Free clinics and community health centers in Columbia county.
Below are the listings of free and low cost clinics in Columbia 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.
Columbia Medical and Dental Clinics:
Columbia County Volunteers In Medicine Clinic, Inc.
- Location: Mifflinville, PA - 18631
- Contact Phone: (570) 752-1780
- Details: The mission of Columbia County Volunteers In Medicine Clinic is to improve the health of the medically underserved population in our community by offering free healthcare to the uninsured.
Keystone Agricultural Worker Program - Columbia
- Location: Berwick, PA - 18603
- Contact Phone: (570) 752-7760
- Details: Keystone Health’s history dates back to 1986 when the center was known as Keystone Migrant Health Center. Initially, Keystone was founded to provide health care to migrant and seasonal farm workers residing and working in Franklin County. Keystone is now the sole grantee in Pennsylvania to provide services to migrant agricultural workers across the Commonwealth. Keystone operates agricultural worker sites in Adams, Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Berks, Blair, Butler, Carbon, Centre, Chester, Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Dauphin, Erie, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Indiana, Juniata, Lancaster, Lawrence, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Mercer, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Potter, Schuykill, Somerset, Snyder, Union, Warren, Washington, Westmoreland, and York as well as Frederick and Washington in Maryland. Services are also provided through contracted providers and outreach workers across Pennsylvania. The Agricultural Worker Program operates seasonally with the exception of those in Adams, Berks and Erie Counties which operate year round. In addition to service sites, health care workers go into the migrant camps to provide basic health care and assess the need for further treatment. When needed, vans bring migrants and their families to the service sites.