Tri-County Family Health Care - Greenville Low Cost Clinic
193 NW US 221
Greenville FL, 32331
Contact Phone:(850) 948-2840
Services:General Primary Medical Care, Diagnostic Laboratory, Screenings(Cancer, Communicable Diseases, Cholesterol, Blood lead test for elevated blood lead level, Pediatric vision, hearing and dental), Non-Emergency Medical Services, Voluntary Family Planning
Remarks:Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round
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