Clinic Details:We provide free healthcare to those who need healthcare the most, yet have the least access. Shelter Health Services is a free health clinic providing healthcare and health information to uninsured, medically indigent, homeless women and children living in poverty and staying in the Salvation Army Center of Hope, the region's largest shelter for homeless women and children. All shelter residents may access our free walk-in clinic simply by showing their shelter ID. Lacking money, Medicaid and mobility, for most of our clients, the free clinic is their only source of healthcare.
Details: Mission Statement: To improve the spiritual, physical and psychosocial status to the residents of Mecklenburg and surrounding counties by providing access to the highest quality comprehensive family health and ancillary services to all regardless of their inability to pay.
Details: For the past 15 years, Bethesda Health Center has served the underserved in the Charlotte Mecklenburg area. Our goal has always been to build a healthy community rather than build a larger patient base. The clinic, however, is only one part of our larger community center and plays a vital role in our larger mission: to equip people to live healthy, hopeful, and productive lives. Oftentimes, our patients don’t realize the many other services that are available to them through Camino Community Center, such as an affordable thrift store, fitness programs, and many economic opportunity services. To connect our clinic to our larger organization, and to connect our patients to our other services, we have decided to change our name to Camino Clinic. We will always love the name Bethesda Health Center and the many people we have been able to help under that name. But, to better serve you and the community, we are now Camino Clinic. Although our name is changing, our heart is not.
Location: Huntersville, NC - 28078 | 12.4 miles away
Contact Phone: (704) 316-6611
Details: Lake Norman Community Health Clinic (LNCHC) is the oldest and largest medical provider serving the uninsured in Mecklenburg and South Iredell counties. LNCHC provides acute and chronic care and is open five days a week, with evening clinics on Wednesdays. LNCHC not only focuses on prevention and treatment of disease, but in managing healthy outcomes for patients. Lake Norman Community Health Clinic is accredited by the North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
Details: The Ada Jenkins Free Medical Clinic provides high-quality medical services at no cost to uninsured patients in Northern Mecklenburg county. Primary care and specialty care is available to all ages for both acute and chronic conditions. The Clinic offers an array of services including nurse assessments, lab work, medication management, preventative care, patient education, and referrals for diagnostic testing or specialty care that we cannot provide onsite. Referrals are made between our three health programs to ensure that patients receive comprehensive care to address a variety of health-related issues. Referrals to other Ada Jenkins Center and community partner services are also available. Volunteers make these services possible. Dozens of local primary care physicians, medical specialists, mid-level practitioners, nurses, interpreters and administrators engage as medical clinic volunteers. Davidson College student volunteers play a critical role in clinic operations.