Adult Healthcare

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Brooks County Adult Healthcare

Primary Care of South West Georgia
907 N. Court St.
Quitman GA 31643
Accepts: Uninsured
Income: Low Income
Fees: Financial assistance available
Languages Spoken: English
Services: Women’s Health, Pediatric, Medical, Geriatric, Adults
Hours: Monday-Friday
Service Area: Quitman Area

Verified 30 April 2019

Brooks Outpatient Therapy
1309 W Screven St.
Quitman GA 31643
Accepts: No Insurance 
Income: Call for income guidelines
Fees: Call clinic for details
Languages Spoken: English
Services: Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Pediatric, Geriatric, Adults
Hours: Call for Hours
Service Area: Quitman Area

Verified 30 April 2019

Lowndes County Adult Healthcare

Affordable Healthcare for the Uninsured!
Partnership Health Center
Ralph Council Medical Building
520 Griffin Ave (Statenville Hwy) Map
Valdosta, GA 31601
Fax: 229-245-9855

Hours M-F 8:30 AM – 8:30 PM Closed 12:30-1:30 For Lunch
            Sat 10-5    Sun 1-5
Healthcare for the Uninsured
Age 18-64
Proof of Eligibility is required

Contact their office for information regarding eligibility and the application process. 

Sliding Scale of Payment

The Partnership Health Center is a charitable primary healthcare facility staffed by physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician extenders, and nurses who serve the healthcare needs of the uninsured in South Georgia. Proof of eligibility is required.

Medbank Pharmacy Assistance Program provides free or nearly free medicines if you qualify.
Partnership Health Center serves Lowndes and the surrounding counties, the same counties as South Georgia Medical Center

Lowndes County Health Department – 
206 S Patterson St, Valdosta, GA 
(229) 333-5257
The Lowndes County Health Department is open Monday through Friday, with extended hours on Thursday

 Childhood immunizations are one of the best-known services public health provides, there are more than 1,500 children (below the age of 21) who are clients of childhood programs, such as Children’s Medical Services, Babies Can’t Wait, Universal Newborn Hearing and Screening Intervention and Children First.

Telemedicine clinics allow children and their parent/guardian to stay in Valdosta to be seen by specialized physicians in Gainesville, Augusta and Macon. 

Public health is the lead provider for telemedicine in South Georgia, said Dr. William Grow, district health director. Through this program children can be seen for issues by cardiologists, pulmonologists, neurologists and other specialists.

Almost 60,000 services were provided to more than 9,500 participants of the Women, Infant and Children program last year. WIC provides formula or nutritional supplements to children up to the age of 5 as well as pregnant mothers. Breast feeding is highly encouraged through this program, along with nutrition education.

We were extremely excited to open a WIC clinic on Moody Air Force Base last year, said Holly Rountree, nutrition services director. We were the first district to open on an Air Force base in Georgia. This partnership has proven to be very beneficial for the program.

Through the Women’s Health program, women received more than 50,000 services including family planning services, perinatal health, physicals and referrals and payment for mammograms.

We continue to support the Baby LUV program at Lowndes County Health Department, allowing the highest of the high-risk African-American women in our community to receive additional support throughout their pregnancy to help ensure a positive pregnancy outcome, said Grow.

Due to a large need in the Lowndes County community, a hypertension clinic was opened at the health department in 2015. The clinic focuses on clients who come through the health department with hypertension and have no other health-care provider.

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Unfortunately, due to budget conditions we had to close the Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention Program years ago, said Grow. Since closing that program, there have been hundreds of people here in Valdosta that have needed medical attention but could not afford to go anywhere else. Now that we’ve been able to open through other avenues, we are trying our best to help these clients get their blood pressure back under control.

The emergency preparedness program continues to work on health department and personal preparedness should there be a natural or man-made disaster in the community. A summit was held for law-enforcement, health-care organizations, emergency management and other key players on the Strategic National Stockpile in Valdosta on March 29.

The Lowndes County Health Department is open Monday through Friday, with extended hours on Thursday to better serve the community. General clinic services (childhood and adult immunizations, tuberculosis skin tests, physicals, birth/death certificates and more) are provided as a walk-in service. Many programs such as WIC, Family Planning, Breast & Cervical Cancer and Hypertension Clinic require appointments.

Call the Lowndes County Health Department, (229) 333-5257; or 

Verified 30 April 2019

Migrant Farmworkers Clinic LLC

Address: 224 Frank Culpepper Rd. # J
Lake Park, GA – 31636
Phone:  (229) 559-4550

This is a health care center funded by the federal government. This means even if you have no insurance you can be covered. The center is also income based for those making an income. This health center can cover services such as checkups, treatment, pregnancy care (where applicable), immunizations and child care (where applicable), prescription medicine and mental and substance abuse where applicable.
Verified 30 April 2019