White House Clinics - Mt. Vernon - Mount Vernon Community Health Center
116 Progress Drive
Mount Vernon KY, 40456
Contact Phone:(606) 256-2143
Clinic Details:Highly skilled physicians, pharmacists, dentists, mental health professionals, personal health coaches, educators and nutritionists that deliver progressive, patient-centered healthcare right here at home. Now celebrating our 44th year of service, we boast 9 state-of-the-art-facilities, offer on-site pharmacies and labs plus extended evening hours and Saturday clinics. White House Clinics are proud to offer quality healthcare to all members of our community. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and as a Federally Qualified Health Care Center, we receive federal funding to offset costs for uninsured and low-income patients.
Payment Method:Sliding Fee Scale; All Savers (UHC); Aetna-(All plans); Aetna Medicare; Allied Health Benefits; Anthem BCBS-(All Plans); Anthem Medicare Advantage; ASR Health Benefits; Baptist Health; Baptist Health Plan Single Source; Caresource-All plans; Champ Va; Cigna; Gateway Health; GEHA/ASA; Humana Choice Medicare; Humana Gold Plus; Humana Medicare PPO; Humana-All Plans; Medicaid; Medicaid Aetna Better Health of KY; Medicaid Anthem; Medicaid Humana Caresource; Medicaid Passport; Medicaid Wellcare; Medicare; Optum Health Behavioral Solutions; Railroad Medicare; Tricare/Tricare For Life; UHC- Student Resources; United Behavioral Health; United Healthcare; United Healthcare Medicare Advantage; United Healthcare Medicare Solutions; United Healthcare Shared Services (UHSS); United Health Integrated Services (UHIS); UMR
Operation Hours:Mon-Fri: 8:00am-6:00pm
Latest Reviews, Comments, Questions for Toksook Bay Sub-Regional Clinic
There are no comments at this time. Be the first to submit.
Details: The Pike County Complex provides outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse services for children, adolescents, and adults. Located beside the Pike County Health Department across from Pikeville Medical Center.
Details: Neighborhoods can no longer be thought of as individuals with many needs and problems, but rather as diverse groups of individuals with many gifts and assets. Every neighborhood has a unique set of skills and capacities that can be utilized for community development. Most neighborhoods address social and economic problems with only a small amount of their total capacity. SCHC’s goal is to engage everyone; everyone has something to offer! SCHC seeks to care for the whole person. True transformation occurs when every resident has access to opportunities that encourage hope and ensure their self-sufficiency.
Details: At Glasgow Pediatric Healthcare we have been taking care of the children of the south central Kentucky region since 1997. Collectively our providers represent many years of advanced training and experience. We continue to maintain a model of traditional care in which we firmly believe that our providers are the best equipped to take care of all aspects of your child's care. Whether it is answering a simple question on the phone or providing and coordinating care to children with complex medical needs, we are always available. We actively encourage and teach healthy child rearing practices, provide counseling for concerns big and small, and deliver expert and compassionate care for children and their families from birth through adolescence.
Details: Sterling Health Solutions, Inc. (SHS) is a 501c3 non-profit corporation that was formed in 2009 by a group of individuals with over 30 years combined experience in the local health care industry. Due to the poor health status of the region, the corporation was formed for the purpose of applying for a New Access Point Community Health Center (CHC) to increase access to medical, dental and mental health care in Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Nicholas counties in Appalachian Eastern Kentucky. The CHC project was funded as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in June 2012.
Details: Audubon Area Community Care Clinic (AACCC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center funded through Health Resources and Services Administration 330(h) Healthcare for the Homeless grant. AACCC provides health services, referral services and supportive services to uninsured, underinsured, refugee and medically underserved populations within the seven county region of Northwestern Kentucky.