SET Family Medical Clinics, founded in 1990 by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. A Senior Well Being Clinic began in 1991 for low-income seniors providing health assessments, blood pressure and weight checks.
In 1993, attempting to meet the growing need of those unable to afford health insurance, SET Family Medical Clinics established a family medical clinic in collaboration with a Community Center and two local volunteer doctors. Before long, SET Family Medical Clinics opened clinics at two more community centers to serve the uninsured.
In 1995, SET took over the operation of the homeless medical clinic located at the Marian House Soup Kitchen. We are proud to now have 3 exam rooms at the Hanifen Self-sufficiency center to serve the homeless 5 days a week.
In 2003, SET Family Medical Clinics consolidated and relocated all three family clinics to the St. Francis Health Center Building. This clinic is designed to meet the needs of those in the community who don't have access to quality healthcare due to being uninsured, under-insured or low income. The clinic now serves the community 5 days a week and offers evening hours to accommodate those who work during the day.
SET Family Medical Clinic also has a Comprehensive Healthcare Re-entry Program for Ex-offenders (CHRP) and SET's Larry R. Smith, MD Health Literacy Center.
SET Family Medical Clinics is here to serve, empower and transform the people in the Pikes Peak Region, with support from grants, donations and sponsors.