HealthReach Community Clinic provides primary medical care, some specialty care, a pharmacy, an on-site lab, physical therapy, chiropractic care, social work consultations, and referrals for diagnostic imaging and specialty care that we cannot provide in our facility.
HealthReach Community Clinic offers primary care medical services including non-emergency acute medical care, care of chronic diseases, and limited diagnostic lab and imaging.
Diagnostic services are supplemented by the use of an in-house lab where blood and urine specimens are collected. Specimens are analyzed using a local lab and results are returned to your HealthReach provider for interpretation and diagnosis.
HealthReach sees many people who need care that we cannot provide directly. Many of our patients need the help of a specialist or a surgeon to address their issues. We partner with local specialists to help our patients obtain these services but cannot guarantee services will be provided at no cost.
We provide basic chiropractic care including adjustments every Tuesday evening. Appointments must be made but patients are seen on a first come, first served basis.
Our pharmacy fills prescriptions written by our doctors and other medical providers for patients seen at our clinic. Prescription medications filled in our pharmacy are free for our patients. There is a charge for Diabetic Test Strips and supplies. We do not carry narcotics or any other controlled substances in our pharmacy.
If the patient requires a drug that we do not carry or needs a continual supply of a drug for an extended period of time, we provide assistance with enrollment in Prescription Assistance Programs (PAPs). Many pharmaceutical companies have PAPs, which allow people to get their prescription drugs at no cost. However, the process can be very paperwork-intensive. We assist our patients through the process, helping them with both the application and ongoing processes.
If a patient needs to consult with our pharmacist, she is available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00AM – 2:00PM. Patients who DO NOT need a consultation with our pharmacist may drop off or pick up prescriptions any time the clinic is open.
Our social worker is available to meet with individuals and families to address a number of issues ranging from emotional health needs to referrals for additional community resources. Patients should ask to schedule an appointment to meet with her.