Our mission:

Making quality health care affordable and accessible for all.

Variety Care is all about health and health for all! As a non-profit community health center, our team is dedicated to making it more convenient and less expensive for you and your family to receive medical care.

  • We accept SoonerCare / Medicaid
  • We accept Medicare
  • We accept most private insurance plans
  • Uninsured and underinsured patients may qualify to pay on a sliding fee scale
  • We can help you sign up for SoonerCare or Insurance Marketplace coverage
  • We distribute and accept Migrant Farmworker Vouchers

We provide care to all persons, regardless of income, residency status, employment, health insurance coverage or ability to pay for services. You do not have to be a resident of any specific city, county or area to access our services.

NCQA Recognized Patient Centered Medical Home

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  • Variety Care Joins Largest National HIV Testing Day Event in Partnership with Walgreens and Greater Than HIV

    Jun 25, 2024

    Variety Care is proud to participate in the largest coordinated National HIV Testing Day event June 27, 2024, in collaboration with Walgreens and Greater Than HIV, a public information initiative of KFF. This nationwide effort will provide free rapid HIV testing at more than 550 Walgreens locations, including Walgreens #4098 at 5120 North May Avenue in Oklahoma City.

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  • Variety Care and NorthCare enter strategic alignment

    Jun 17, 2024

    Oklahoma City – Variety Care, Oklahoma's largest community health center, proudly announces it has entered a strategic alignment with NorthCare, a leading provider of behavioral health services for Oklahomans living with mental illness, trauma and addiction.

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  • Variety Care Launches Cutting-Edge Clinic in Hobart, Oklahoma

    May 24, 2024

    Hobart, OK – Variety Care, Oklahoma's largest community health center, proudly announces the establishment of a groundbreaking clinic in Hobart, Oklahoma.

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