Medical & Eye Clinics

The medical and eye clinics at MOJ serve patients who have no public or private third-party payer coverage and whose personal resources are insufficient to provide for their needed health care. Christian medical professionals from the community volunteer their time, talent, and resources to help others in need.  Those who come to MOJ for medical appointments include people with various religious beliefs, ethnicities, and backgrounds.
"MOJ has been a life saver for me.  Without the care I receive from MOJ and their help keeping me above the wellness line in all areas of my life (physical, emotional, and spiritual), I don't know where I would be.  Words cannot express what a difference MOJ has made."
  • Patients are seen by appointment. Appointments are made from a list that matches patient need with physician / dentist availability.
  • Treatment begins with an intake - a guided self-assessment of physical, relational, emotional, and spiritual health.
  • Patients may receive medication samples and assistance with applications for free medications provided by pharmaceutical companies.
  • Referrals may be made to other medical / dental specialists or facilities whom we partner with for diagnostic procedures or services when available.
  • Vision patients are at times accepted directly into the eye clinic with-in certain guidelines.
  • Referrals may also be made to one of our in-house programs: Transformation Christian Counseling or Transformation Recovery.
  • Physicians offer an acute care clinic most weeks to provide more immediate attention for sudden illnesses.
"...She had come out of alcoholism and drugs and was working on getting a job and getting her life in order.  We praised God for what He was doing, but what stood out was the fact that she had never told any health professional about her background.  She felt it was safe to talk to us about it because she knew we loved the Lord."
A patient who had been coming to MOJ for five years had horrible asthma and COPD. Constantly on steroids for sixteen years, after much care and attention from the physician, she is now completely off of steroids with improved health.  Additionally, recently she lost three close family members within three months.  Feeling overwhelmed, she called and was able to get in to see the Dr. right away.  Not only did she receive some medicine to calm her, she received a great deal of prayer and support from the staff.  She says, "if I hadn't been coming here, life would have taken me over.  God took care of me and my belief in Him is stronger than ever."
To make an appointment:
  • NEW & EXISTING PATIENTS:  Call 340-7400 between the hours of 9am-4pm Monday - Thursday, or 9am-12pm on Friday (closed on holidays).
  • Please note, we do not take medical inquiries via email, so please call us.

If you do not currently have any form of insurance, first call Medicaid at 1-800-987-7767. 
You will be asked a few questions and within 30 minutes you will receive notice whether or not you qualify for Medicaid.  If you do NOT qualify and if you have NO other type of insurance, you MAY qualify to be an MOJ patient.  Please call us then, for more information.

For those who do not qualify to be an MOJ patient, please call Heartline at 211 for other options on charitable clinics.
For a list of free or low-cost clinics in the Oklahoma City area, click HERE.
If you have COVID symptoms (loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath or new cough, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or muscle/body aches), call the Oklahoma County Health Department at 405-425-4489 to get an appointment at a state testing site. If you do get tested, please let MOJ medical staff know so they can follow-up with you.

Click HERE to schedule a COVID test online.
Or visit HERE to view testing sites around the state.