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OU Physicians Bedlam Clinic

Bedlam Clinics

The OU-TU School of Community Medicine and OU Physicians serve the Tulsa community by providing free healthcare through the OU Bedlam Clinic. This clinic serves individuals who do not have any type of insurance coverage.

Appointments & Locations

For Appointment Call: 918-619-4400

Free Evening Clinic
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Hours: 5:00-9:00 p.m.
Patients must arrive by 4:30 p.m.
Appointments start at 5:00 pm
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OU Physicians Family Medicine Center
1111 S. St. Louis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74120
(uninsured adults only)

Longitudinal Clinic
OU Physicians Family Medicine Center
1111 S. St. Louis Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74120
(uninsured adults by referral only)

What to Bring to an OU Bedlam Clinic Appointment

To ensure the best possible care, please bring the following to your visit:

  1. Proof of ID: Government issued ID such as drivers license or passport, employee ID card, etc.
  2. Proof of Insurance: If applicable
  3. All Medications in Original Container: All medications including over the counter and prescription
  4. Questions: Bring a list of questions with you to each visit, and plan to actively participate in your treatment.
  5. Family Members: Please bring a family member with you to help with questions, concerns, and follow-up instructions. Patients, families and/or guardians are responsible for taking action to understand the recommended course of treatment and what is expected of them.
  6. Medical History: Please provide a complete medical history to ensure proper care. Patients are responsible for providing accurate, complete information to OU Bedlam staff on any matter relating to their health. Bring all information about your present medical condition, past illnesses, surgeries and hospitalizations.
  7. Allergy Information: It is essential that you provide information on all food and drug allergies.
  8. Emergency Contact Information: Patients must provide accurate personal and emergency contact information, and provide all insurance information