Please call the medical clinic nearest you. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Please call in advance for routine appointments. We make same-day appointments for urgent care, but please call ahead if you can. Medical Clinics are open evenings, Saturdays and weekdays.
Please call the dental clinic nearest you for an appointment.
We provide ongoing, comprehensive dental care to children ages 0-18 years old. For adults, we are only able to offer ongoing care to adults who qualify though the Adult Dental Program. An application is required and space is limited. Please call the dental clinic nearest you for information on qualifying for this Discounted Fee program.
Children and adults can receive urgent care on a walk-in basis during regular clinic hours. The hours for each clinc vary; generally we are open until 7 pm Monday through Thursday evenings, and open Saturdays.
Please call to let us know you are going to be late for your appointment. Because many patients are scheduled in a day, we are only able to wait a short time before the next patient is due to be seen by the provider. If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, we may need to ask you to reschedule your appointment.
Call 911 immediately if you are having a life-threatening emergency. Do not call your provider first. Do follow-up with your provider within 24 hours of your emergency or when your health allows. For non-life threatening urgent medical care after hours and on weekends, patients of CHC should call their clinic location and explain their need. They will receive a call back from the provider on-call.
For immediate advice from a nurse, call Community Health Plan's Nurse Advice Line at 1-425-640-5544.
Community Health Center values your decisions. You get to select your provider and clinic location. CHC will establish a team of care-givers based upon your health needs and preferences. Your medical record (your health record) is accessible to CHC staff, when needed, at any CHC location. Your health care providers will coordinate your care as a team.
Having a Primary Care Provider (PCP) and a complete health history record benefits you by helping CHC make the best and most appropriate health recommendations for you.
Learn more about how a PCP benefits you at MedlinePlus.
We provide ongoing, comprehensive dental care to children ages 0-18 years old. Adults who qualify can receive comprehensive care though the Adult Dental Program. An application is required and space is limited.
Qualifying adults include:
Yes. While you do not need to be a patient at one of our medical clinics to receive dental care, good dental health is closely connected to good overall health. We encourage you to see both medical and dental providers on a regular basis.
For urgent dental care after hours and on weekends, patients of CHC should call their clinic location and explain their need. They will receive a call back from the provider on-call.
CHC operates a pharmacy in each of our medical clinics. Our pharmacies accept Basic Health, Healthy Options, Medicaid, and Medicare Part D. We offer discount prescription prices (based on family size and income) for patients with no insurance. Pharmacy staff will find the lowest price for your prescriptions.
Your CHC doctor can send the prescription directly to the pharmacy, or give you a written document to turn in at the pharmacy. Assuming your medication is in stock, your prescription will be filled while you wait. Wait times can vary depending on how many other people are ahead of you. If you do not have insurance, and would like to apply for a discount, please bring proof of income with you.
As long as you have been seen at a CHC clinic within the past 18 months and are found in our computer systems, we can fill your prescription. Please call ahead to double check. See each site's pharmacy phone number in the column to the left.
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