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Dental, Medical & Eye Clinics

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Family Dental & Medical Clinic


MCSA is proud to welcome Community Health Care to our building. This clinic can see both children and adults.

Pediatric Dental Services: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 AM - 5 PM in MCSA's lower level. The age range for service is 0-16 years old. Community Health Care is contracting with the University of Iowa, so dental students and instructors are still involved with pediatric dentistry as they have been since 2005. 

Adult Dental Services: Mondays and Wednesdays, 8 AM - 5 PM in MCSA lower level, staffed by Community Health Care staff.

Medical Services: Every Thursday, 8 AM - 12 PM, in MCSA's lower level, staffed by Community Health Care staff. 

Questions or to schedule an appointment: 563-327-2140


MCSA has hosted dental services for the past 15 years and received the Iowa Community Health Prize, sponsored by Iowa Health Systems, in 2005 in response to establishing the Pediatric Dental Clinic. This award recognizes community-based projects that have improved the health and well-being of the citizens of a community or generally improved the status of community health. The clinic has grown to see an average of more than 700 children annually and is happy to serve both children and adults now!

Adult Vision Clinic



The Adult Vision Clinic is located at MCSA to provide underserved adult Muscatine-area residents with access to eye care and vision correction.


Dr. Peter Korpi is the Director of the Clinic, which is staffed by local volunteer optometrists and offers routine eye examinations and glasses as necessary.


A $10 co-pay is required from each patient, which covers the examination, and as necessary, glasses. 


A client may be referred by MCSA, Muscatine County Community Services, Department of Human Services (DHS) or Community Action when determined they are within 100% of poverty guidelines and do not qualify for other medical assistance programs.


Please call 563-264-3278, for more information.


Patients needing further care (for pre-glaucoma, glaucoma, or other more serious conditions) will be referred to the Ophthalmology Department at the University of Iowa, which serves all Iowa residents, regardless of ability to pay.




Vision Clinic Client testimonial...


 "I wanted to thank you for taking the time to help us out and showing us that there are people that care because it has changed my life. 


Now it's like I see everything for the first time and it feels great.  And not only that, you saved my life because I can now read my prescription bottles and not make a mistake on what I am taking. 


Thank you for letting me see life in a different way."



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