As the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis continues to unfold, Church Health has modified clinic and appointment procedures to protect our patients, employees and volunteers from unnecessary risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Our Walk-in Clinic is Open By Appointment Only! If you are sick or injured, you must call 901-272-0003 to make an appointment and to receive appointment instructions. If you do have an appointment, no more than 1 healthy person (child, parent, interpreter) should accompany a patient to an appointment, and then ONLY if you require personal assistance.

Church Health is now offering free drive-thru Coronavirus testing by appointment only. If you feel like you need to be tested, please call 901-272-0003 to speak to a representative. You will be pre-screened for a drive-thru test appointment. You do NOT have to be a Church Health patient to be tested. Those with appointments for drive-thru must come in a car.  All individuals who go through testing at Church Health will receive a box of food, courtesy of the Mid-South Food Bank.

All patients should check their Patient Portal frequently for updates. If you have problems logging in, please call 901-272-0003.

All of our clinics are open. Please call 901-272-0003 for an appoinemtn or click the button below. 
Health Coaches will make phone consults and mail resources to patients.

Our registered dietitian will have all visits via telehealth. Please call 901-701-2220 to schedule your appointment.


In order to keep everyone safe, Church Health has canceled all programming until further noticeThank you for your understanding as we all adjust to changes in the face of the COVID-19. For updates, please check


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Memphis Clergy COVID-19 Response serves as a resource for faith community leaders in response to COVID-19. We will share how faith-based organizations can adapt and continue to serve their communities. 


Congregations often first hear that our friends or church family members are sick through the congregational prayer chain, emails, or exchanging information on Sunday mornings. At a time when many members may be anxious about the potential impact of COVID-19, congregations can offer trustworthy information when questions arise and also help to slow the transmission of the virus. Church Health works closely with public health experts and health care partners to ensure we have the most reliable and current information available for our partners in faith:


    Dear Friends,

    Church Health’s mission is “to reclaim the biblical commitment to care for our bodies and spirits.” As we face COVID-19, we are doing ever more to focus our energy, attention, and resources to readily care for the bodies and spirits of all who seek help and guidance and all who work alongside us.

    We must do what it takes to care for the most vulnerable people in our community and continue our most critical services.

    Friends, Church Health has always practiced sound safety and prevention measures. And it works. We will continue to provide care, counsel and support to uninsured, underserved patients and their families who need us every single day.

    We thank you for your prayers, your generosity and your talents that help us Care for One Another.



    Scott Morris, M.D., M.Div.
    Founder & CEO
    Church Health

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