Dallas County Health Center - Selma Community Health Center
228 Selma Ave
Selma AL, 36701
Contact Phone:(334) 877-1490
Clinic Details:Rural Health Medical Program, Inc.(RHMP) was established in October 1977 to provide comprehensive, quality, primary and preventive health care services. As the name implies, RHMP began in the rural environment and has grown to serve patients from both urban and rural areas. The quality and value of our services attract patients from all economic groups. We have patient centers in Selma, Uniontown, Marion, Camden, and Pine Apple, AL.
Details: Franklin Primary Health Center is a non-profit, federally qualified health center founded in 1975 by Dr. Marilyn Aiello and a group of concerned citizens who recognized the need for quality health care in the underserved Davis Avenue community (now Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue community). Franklin Primary Health Center is named after Dr. James Alexander Franklin, a physician, scholar, and humanitarian who faithfully served his community for over 60 years.
Details: Cahaba Medical Care is a community health center and a patient centered medical home located in Centreville, Alabama, that provides comprehensive primary care services including treatment and management of chronic and acute diseases; pediatric care; women’s health services; prenatal care and delivery services; dermatological services; sports medicine services; mental healthcare and more. Additionally, we have the technology and staff to perform on-site procedures such as x-ray, ultrasound, laboratory tests, and echocardiograms and womens health procedures. We currently have 25 healthcare providers, three social workers, and a team of nurses and medical assistants whose job it is to assist our patients in becoming healthier individuals.
Details: HEALS, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Huntsville, Alabama dedicated to providing accessible quality, school-based primary health care for children through collaborative efforts with the Huntsville City/Madison County school systems and the medical community. By providing on-site medical, dental and optometry care, mental health counseling, and social services at our participating schools, HEALS, Inc. makes an immediate difference in the lives of many children.
Details: Opened in 1992, The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital is a specially designed "superclinic" for outpatient care, housing more than 600 physicians in 35 specialties and serving more than 2,000 patients a day. Twenty years later, The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital is one of the busiest outpatient centers in America and is world-renowned for its focus on compassion, dedication and excellence for our patients and families. With more than 257 exam rooms and many nationally-ranked specialties, the Clinic's staff combines clinical care with teaching and research to provide an environment that best serves the patient. In order to tailor our treatments to our patients' and families' needs, we collaborate and communicate with them extensively to deliver the ultimate patient experience and highest quality of care. The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital transitioned to an outpatient department of UAB Hospital on March 1, 2014. For more information on that transition and what it means to patients, please visit our hospital-based outpatient information page. From cardiac care to neurological disorders, infusion treatments or internal medicine, The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital offers excellent care that is both compassionate and convenient. Our patients are at the heart of everything we do.
Details: Most months we are able to see between 15 and 20 people. If more than that come, there will be a drawing at 7:30 am to decide who will be seen that day. There is no need to come early to get in line. If your name is drawn, you will have a brief medical screening at the church, then we will take you to the dentist's office to have your work done, and bring you back to the church.
Details: The Red Crescent Clinic of Alabama is a free health clinic and is a collaborative effort by the Birmingham Islamic Society and the Association of Physicians of Pakistani-descent in North America (Alabama chapter). Our mission is to provide high quality primary care services to everyone regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or ability to pay. The clinic is a nonprofit medical group comprised of volunteer staff donating their time and talents to serve those in need throughout Alabama. Our ultimate goal is to provide comprehensive primary care to the medically underserved, and ultimately benefit the Alabama community as a whole.
Details: Thrive Alabama is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with locations in Huntsville, Florence, and Albertville. The agency serves more than 4,000 people with services that include adult primary healthcare, pediatrics, behavioral healthcare, sexually transmitted infection treatment, HIV prevention, nutritional counseling, social work services, and more. For more information about Thrive Alabama, visit www.thrivealabama.org.
Details: The mission of the Family Health Care Clinic, Inc. is to work towards ensuring the highest obtainable level of physical and dental health for every individual eligible for services; increase the accessibility, acceptability, continuity, and quality of health care and well being of every citizen; contain cost of health resources; foster the development of health education and screening programs which can be accomplished within the resources available; perform and carry out other such functions as may be necessary to improve the health of residents of the services area; assure the safety of the patient and general public when facilities and services are utilized; and perform other charitable purposes as may be amended from time to time or per any applicable federal or state laws or rules and regulations may from time to time be in affect.