Bledsoe County Primary Health Center - Pikeville Community Health Center
3625 Main Street
Pikeville TN, 37367
Contact Phone:(423) 447-6287
Clinic Details:ORHC was established in 1978 with a vision of bringing quality healthcare to rural Southeast Tennessee. Since opening our doors, we have expanded our service footprint to include Meigs, Rhea, Bledsoe, Grundy, and Bradley counties. Each location offers a minimum of two providers as well as a caring support staff of nurses and office management to meet all of your medical needs. In order to better serve our community, extended hours are offered throughout the week to accommodate your busy schedule. For non-insured and low-income patients, we offer a sliding-scale payment plan (based on your income).
Details: As a public health agency, we work to promote and protect the health of everyone in our community. We track and monitor diseases, conduct extensive health education and outreach, provide and connect people with care, enforce food safety and air quality laws and regulations, prepare for public health emergencies, and more - all with the goal to ensure the conditions in which every Knox County resident can be healthy. We have nine divisions and employ more than 260 professionals including public health educators, epidemiologists, physicians, environmentalists, nurses, nutritionists, emergency preparedness specialists and many others.
Details: Cherokee Health Systems is committed to ensuring every Tennessean has access to effective, high-quality care. We don’t think anything should stop someone from getting the care they need, and that’s why we make our services available to anyone who needs them. We offer a wide array of comprehensive health services, including primary care, behavioral health, dental, and pharmacy. All of our services are available to children, adults, and seniors who have coverage through private insurance plans, coverage through state programs like TennCare or CoverKids, and those who have no insurance coverage. We proudly offer sliding-fee scales to those who meet certain household size and income guidelines.
Details: For over 36 years, Hope Clinic has been at the forefront of care for women facing the toughest choices combining practical care with a merciful, non-judgmental approach. We put the client first. We equip her. We help all individuals involved choose health. We bring them point to hope and healing with a mind, body, spirit approach. Hope Clinic was founded by a group of community leaders, pastors, priests, physicians and volunteers to meet the unique needs of women in unplanned pregnancies in a safe and confidential environment. We began by offering pregnancy tests, options counseling by trained lay volunteers, and free maternity and baby items. We were founded on the belief that a women’s life should be valued just as highly as the child she carries and we continue to hold to that belief. While our services have expanded through the years, our commitment to her has stayed true.
Details: Free Medical Clinic provides no-charge primary care and wellness services to low-income, uninsured residents of Anderson, Morgan and Roane counties who otherwise would not have access to the medical care they need.
Details: The Helping Hands Clinic, located in Morristown, TN, is a free clinic providing primary healthcare to the people who live or work in Hamblen County and who do not have medical insurance. Since October 2003, the Helping Hands Clinic has been the primary care provider for the uninsured residents and employees of Hamblen County with a household income of less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Currently we provide primary care to over 2500 patients at no charge to the patient. We employ one nurse practitioner but apart from that, all the providers at the clinic are volunteers and receive no compensation for their work.
Details: Volunteers in Medicine, Chattanooga, Inc. (VIM Chattanooga) is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) primary care clinic. Volunteer physicians and nurses provide free medical services to financially eligible adults who are uninsured. The mission of the VIM Chattanooga Clinic is to understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved in our community by providing quality, compassionate and personalized care in a faith-based caring environment. Our patients are why we exist. And every person we serve, be you a patient or a volunteer, is worth the care we give.
Details: FRIENDS IN NEED Health Center Inc. opened its doors in 1995 when community leaders identified the need for healthcare services for the medically under-served people living and working in the greater Kingsport area. The community agencies involved included Holston Valley Medical Center, Junior League of Kingsport, and several local churches. From those humble beginnings, the organization has grown from 500 patient visits in 1995 to an anticipated 6,700 patient encounters in 2019. To an anticipated 15,000 patient expected in 2020.
Details: The Tennessee Biker Medical Clinic provides quality, affordable health care to a growing number of Biker Families with no health care means at all. The Tennessee Biker Medical Clinic was founded by Pastor Ron Baptiste, Founder and Senior Pastor of Covenant Confirmers Ministries, Inc. in 2006. This ministry contains chapters in other states besides Tennessee and provides not only the ministerial needs of the community but has “support group meetings", Saturday night “Clubhouse” for the teens and now the Tennessee Biker Medical Clinic.