Many of the patients who need our services suffer from longstanding chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, lung disorders, etc. – problems that can become acute if not managed and supervised. Historically, without regular care, when the problems become acute the patients end up in the hospital’s emergency department.
Our patients are working families without medical insurance, Butler County residents with incomes no greater than 200% of poverty level. We will not duplicate services; if a patient qualifies for other programs, we will manage the referral.
The clinic provides free outpatient primary medical care, preventive medical services, referrals for specialized services, referrals to other agencies when appropriate, and free medications when possible.
Dental services are only available to those individuals qualifying for the clinic’s primary medical services. Dental services are limited in scope. At this time we DO NOT offer dental services to individuals with medical insurance benefits; however, as of June 2016, we are offering dental services to Butler County Veterans between the ages of 19-64 who meet eligibility criteria.
Our goal is to provide the primary healthcare services needed to keep our patients healthy, so they can continue to work, care for their families and be productive members of the community.
We do not provide urgent care or emergency services. We have no narcotics on site, nor do we prescribe narcotics.
If interested in services please visit the “Patients” tab on this website to learn how you can apply for our services.