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Services

Medical

Hope Healthcare Services provides access to primary care medical services for individuals and families without health insurance. Services include, but are not limited to, general physical exams, acute and chronic diagnostics and chronic disease management. In addition to primary care medicine, some specialty care services (as many service offerings are determined by the specialty and talents of willing, volunteer professionals.) These include gynecology, pediatrics, urology, chiropractic care and physical therapy. Please note, we do NOT provide chronic pain management, trauma care (such as x-rays, casting, orthopedics), emergency medicine, disability evaluations, vision care or surgical services. Medical procedures offered at or through the clinic include EKGs, incision/drainage, first aid/wound care, basic intra-office ultrasound, sleep studies, PAP smears, catheterization and mammography referrals.

 

Dental

Hope Healthcare Services provides dental services for those community residents without medical and dental insurance. Dental services include, but are not limited to x-rays, diagnosis, fillings,  extractions, cleanings, oral surgery, dentures and root canals.

 

Spiritual

Per our mission, we seek to share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ with interested patients. We serve people of any faith, or no faith, and do not compel or coerce anyone to believe the way we do. Spiritual needs can be a leading or lagging indicator of health problems. Volunteer lay counseling is available for patients upon request. We also work alongside licensed, professional counselors who will maintain confidentiality and provide quality Christian counseling for children and adults in the areas of marriage and family, grief, aging issues, and divorce.

 

Pharmacy and Medication

Hope Healthcare Services utilizes relationships with area pharmacies to provide low-cost, basic medications. For more costly prescription medicines, we match patients with free medication programs (for which they qualify) available through pharmaceutical companies. Additionally, medication samples are used as a short-term solution, when possible.

 

Laboratory Testing

Hope Healthcare Services has a partnership with a local vendor to provide access to medical diagnostic testing at a greatly reduced rate. Lab costs are paid to the clinic at the time of your visit. The blood draw is done at the vendor location. Lab costs vary depending on the test being conducted.

 

Radiology

Hope Healthcare has partnered with a local vendor to provide access to imaging and radiology services at a greatly reduced rate for our patients. Fees for imaging services are paid to the clinic at the time of your visit and costs vary according to the specific service needed. The imaging service is provided at the vendor location.

Service Hours

Jan
27
Mon
9:00 am Acute Care/ New Patient Visits
Acute Care/ New Patient Visits
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Walk-ins not available Tues-Weds Other times (including some evenings) are available by appointment, please call to schedule.
Jan
30
Thu
9:00 am Acute Care/ New Patient Visits
Acute Care/ New Patient Visits
Jan 30 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Walk-ins not available Tues-Weds Other times (including some evenings) are available by appointment, please call to schedule.

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If you’re like 75% of Americans, you may find some fear or anxiety popping up whenever you head to the dentist. Thing is, an unusually small number of people have had any type of traumatic experience at their dentist office. Yet, many of us still clam up at the idea of sitting in the dentist’s chair.

Turns out fear of the dentist is a bit like fear of spiders. While most of us haven’t actually had a traumatic experience with the creepy crawler, most of us would rather move out of the whole house than relocate one that is found trespassing. A lot of it has to do with stories and hearing about other people's experiences, and the rest of it pretty much has to do with the fact that everyone seems kind on edge about it, so our brains say “hey, yeah, me too!”.

The good news is that at HOPE we have some of the best in the business as well as a comfortable safe office for you to get those pearly whites looking and feeling their best And don’t forget, as a non-profit, all of our services are extremely low cost, specifically for the uninsured and underinsured.
www.myhopehealth.org/
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If you’re like 75% of Americans, you may find some fear or anxiety popping up whenever you head to the dentist. Thing is, an unusually small number of people have had any type of traumatic experience at their dentist office. Yet, many of us still clam up at the idea of sitting in the dentist’s chair. 

Turns out fear of the dentist is a bit like fear of spiders. While most of us haven’t actually had a traumatic experience with the creepy crawler, most of us would rather move out of the whole house than relocate one that is found trespassing. A lot of it has to do with stories and hearing about other peoples experiences, and the rest of it pretty much has to do with the fact that everyone seems kind on edge about it, so our brains say “hey, yeah, me too!”. 

The good news is that at HOPE we have some of the best in the business as well as a comfortable safe office for you to get those pearly whites looking and feeling their best And don’t forget, as a non-profit, all of our services are extremely low cost, specifically for the uninsured and underinsured.
https://www.myhopehealth.org/