United Medical and Social Services - SANFORD Community Health Center
1660 W Airport Blvd.
SANFORD FL, 32773
Contact Name:Anwar Syed
Clinic Details:Free Primary Health Care and Mental Health-Care clinic for the low income and uninsured patients. Operated by experienced doctors and medical professionals in the community. Access to free and subsidized medications and labs. No fees charged. Appointments can be made online.
Services:Primary Adult Health Care, Treatment for chronic diseases, Mental Health Prevention & Wellness Immunizations, Flu and Hepatitis A Screening: A1C, Cholesterol, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, STD, and HIV; Consultations
Remarks:Located in Sanford on intersection of AIrport Blvd. and HE Thomas, Lynx Bus Stop : LN 651
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