• 885 Connexion Way, Columbia City, IN 46725 | Phone: (260) 564-1946

Open Thursdays 1 pm – 5 pm, Except 5th Thursday and Holidays

It is the mission of the Multi-County Medical Outreach Clinic to provide quality healthcare to the uninsured and underinsured population in Northern Indiana. Our goal is to improve the physical and spiritual well-being of the communities we serve.

The Tools to Live Healthier

We are more than just prescribing medicine


A visit at the Multi-County Medical Outreach Clinic is more than just prescribing medicine. It’s about giving you the tools to live a healthier, longer life. When you come in, we will talk about what is concerning you and then create a plan to help you get on the path to better health.

Providing Needed Care

We will do our best to provide needed care for our patients


The Clinic will do as much as possible to provide the needed care for our patients. If the Clinic cannot provide the services needed we will make arrangements with outside agencies to arrange a referral for further care. The Clinic will work with these agencies to offer the patient services at no cost or at a reduced fee, but we are not able to guarantee these terms.

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!

The clinic is discontinuing office visits due to the risk of the Coronavirus for both clients and staff. We are unable to test for or treat this illness.

A staff member will still be available on clinic days by clinic phone (phone 260-564-1946) from 1pm to 5pm to make prescription refills available to established clients and answer basic health questions for all.

If you have medical needs that require attention, we recommend that you go to the Parkview First Care located next door to our clinic in the same building, Suite 200A , 885 Connexion Way, (phone 260-248-9260).

If you have been exposed to the Coronavirus or are experiencing symptoms (cough, fever over 100 degrees, shortness of breath and flu like symptoms), contact the Parkview phone line for coronavirus at 1-877-774-8632 for phone evaluation regarding the need for testing and further care instructions.

Washing your hands with soap and water frequently for minimum 15 seconds is your first line of defense!