Call to Schedule an Appointment

Neighborhood Health Center has a team of family practice and dental providers, as well as support staff to provide preventive, primary health, and dental care solutions. Our teams speak English and Spanish. Translations for other languages are available upon request.

Please call your community clinic to schedule an appointment.

What to Bring to Your First Visit

  • Insurance card and Photo ID
  • If you will be applying for discounted fees based on your household size and income, please bring at least one of the following documents to your visit:
    • Last two (2) paycheck stubs
    • Check stubs from Unemployment Insurance
    • Previous year W-2
    • Previous year completed tax return
    • Government-issued documentation for other non-wage income such as Social Security, Worker’s Comp, Cash Assistance, Child Support, Alimony, Veteran’s Benefits, Retirement, or Pension
    • Previous three (3) months of bank statements
    • Letter from employer
    • If self-employed: prior year tax return or most recent three (3) months of bank statements
  • List of medicines and/or prescription bottles of medicines you are now taking.
  • List of previous providers and contact information so we can obtain your medical records from those providers.

Please download and complete our patient forms prior to arriving for your appointment.

If you are a new patient, please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment time.

If you are current patient, please plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment time.

If you are going to be late, please call us to let us know. We will do everything possible to accommodate you, however our late policy states that we may reschedule your appointment after 15 minutes.

Don’t have insurance?
Neighborhood Health Center has trained Enrollment Assisters to help you and your family understand your options, and apply for a health insurance plan that works best for you. This help for FREE. Contact a clinic close to you to ask for an Enrollment Assistance.

Can’t Make Your Scheduled Visit?
If you are unable to come to a scheduled appointment, please call at least 24 hours in advance to cancel. Canceling your appointment in a timely manner allows us to open the appointment for other patients needing to see a provider.

You can also cancel your appointment online through MyChart.

Neighborhood Health Center uses evidence-based practices and follows community standards in the treatment of chronic pain. The treatment includes but is not limited to our policy that NO OPIOID OR NARCOTIC MEDICATION WILL BE PRESCRIBED ON THE FIRST VISIT. Click the following link to see our completed Opioid Medications Policy and Guidelines.

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