Free clinics and community health centers in Jefferson county.

Below are the listings of free and low cost clinics in Jefferson 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.

Jefferson Medical and Dental Clinics:

  • Chestnut Hill Center
    • Location: Dandridge, TN - 37725-7238
    • Contact Phone: 865-509-6611
    • Details: The primary care centers administered by Rural Medical Services, Inc. provide primary health care to the people of Cocke and Jefferson Counties, Tennessee. Our medical staff consists of Family Practice Physicians who are board certified and trained as specialists in family medicine. Rural Medical Services employs Nurse Practitioners who have special training above a registered nurse. They are qualified to perform diagnostic studies, prescribe medicine and treat almost any illness.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health ?>
  • Jefferson City Clinic
    • Location: Jefferson City, TN - 37760-5287
    • Contact Phone: 865-471-0312
    • Details: Cherokee Health Systems' roots are planted firmly in East Tennessee. Since 1960, we have served the health care needs of our neighbors. Our philosophy is simple, we believe the best approach to wellness involves treating both the body and mind. That's why we offer an array of comprehensive primary care, behavioral health, and prevention programs and services. Whether you need medical, dental or behavioral health care, our compassionate, dedicated staff is here to help you.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless ?>
  • Jefferson County Clinic (duplicate - To Be Deleted)
    • Location: Jefferson City, TN - 37760-5279
    • Contact Phone:
    • Details: Cherokee Health Systems' roots are planted firmly in East Tennessee. Since 1960, we have served the health care needs of our neighbors. Our philosophy is simple, we believe the best approach to wellness involves treating both the body and mind. That's why we offer an array of comprehensive primary care, behavioral health, and prevention programs and services. Whether you need medical, dental or behavioral health care, our compassionate, dedicated staff is here to help you.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless ?>
  • Jefferson Rural Clinic, Inc.
    • Location: Jefferson City, TN - 37760
    • Contact Phone: 865-471-5525
    • Details:

      Volunteer-operated, non-profit healthcare clinic provides medical, dental and optometry (by referral) healthcare for very low-income adults of Jefferson and Grainger counties.  Call 865-471-5525 to schedule an appointment. Medical $10; Dental $20; Labs $5; Patient requested labs-Fee charged

    • Remarks: Volunteer healthcare providers provide healthcare for very low income adult residents of Jefferson & Grainger County TN ?>
  • Joining Hands Health Center
    • Location: Jefferson City, TN - 37760
    • Contact Phone: 865-471-5525
    • Details:

      Volunteer-operated charitable clinic serving uninsured, uninsurable low-income adults of Jefferson & Grainger County TN. 

    • Remarks: Financial documentation required: Resident ID with current address, 4 pay stubs, benefit letters. ?>
  • Rural Medical Services, Inc.
    • Location: Dandridge, TN - 37725-7163
    • Contact Phone: 423-613-3300
    • Details: The primary care centers administered by Rural Medical Services, Inc. provide primary health care to the people of Cocke and Jefferson Counties, Tennessee. Our medical staff consists of Family Practice Physicians who are board certified and trained as specialists in family medicine. Rural Medical Services employs Nurse Practitioners who have special training above a registered nurse. They are qualified to perform diagnostic studies, prescribe medicine and treat almost any illness.
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health ?>