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Health Care Resources

Located within miles of downtown Bloomington, two hospitals and several free and low-cost clinics serve the residents of south central Indiana. In addition, dozens of dentists, doctors and specialists make their practice in Bloomington.

For additional information about health care in Bloomington, visit the Community Health Programs and Outreach webpage, a program sponsored by the Community and Family Resources Department.

Volunteers in Medicine Clinic

The Volunteers in Medicine of Monroe County (VIM) established their free medical clinic in 2007. The clinic provides free health care for some of the more than 13,000 uninsured children and adults in Monroe and Owen Counties.

The clinic is now located at 811 W. Second Street in Bloomington, and their telephone number is 812-333-4001.

More information on Eligibility Guidelines and Services are available on the City website. You may also wish to visit the Volunteers in Medicine of Monroe County Web site.

Southern Indiana Pediatrics provides health care for children, birth through 18 years of age, who do not have health insurance.

Do You Need Health Insurance?

Local Enrollment Assistance

There are several free local resources that can guide you through the process, explain coverage options, answer questions, and help you enroll. Indiana Navigators provide free unbiased assistance and can work with you one-on-one to enroll in health care plans.

24/7 Federal Enrollment Assistance