Manet Community Health Center at North Quincy - Quincy Community Health Center
110 West Squantum Street
Quincy MA, 02171
Contact Phone:(617) 376-3000
Clinic Details:Manet Community Health Center, Inc. serves the broad health needs of South Shore residents through a family practice model of care. A multi-site community based health center, Manet works to ensure that its patients have access to all levels of the health care system. Manet is especially committed to providing services for the medically underserved.
Services:Family Medicine; Pediatric Medicine; Internal Medicine; Infectious Disease Medicine; Prenatal and Gynecological care; Newborn and Well Child Care; Immunizations; Chronic Disease Management; HIV and STI Screening, and Risk Reduction Counseling; Lab
Payment Method:Sliding Fee Scale; Commercial: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, United Health Care, Tufts Health Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Fallon Health; Government/State: Medicare, MassHealth (Medicaid), Neighborhood Health Plan, Boston Medical Center Health Net Plan, Children’s Medical Security Plan, Health Safety Net, CeltiCare Health, Tufts Health Public Plan (Network Health); Medicare Replacement Plans: Tufts Senior Care Options, United Senior Care Options, Commonwealth Care Alliance, Senior Whole Health, Navicare, Blue Cross Medicare Advantage; Vision: EyeMed (Aetna, Network Health Fallon, Tufts), Davis Vision, Opticare (Celticare), Spectra (United), Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Details: South Cove Community Health Center ('South Cove') is the premier Asian community health center of Massachusetts. Founded in 1972, South Cove provides medical and behavioral health services and youth and family programs for approximately 32,000 clients at four locations in the greater Boston area. Our mission is to improve the health and well being of all medically underserved in Massachusetts, with a special focus on Asian Americans. This mission is accomplished by providing high quality, community-based health care and health promotion programs that are accessible and linguistically and culturally competent for these populations.
Details: Since 1985, our mission has remained the same: to provide or assure access to the highest quality health care for all homeless men, women and children in the greater Boston area. We believe it has been and continues to be medicine that matters: Vulnerable patients are kept alive and get help managing chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension and cancer; Dedicated clinical and non-clinical staff share their passion for a vibrant mission and support each other in bringing the mission alive; Generous donors find a fulfilling way to respond to the feelings of helplessness that come with concern for those on the street; Shelter partners benefit from BHCHP's medical expertise while focusing on their core mission, avoiding wasteful duplication of services; Boston's many hospitals can depend on BHCHP as an alternative to the emergency room as well as a safe discharge location for medically vulnerable patients. BHCHP's targeted, compassionate management of limited resources yields everyday successes that are a living tribute to the ideals of a just society.