Community Care Clinics
Richmond County Health Department sees patients with and without health insurance.
For those adults (18 years and older) who live in North Carolina without health insurance, there is a Medical Access Program (MAP). Individuals who are approved for MAP will be able to see a provider in the Community Care Clinic for $20 which includes necessary lab work. Please call (910)997-8301 to make an appointment to discuss eligibility.
Anyone who may be eligible for another health program such as Medicaid should seek those funds prior to applying for the MAP program.
Our providers encourage you to take an active role in your personal health and well-being – if not for yourself, then for those who love you. Our clinic services are for adults, 21 and older. Our staff and health care providers speak English and Spanish and are here to listen as well as counsel.
Early detection of diseases plays a crucial role in treatment and prevention. We also offer screenings and tests for the following conditions as well as many others.
On-time vaccination throughout childhood is essential because it helps provide immunity before children are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases. Vaccines are tested to ensure that they are safe and effective for children to receive at the recommended ages.
Required vs. Recommended in NC
All children in North Carolina are required to be vaccinated against:
- Hepatitis B
- Hib Disease
- Pertussis (whooping cough)
- Varicella (chickenpox)
The CDC also recommends children be vaccinated against the following diseases, although immunization against these diseases is not required for children in North Carolina:
In North Carolina, vaccination records are checked when a child is enrolled in a child care facility or school. Children are not allowed to attend school (whether public, private, or religious) or a child care facility unless they have received all required immunizations appropriate for their age.
Immunization records are checked at the following times: