Free faith-based clinic in Oklahoma City is set for expansion
A free clinic operated by Good Shepherd Ministries in Oklahoma City soon will expand its hours after receiving a grant from the Butterfield Foundation.
Eleven years ago, Katie Wedemeyer walked into Good Shepherd Ministries’ free clinic unsure of what she would find.
Wedemeyer, 65, said she lives in an apartment building adjacent to the clinic and needed help with a sore tooth.
The Oklahoma City woman said she was uninsured and had no money to go to a doctor or dentist. She said she received the necessary treatment free of charge from kindhearted doctors and dentists...
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