Peoples Clinic Butler County - Clarksville Community Health Center
118 S Main St
Clarksville IA, 50619
Contact Phone:(319) 278-9020
Clinic Details:Peoples Community Health Clinic, Inc. is a nonprofit health care clinic guided by its mission statement to provide access to affordable, compassionate, high quality health care for all, while helping to improve the health of the community as a whole. Care is provided no matter what a person’s financial situation is. Both uninsured and insured patients are welcome. Starting from humble beginnings in the basement of a church in 1976, Peoples Clinic has grown into a 40,000 square foot facility in the heart of downtown Waterloo. It has been at its current location since 1999, and in 2008, Peoples Clinic Butler County (PCBC) opened as a satellite clinic in Clarksville. Both locations are recognized as Patient-Centered Medical Homes, which places focus on building better relationships between patients and their health care team
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