Health care for all ages, including obstetrical, pediatrics, geriatrics, general medical care, women's health, reproductive health, prenatal, obstetrics and gynecology, and radiology/ultrasound.
Blood testing for lead.
HIV testing and counseling.
Tuberculosis prevention and case management.
Immunizations for children and adults, including flu vaccines. COVID vaccines available in office or at home.
Screening and treatment for cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cholesterol, and depression.
Routine services such as pap smears, school physicals, prenatal visits, well baby exams, physicals and other routine healthcare procedures. Follow-up visits for patients with diabetes, elevated blood lead levels, hypertension, behavioral health concerns, and other on-going health problems are also routine activities at the clinic.
Health education is integrated into each patient's visit. Nutrition, disease prevention and management are taught to patients individually and in groups. Educational follow-up, care coordination, management and peer education, including care for sexually transmitted diseases, latent tuberculosis, high lead levels, prenatal care, and care for chronic diseases (asthma, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and depression).
Specialist referrals for services not available at the clinic are made for all patients. Appointments for patients without insurance and/or limited income are made through Hope Medical Outreach Coalition volunteer physicians and facilities.
Agency: OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
Languages Available: English and Spanish; other languages via telephone interpreters
Fees: Accepts most insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid; for uninsured patients, a sliding fee scale is offered based on one month's income
Intake: Call for an appointment
Eligibility: No restrictionsAreas Served: