Health Care Resources*If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911!
We hope this website can serve as the gateway to your medical home. If you know which provider you are looking for, click on the provider's name below. You may also download a printable brochure listing our Health Care Resources. Or, if you need help selecting a provider, view our Frequently Asked Questions page or call the United Way of the Coastal Empire by dialing 211. A map of most clinic locations is provided at the bottom of this page.
Health Insurance for individuals with pre-existing conditions: Georgia has a plan for residents who have been denied health coverage or have been without health insurance for 6 months or more because of a pre-existing condition. To find out if you are eligible, click here. Applications in English and in Spanish are available.
Behavioral Health Services
The Georgia Crisis and Access Line provides information and referrals for services designed to aid in the recovery from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Click here to learn more about behavioral health services.
Chatham County Health Department
Health care services and wellness programs for Adults, Children, and Women's Health are available through the Georgia Department of Public Health. Services include immunizations, eye, ear and dental screenings, tuberculosis skin testing, family planning, sexually transmitted disease services, HIV testing and counseling, child health check and sports physical, the Children First program, breast feeding support, lead program, WIC, Babies Born Healthy, and a breast and cervical cancer program. Click here to learn more about the Chatham County Health Department.
Community Health Mission
The Community Health Mission is free for those who qualify and offers primary (non-emergency) health care to individuals that do not have health insurance, including Medicare or Medicaid. Services include annual medical exams and preventive health care, treatment for diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and respiratory disease, women's health services, enrollment in the GA Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening program, smoking cessation and health education. Click here to learn more about the Community Health Mission.
Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care
Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care provides discounted services for qualifying patients. Services include adult medicine, pediatric health care, health education, gynecological clinic (by referral), medicaid screening, prenatal (pregnancy) services, family planning services (birth control, etc. ), pharmacy services, dental services, nutrition services, laboratory services, radiology services. Click here to learn more about Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care.
Dental Care Treatment Sites
There are several dental care treatment sites in Chatham County serving uninsured clients. Click here to learn more about dental care treatment sites.
Good Samaritan Clinic
Good Samaritan Clinic offers free primary health care for qualifying, uninsured adults. Click here to learn more about Good Samaritan Clinic.
J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center
The J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center provides primary health care, physician services, medication assistance, medical case management, health promotion and disease prevention, optometry, podiatry, shelter & housing referrals, economic education & referral, nutritional education and planning, dietary supplementation, prisoner re-entry program, 24-hour respite care, and behavioral health counseling. Click here to learn more about the J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center.
The Phoenix Clinic provides Comprehensive Primary Health Care to persons living with HIV/AIDS. Services include primary health care, physician services, medication assistance through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, housing case management, health promotion and disease prevention, social service referrals, nutritional education and planning, dietary supplementation, housing programs, behavioral health counseling, and dental services. Click here to learn more about the Phoenix Clinic.
You can get prescription assistance from the City of Savannah, PharmaCare, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, GeorgiaCares, NeedyMeds, MedBank, your doctor, or by purchasing generic medications. Click here to learn more about prescription assistance.
St. Mary's Health Center
St. Mary's Health Center is a free clinic that offers primary health care to qualifying, uninsured adults. Services include adult medicine, HIV and STD testing, pregnancy testing, medication assistance (through MEDBANK), mobile mammography, disease management, women's health, and specialty referrals. Click here to learn more about the St. Mary's Health Center.
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