MSU Care

MSU Care serves adult patients, ages 18-64, who have no health insurance, are not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare and have a household income equal to or less than 150% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).


Patients who are unable to provide documented verification of income must provide a signed statement of income and why (s)he is unable to provide documented verification. The patient is evaluated and reviewed for eligibility every six months.

All applicants who are eligible at MSU Care will receive free care for services rendered only at MSU Care. For services referred out by the MSU Care team, the Mercy Hospital Charity Care process will apply. Charity Care eligibility is based upon family/household size and income.


  • Healthcare - Low Income
  • Mental Healthcare Assistance
  • Men
  • Seniors

Category Details

Healthcare - Low Income

What to bring.


Ages 18-64

Healthcare - Low Income


  • Physical examinations
  • Blood tests
  • Some X-rays
  • Education to patients about their health conditions
  • Referrals to specific medical specialties, including mental health services
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Referrals to physical therapy
  • Medications for treatment of health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and asthma, according to specific formulary.

O’Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center, 640 E Cherry St #105, Springfield, MO 65897