Health care can be a difficult puzzle. We work as one to put the pieces
together for Chatham County and for you.

Primary Care

Primary Care Providers manage your medical care. The provider can help you make a plan to get your medications, schedule medical follow-up visits and/or find specialists. Primary Care providers have access to your medical records and monitor your chronic conditions.

Providers for uninsured residents of Chatham County:

Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc.

The Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Inc. is a private not for profit corporation serving Chatham County. Curtis V. Cooper is a committed, competent and affordable primary and preventive health care service provider. They have been providing primary and preventive healthcare services to Chatham County since 1974.  Currently serving Savannah-Chatham County, Bryan (Pembroke) and accepting patients from all area counties.
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Good Samaritan Clinic

St. Joseph/Candler’s Good Samaritan Clinic serves residents without health insurance. The staff at the Good Samaritan Clinic is comprised of volunteer doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, Spanish speaking medical interpreters, and clerical workers. Each staff member is trained to provide quality healthcare to patients.

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J. C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center

J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center provides comprehensive primary health care at a discounted price for those who qualify. The center provides all required primary, preventative, enabling health services as well as comprehensive behavioral health services. The adjacent Dental Center provides preventative, restorative and emergency oral health services.  Pediatric care is offered at our office in midtown.  Currently serving patients from the Savannah-Chatham County and surrounding areas.

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St. Mary’s Health Center

St. Joseph/Candler’s St. Mary’s Health Center treats people who do not have insurance and do not qualify for Medicaid. They give them a medical home where SJ/C physicians volunteer their time and the nurses work to find affordable or free medications.

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