Details: The Saint Thomas Family Health Centers are committed to providing high-quality primary care to uninsured and underinsured adults and children. We serve your community and we are open to everyone, regardless of ability to pay. The South Clinic has been providing primary care services since its doors opened in December 2001. The first ever Latino-focused family clinic in South Nashville, all personnel at the South Clinic are bilingual.
Details: The Department of Health works to promote, protect and improve the health and well-being of Tennesseans. Keeping people healthy by preventing problems that contribute to disease and injury is the overall emphasis of the Department. Responsibilities include immunizing children against measles, recruiting doctors to practice in rural medically underserved areas of Tennessee, offering early prenatal care and proper nutrition to pregnant women, ensuring that restaurants meet standards of cleanliness, and performing laboratory tests ensuring safe drinking water.
Details: Since 1991, University Community Health Services has addressed the financial, cultural, and language barriers that prevent access to health care. As a not-for-profit charitable organization, we provide affordable and quality primary medical, dental, and behavioral health care, along with pharmacy services at our Federally Qualified Health Care (FQHC) clinics, and workplace primary care services to private and public employers.
Remarks: Patients pay between $20 and $50 per visit based on their income and number of dependents; Faith Family Medical Clinic does not accept walk-ins. Call (615) 341-0808 to make a new patient appointment or for more information
Details: The purpose of Faith Family Medical Clinic is to provide the residents of greater Nashville who do not have health insurance with affordable, quality primary medical care. Faith Family seeks to become the family physician for these residents. With a low-cost primary care provider available to them, people will be able to seek out medical care at the onset of of any problems. Treatment can then begin early-on instead of after their conditions have become more complicated. Clinic patients will also benefit from counseling and education services designed to help them achieve a healthier lifestyle.
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless
Details: Cherokee Health Systems' roots are planted firmly in East Tennessee. Since 1960, we have served the health care needs of our neighbors. Our philosophy is simple, we believe the best approach to wellness involves treating both the body and mind. That's why we offer an array of comprehensive primary care, behavioral health, and prevention programs and services. Whether you need medical, dental or behavioral health care, our compassionate, dedicated staff is here to help you.
Details: Community Health of East Tennesee, Inc. is a local agency providing health, education, social and community services for Campbell and surrounding counties. For many people our services are "hope" for getting help where there has been despair.