Tri-State Community Health Center - Cumberland OBGYN
Tri-State Community Health Center - Cumberland OBGYN - Cumberland Community Health Center
12502 Willowbrook Rd, Suite 550
Cumberland MD, 21502
Contact Phone:(301) 723-3940
Clinic Details:Opened in 2005, the Tri-State Women’s Health Center offers comprehensive and quality Obstetrics and Gynecology services to women in the Tri-State area. Located in the Medical Arts Building at the Western Maryland Health System campus, Tri-State strives to keep health services close to home.
Remarks: Very professional staffs, onsite laboratory services, EKG, pregnancy test, Strep test, flu test. No insurance no problem.
Details: Primary care Family Clinic serving individuals from 6 months to 110 years old. Free low cost consultation for uninsured $10-$75/ consultation. Provide pediatric, adult and geriatric services, physicals, laboratory services, chronic illness management, urgent care services, child well services, vaccination, immunizations. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Aetna, Carefirst BC BS, Amerigroup, United Healthcare, Humana, Cigna. Call for appointment.
Details: Since 1987, Tri-State Community Health Center has been providing affordable, high quality health services to area residents. Tri-State currently serves almost 20,000 people in the region. We feature board certified Family Practice and OB/GYN Physicians, Nurse Practioners and Physician Assistants delivering a wide range of services for all ages. The very heart of Tri-State Community Health Center’s sites are a staff of people that are dedicated to improve the lives of others in their communities.
Details: For more than 25 years, Mission of Mercy has been providing free healthcare, free dental care and free medications to the uninsured, underinsured and those who “fall through the cracks” of our healthcare system. Since 1994, Mission of Mercy served more than 43,000 patients who have visited the clinics over 217,000 times, dispensed more than 403,000 medications. With the support of 220 mission-driven, medical and non-medical volunteers, Mission of Mercy operates both a mobile medical and a mobile dental clinic. Churches provide host sites for our mobile clinics in Taneytown, Reisterstown, Brunswick and Frederick in Maryland and Gettysburg and Harrisburg in Pennsylvania. Hospitals in each of our serve areas provide free lab work and x-rays for our patients. Mission of Mercy is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. We do not rely on government support, rather, our funding is derived from foundations, corporations, churches, service clubs, workplace giving, individuals and special events.
Details: If you think you might be pregnant and were not planning to be, then you need reliable information about pregnancy, abortion and your options. You also need a safe place to obtain and process that information. Care Net is that safe place. We have staff and volunteers trained and ready to meet with you and respond to your questions and concerns. We can confirm if you are pregnant and give you information on your options to enable you to make an informed decision. As you make choices for your future we are here to help and support you in a way that is free from pressure or judgment. Have you ever thought about your risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI)? Most people don’t realize that they can be infected, but have no symptoms. Our medical professionals will assess your individual risk, test you for the majority of the most common STIs, and educate you about sexual health and wholeness. All of our services are free and confidential. Services are provided to all regardless of income, race, religion or sexual orientation.
Details: The PAVHC was established in 2003, aims to provide basic health care and related services for uninsured low-income people in Montgomery County. The Asian population accounts for 14.7% of the population in Montgomery County, many of which are low-income residents without insurance. Although the government and community groups provide many health and community services, many people are unable to access these services due to language and cultural barriers. The Pan-Asian Clinic is open to all Montgomery County residents, especially Asian residents with language difficulties.
Details: In Fall of 2011, the Arundel House of Hope opened the first free standing (not hospital affiliated) completely free medical clinic in Anne Arundel County. The clinic will offer services to the County’s uninsured through voluntary partnerships with doctors from Baltimore Washington Medical Center and other volunteer physicians from the community. The goal of the clinic is to provide free, comprehensive medical care to those in the most need.