Community Medical Resources
It is always a good idea to have a primary care provider with whom you can establish a relationship and a medical home. Your health care is best delivered by someone who knows your medical history. However, some people may not have a primary care provider. The Community Medical Resources document lists providers in our community who provide medical services. Many are walk-in clinics and do not require appointments.
Although many of these resources are walk-in centers, It is strongly suggested that you call before you go to discuss your symptoms and medical needs and to find out what insurances they accept (or if their fees if you do not have health insurance.) Some of these resources provide physical exams and immunizations, while others do not.
Disclaimer: This list has been compiled in an effort to assist you when seeking services. QVHD has attempted to include most area resources but acknowledges that the list may not include every resource in the community. Omission from this list is unintentional and is not a statement about any practice, practitioner or resource. QVHD does not recommend or endorse any particular resource on this list. It strictly represents what QVHD knows to be available in this area at this time. You can also call Infoline, 211.