Our mission:

Making quality health care affordable and accessible.

Variety Care is all about health and health for all! As a non-profit community health center with 15 locations, 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.

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  • Oklahoma Caring Vans Partner with Variety Care

    Aug 11, 2022

    The Oklahoma Caring Foundation’s signature Caring Van program will collaborate with Variety Care’s nursing staff to provide access to preventive health services—like immunizations—to qualifying children and adults in Oklahoma City and surrounding counties.

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  • Variety Care CLOSURE on Monday, August 8th

    Jul 19, 2022

    ALL Variety Care clinic locations will be closed on Monday, August 8, 2022 for an important update. WIC will remain open. Pharmacies will also remain open for prescription pick-up ONLY. Read the full story to learn more.

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  • National Association of Community Health Centers Appoints Lance Evans to National Advisory Group

    Feb 7, 2022

    Variety Care is proud to announce the appointment of Lance Evans, director of communications, to the Health Center Workforce Diversity Data & Metrics National Advisory Group. The group is convened by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) in collaboration with The George Washington University Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity.

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