Clinic Details:HealthReach Community Health Centers is a non-profit Maine organization. Together, more than 200 dedicated medical and dental providers and support personnel deliver high quality primary care services to 30,000 residents and visitors annually - regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Our 11 federally qualified health centers serve more than 80 cities and towns in Central and Western Maine.
Services:Affordable Care and Prescription Assistance Programs, Behavioral Health Services, Care of Acute and Chronic Illnesses, Checkups for the Entire Family, Emergency Coverage-24/7, on-call, Family Planning Services, Hospital Services and House Calls as needed,
Operation Hours:Walk-In Hours: Monday through Friday (no appointment needed - acute visits only) 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM. Day: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Evening: Monday and Tuesday 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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Details: HealthReach Community Health Centers (HRCHC) is a system of eleven federally qualified health centers, which provide health care and additional services in rural communities of Central and Western Maine. We welcome residents and visitors of all ages to our practices.
Remarks: Sliding-Fee; Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday: 7:30 am - 5 pm Appointments and Walkin's Accepted
Details: We are a non profit organization and our mission is to improve the oral health of adults and children in central Maine, offer crisis intervention, as well as preventive and basic dental services, education, and outreach.
Details: HealthReach Community Health Centers is a non-profit Maine organization. Together, more than 200 dedicated medical and dental providers and support personnel deliver high quality primary care services to 30,000 residents and visitors annually - regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Our 11 federally qualified health centers serve more than 80 cities and towns in Central and Western Maine.
Details: Maine Primary Care Association offers a number of opportunities through our SEARCH Program (Student/Resident Experiences And Rotations in Community Health) for students and residents to experience medicine in an underserved primary care setting in Maine. Our host sites can be found throughout the state and offer placements for the following primary care disciplines:
Details: Migrant and seasonal farm workers (MSFWs) are one of our countryâ€™s least visible populations. The health status of MSFWs is compromised due to the physically demanding nature of their work, the potential for substandard housing, little to no access to care, and geographic isolation. Most MSFWs live below the poverty line, lack health insurance, experience interruptions in their medical care, and may struggle with issues of immigration status. MSFWs also face a lack of culturally and linguistically appropriate services and may be unfamiliar with the local health system or other resources.
Location: Augusta, ME - 04330-7451 | 22.5 miles away
Contact Phone: 207-622-9252
Remarks: Migrant Health Center
Details: Maine Migrant Health Program is our stateâ€™s only farmworker health organization. Our collaborative model involves folks who carry the commitment to make a difference in the lives of Maineâ€™s farmworkers. By linking agricultural workers to care and services, we aim to reduce health disparities and inequities of access for this workforce. Putting fruits and vegetables on ALL or our tables is not only vital work, it positively impacts our collective health.