WEST PALM BEACH — For residents in need of healthcare who can’t afford a doctor, numerous public and private partners and 12 health centers are committed to opening their facilities on Saturday, February 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Medical Home Day is a one day medical event designed to connect
residents without a medical home to medical information and services. Clients visiting the centers on the 11th will obtain medical services information, be seen by a medical or associated professional and arrange for a follow-up care appointment.
The 12 participating medical facilities are:
C.L. Brumback Health Center, 38754 State Rd. 80, Belle Glade
Pahokee-Glades Health Center, 1839 E. Main St., Pahokee
Delray Beach Health Center, 225 S. Congress Ave., Delray Beach
Lantana/Lake Worth Health Center, 1250 Southwinds Dr., Lantana
Northeast Health Center, 851 Ave. P, Riviera Beach
West Palm Beach Health Center, 1150 45th St., West Palm Beach
Jupiter Auxiliary Health Center, 6405 Indiantown Rd., Jupiter
FoundCare, 233 S.Congress Ave., Palm Springs
Genesis, 564 E. Woolbright Rd., Boynton Beach
Community Health Center, 2823 N. Australian Ave., West Palm Beach
JFK Internal Medicine Faculty and Resident Practice, 160 JFK Drive, Suite 102, Atlantis
Florida Community Health Center 170 S. Barfield Hwy., Suite 103 Pahokee
In addition to the medical facilities, collaborating partners are: Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach County Health Department, the Health Care District of Palm Beach County, the Quantum Foundation, the Glades Initiative, Jupiter Medical Center, the Town of Jupiter, El Sol Neighborhood Resource Center, Project Access, Florida Public Health Institute, 211, Palm Tran, and Federally Qualified Health Centers.
All centers are accessible along a Palm Tran bus route. Further information can be obtained by calling 211 or on the web at pbchd.com/medicalhome