Hall County Health Department Clinic Services of Gainesville, Georgia

Services provided :

  • Women's Health
  • Pediatric
  • Medical
  • Family Planning
  • Dental
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Testing
  • HIV/AIDS Testing
  • WIC
  • Pregnancy
  • Adults
  • Immunizations
  • Hepatitis C Testing
  • Cancer Screenings

Accept patients who are :

  • Uninsured
  • Underinsured

Tags :

  • Free Health Clinic
  • Gainesville Free Clinic
  • Free Dental Clinic
  • Free Pediatric Clinic
  • Free Women's Clinic
  • Free Pregnancy Clinic
  • Free STD Clinic
  • Free Cancer Clinic

Address :

1290 Athens St,
Gainesville, GA 30507.
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Hours Of Operations :

  • By appointment only

Accept patients from :

  • Hall County

Income Requirements :

  • Low Income

Clinic Fees :

  • Sliding scale available

Appointments

You can privately and easily book your appointment online.

For the full set of services, you can call 770-531-5600 to book your appointment. Staff can also answer any questions you may have.

Federal Poverty Limit(FPL) for 2022

Nationwide, a majority of Free Clinics see patients who are at 100%-300% of federal poverty level (FPL).

In the state of Georgia, for example, Clinics typically require the individual’s income to be at or below 200% of FPL to be considered low income.

Persons in Family/Household Poverty Limit(100%) Poverty Limit(200%)
1 $13,590 $27,180
2 $18,310 $36,620
3 $23,030 $46,060
4 $27,750 $55,500
5 $32,470 $64,940
6 $37,190 $74,380
7 $41,910 $83,820
8 $46,630 $93,260
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,720 for each additional person.


FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)

Are free clinics really free?

There are 1400 free clinics that do not charge anything. However, most “free clinics” operate using a sliding scale for payment so you may pay a small fee for care depending on your income.

Can free clinics write prescriptions?

Yes, Free clinics use a licensed doctor, who can write prescriptions.

Who qualifies for free dental services?

Eligibility criteria for each free or low cost dental clinics varies. You are probably eligible for oral dental health if you are uninsured and fall into low income family guideline by federal government.

Do I need an appointment to be seen at the free clinics?

Yes, Most free clinics only see patients with appointments but there are few free urgent care who takes walk-ins.

I am an undocumented person. Will the free clinic see me?

Depends on clinics, Some clinics require you to be a legal resident but most of them don't. They just need your residency proof.

How does the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) affect the Free Clinic?

Even after obama care there are 29 millions uninsured people in the US, so if you don't have any insurance then it does not affect free clinics.

Is the Clinic staffed with licensed health professionals?

Yes, all of medical staff is licensed with the State and are covered under the one or other federal insurance.

How much is a doctor visit without insurance

Without insurance, the cost of going to a doctor typically ranges from $100 to $400. This price will vary depending on whether you see a specialist, if lab tests are completed, and if any procedures are done

How do I get free healthcare?

Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provide free or low-cost health coverage to millions of Americans, including some low-income people, families and children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with disabilities.