Free clinics and community health centers in Johnston county.

Below are the listings of free and low cost clinics in Johnston county. These clinics can help low-income and uninsured people by offerring free and discounted rates for medical and/or dental care. We welcome user reviews and corrections of clinic listings, as we strive to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. Simply click on the clinic listing for more information.

Johnston Medical and Dental Clinics:

  • Benson Area Medical Center, Inc.
    • Location: Benson, NC - 27504
    • Contact Phone: 919-894-2011
    • Details: Benson Area Medical Center (BAMC) is a community-owned nonprofit, offering primary health care services to residents of Johnston, Harnett, and Sampson Counties. Providing access to quality, cost-effective primary health care services with a caring touch for ALL in the community is BAMC's primary goal.
    • Remarks: Sliding fee scale program; Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8a – 5p, Thursday evenings til 8pm, Saturday mornings 8a-12n ?>
  • Commwell Health Of Four Oaks
    • Location: Four Oaks, NC - 27524
    • Contact Phone: 919-963-6400
    • Details: Community Health Centers are non-profit, community-directed health care organizations that provide comprehensive, high-quality, affordable primary and preventive care to all individuals regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health ?>
  • Commwell Health Of Mcgee’s Crossroads
    • Location: Benson, NC - 27504
    • Contact Phone: 919-938-0875
    • Details: CommWell Health (formerly Tri-County Community Health Clinic) began as a part-time migrant health program supported by the Sampson County Health Department in 1976. The following year Tri-County Community Health Council, Inc. (TCCHC) was founded, and over time has grown from its initial site near Newton Grove and Spivey’s Corner to a corporation of eight locations across southeastern North Carolina. In November 2009 the Board of TCCHC approved the name CommWell Health. Mission Statement: Compassionate delivery of quality medical, dental and behavioral health care services for all. Vision Statement: To be recognized and respected as a premiere community health center in the nation.
    • Remarks: If you are uninsured, payment for services is based on a sliding-fee scale according to family income. Medical Hours of Service: Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday Closed. For Appointment 877-WELL-ALL (877-935-5255) ?>
  • Commwell Health Smithfield
    • Location: Smithfield, NC - 27577
    • Contact Phone: 919-934-0850
    • Details: CommWell Health (formerly Tri-County Community Health Clinic) began as a part-time migrant health program supported by the Sampson County Health Department in 1976. The following year Tri-County Community Health Council, Inc. (TCCHC) was founded, and over time has grown from its initial site near Newton Grove and Spivey’s Corner to a corporation of eight locations across southeastern North Carolina. In November 2009 the Board of TCCHC approved the name CommWell Health. Mission Statement: Compassionate delivery of quality medical, dental and behavioral health care services for all. Vision Statement: To be recognized and respected as a premiere community health center in the nation.
    • Remarks: If you are uninsured, payment for services is based on a sliding-fee scale according to family income. Hours: Mon–Wed 8am-5pm; Thurs 8am-8pm; Fri 8am-1pm (Office is closed between the hours of 12pm-1pm); For Appointment 877-WELL-ALL (877-935-5255) ?>
  • Nc Farmworkers Project
    • Location: Benson, NC - 27504-7882
    • Contact Phone: 919-894-7406
    • Details: The North Carolina Farmworker Health Program (NCFHP) is a statewide Migrant Health Voucher Program within the Office of Rural Health and Community Care, NC DHHS. As opposed to a free-standing health center, NCFHP works with local agencies to provide care throughout the state to meet the needs of smaller densities of farmworkers. NCFHP responds to gaps in health care that would otherwise prevent farmworkers from accessing needed care. Our particular model relies heavily on enabling services, including outreach, case management and health education, as we have learned that strong outreach and case management services are an essential component of linking workers with appropriate services.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center ?>