Palms Medical Group - Starke - Starke Community Health Center
550 Georgia St
Starke FL, 32091
Contact Phone:(904) 364-2900
Clinic Details:Our Mission is to improve health, wellness and life by providing a compassionate medical home, while promoting training and education. Our focus is on meeting patient needs, without regard for the patient’s ability to render payment.
Details: Children's Medical Center was founded in 1988 by Dr. Villar. The practice, which began as a small office in Perry, FL, has grown and is now the largest pediatric group in rural North Florida. We now have eight offices conveniently located throughout North Florida. Children's Medical Center is dedicated to providing friendly service and the highest quality pediatric care to your child. It is our vision to work together with you to promote a healthy environment for your child.We are proud to be a part of your community where we are caring for tomorrow's leaders.
Details: The Alachua County Organization for Rural Needs, Inc. ACORN Clinic is a nationally-recognized program that provides low-cost medical, dental and social services care to residents of North Central Florida. ACORN Clinic was founded in 1974 when two area churches funded volunteers to meet the healthcare needs of their community. The group initially focused on home visits and social service referrals. In 1976, ACORN Clinic established a medical clinic to meet the area’s growing healthcare needs and later expanded its services by starting a dental clinic in 1987. ACORN Clinic uses volunteers to provide high-quality, low-cost healthcare to low-income patients without insurance and with little financial resources to pay for their medical needs. With its unique volunteer model, the clinic leverages $1.13 million in volunteer time and donated medicine and supplies valued at over $883,000 (2015 figures). ACORN Clinic is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization serving residents of Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, Union and other counties in North Central Florida. ACORN Clinic receives funding from United Way of North Central Florida, Alachua, Bradford and Union County, civic groups, churches, foundations and private donors. Patients are seen on a sliding scale basis and we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance.