John sought care from the Pocatello Free Clinic in March of 2013. He has no insurance and hasn’t worked for several years due to severe neurological symptoms caused by a subarachnoid cyst. His symptoms resolved after having a brain shunt inserted. A few months after this procedure, John came to our clinic complaining of nausea,[…]
Matt came to the Pocatello Free Clinic (PFC) in January 2013 hoping to be seen that day by a doctor. Matt did not have medical insurance and was homeless and living in a van. We normally operate off a waiting list but luckily, Dr. Bill Woodhouse was there that day and made time for him.[…]
The only viable choice for clients staying at the Emergency Shelter is the Pocatello Free Clinic. The clinic has been an integral part of Pocatello’s health service providers for over 40 years and many of our low-income households depend on the clinic for help with their medical and dental needs.
I get paid by the hour (as a delivery driver) and work when my employer calls me up. I don’t have any insurance. My bad teeth and infected gums caused me so much pain I couldn’t take the jobs when my boss called, and almost got fired. But the dental help I got from the[…]