medical services treated include: Simple, uncomplicated illness (for example: rash, ear infections, bladder infections) Simple injuries (sprains, strains) Simple wound care and the administration of tetanus shots (injury less than 24 hours old) Non-surgical wound infections Suture or staple removal of non-surgical wounds Tooth pain treatment with antibiotic Eligibility: Persons using the free clinic services must be uninsured and not eligible for other health care programs. Adults and children who have NO health insurance. Families at low income level. those who are not on medicaid, medicare, tricare, or a county indigent program. Those who are NOT eligible for VA Services. The free clinic serves patients in Killeen and surrounding Central Texas communities including Harker Heights, Nolanville, Florence, Gatesville, Copperas Cove, Kempner and Lampasas.

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  • May 30, 2018

    I attended a free dental opportunity! I was totally pleased with the ectraction! The people were pleasant and the dentist was Great! The bus we waited inside of was airconditioned and the driver was friendly. The wait wasnt bad either. Over all a Good experience and I was thankful to get rid of the pain!

  • May 21, 2020

    hello I have a Question .. I have really bad tooth pain since last night .. And I badly can talk eat or drink .. What can I do ?

  • Dec 4, 2021

    I am a disabled set income person. I need dental work done. I am covered by Humana insurance. Can you office help me?

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