Pines Health Services - St. John Valley Health Center - Van Buren Community Health Center

  • 4 Main St
  • Van Buren ME, 04785
  • Contact Phone: (207) 868-2796
  • Clinic Details: The Pines St. John Valley Health Center in Van Buren continues a proud tradition of providing quality health care services to the people of Van Buren and the surrounding communities. Located at 4 Main Street, the Pines St. John Valley Health Center offers primary care, behavioral health, case management, and prescription assistance.

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  • Services: Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Case Management, Prescription Assistance Services; Obstetrics
  • Remarks: Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 50 hours per week)
  • Payment Method: Sliding Fee Scale, MaineCare, Medicare, Private Health Insurance, Cash, Personal Checks, Discover, Visa, MasterCard
  • Operation Hours: Mon-Fri: 7:00am-5:00pm

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