Hotz Scoggins Family Medical Center - Albany Community Health Center
401 S. Madison St.
Albany GA, 31701
Contact Phone:(229) 405-6959
Clinic Details:Feeling sick and need to see a doctor quickly? The staff at our Hotz Scoggins Family Medical Center knows that when you are ill, you want to feel better quickly and without a lot of hassle. Our Center provides treatment for all of your primary care needs, such as colds, sore throats, rashes, earaches and more. Why wait to see a doctor when we can see you right now at the Hotz Scoggins Family Medical Center? We’ll see you today. No appointment needed. Walk-ins are welcome!
Details: Serving the community of South Albany, SAMC has been the primary health care provider in this service area since 2005. Initially offering Internal Medicine and Geriatric services, SAMC expanded in 2007 to include pediatric services as well. This broadened their ability to provide services to all members of the family. SAMC is additionally the AAPHC facility which is open on Saturdays to provide urgent care services to the Albany community and in particular, AAPHC patients.
Details: Specializing in Dentistry and Podiatry, the staff at WADMC strive to meet the expanding needs of AAPHC’s patient base. Quality primary care includes the basic health care needs of individuals as well as the additional services that make for a fully complemented health care delivery system. The doors to this facility opened in 2009 for dental services and podiatry was added in 2011.
Details: MWWHC opened in 2009 to provide specialized obstetrical and gynecological care to women of all ages. Staffed by a highly trained team of health care providers and with a state of the art diagnostic imaging system (including 3D-4D ultrasound and Dexascan imaging), MWWHC can meet all of your women’s health care needs at this location.
Details: Albany is a metropolitan community with a slow and steady way of life. Large enough to meet the “big city” needs of many, but with a small town feel. A community that cares about its citizens and a place where names and faces are not forgotten. You can find this same atmosphere within the Albany Area Primary Health Care family. Serving the Southwest Georgia community since 1979, AAPHC is a non-profit community health center with offices in Baker, Calhoun, Dooly, Dougherty, Lee, and Terrell Counties and is governed by a board of local citizens. We provide care in the specialties of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Podiatry as well as General Dentistry. Services are provided by highly trained professionals. Our offices are open to the general public, adults and children, regardless of residence, income or insurance coverage. Albany Area Primary Health Care, Inc. develops partnerships with our patients in the context of family and community. As a community health center it is our goal to offer a broad range of primary care services. We strive to provide comprehensive, coordinated, and continuous care to all who access our services. AAPHC is proud that all qualifying clinical locations operated by AAPHC are recognized Patient Centered Medical Homes by the National Center for Quality Assurance. Come see what we have to offer!
Details: Staffed by highly trained laboratory personnel, the Albany Area Laboratory is a moderate-complex CLIA certified laboratory servicing all clinical locations of AAPHC. Opening in 2011, the AALab is also a state of the art laboratory processing center.
Details: Our largest clinic, EAMC specializes in primary care for adults only. Originally opened in 1980 using modular units, the permanent structure was built in 1985. In 2011, EAMC received a renovation that expanded the clinical services space at this location in order for more individuals to receive services. This renovation also updated the décor of this location and improved the handicap accessibility.
Details: Albany Area Primary Health Care (AAPHC) introduces our new Behavioral Wellness Center to residents of Southwest Georgia. AAPHC is now able to provide case management services, counseling services, psychiatric services, mental health services, substance abuse services and group therapy services. AAPHC is proud to care for our patients in both mind and body well-being.
Details: Ensuring quality care is available for our youngest citizens is the mission of EAPC which opened their doors in 1997. This clinic provides care to children and adolescents ages 0 to 18 years after which they can be referred to East Albany Medical Center for continuation of primary care services. EAPC recently completed a renovation which was conducted to improve the flow of patient care services and enhance the features of this facility.
Details: The Rural Clinic is AAPHC’s HIV/AIDS specialty clinic providing primary care and HIV/AIDS specific care to those infected with HIV/AIDS. Introduced in 1990, AAPHC has over 22 years of experience providing the full range of health and social services to this population.