People's Health Centers - Maplewood Low Cost Clinic

  • 7200 Manchester Rd
  • Maplewood MO, 63112
  • Contact Phone: (314) 781-9162
  • Clinic Details: Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers through its mission provides quality health care and social services to thousands of uninsured and medically underserved people in the St. Louis community. People’s Health Centers also offers client-centered cluster visits, community health education, nursing, mobile van outreach, school-linked services and preventive health services.

  • Website: https://phcenters.org/
  • Remarks: Closed

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