New Patient Information
Becoming a New Patient of Community Health Care is very easy. Simply call the clinic that is most convenient for you to use. The medical and dental services we offer are listed below as well as how to make an appointment.
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Our Family Medical Clinics offer family practice service, including pregnancy and newborn care. If your medical condition is beyond our primary care services, we will assist you in finding the specialized care you need at a price you can afford.
Primary Care Services
- Prenatal Care
- Delivery and Post Partum Care
- Newborn Checkups
- Acute Care
- Minor Surgery
- Physical Exams
- Well Child Checkups
- Control of Chronic Diseases
Community Health Care is the place for you and your family to find the care you need. Our providers take time and listen because we want to get to know you and your needs. Please call the Family Medical Clinic closest to you for an appointment. For your convenience, Community Health Care has evening and Saturday appointments. Bring your insurance card with you when you come in and any co-payments and fees required by your insurance plan.
Community Health Care accepts many insurance plans including Apple Health ID, Medicare and Community Health Plan of Washington. Bring your insurance card and photo ID with you when you come in along with any co-payments, deductibles and other fees required by your insurance plan. You may pay for co-payments, deductibles and other fees with cash, checks or Visa/MasterCard.
Dental clinics provide preventive and restorative services for all ages, with a focus on early screening for all children and sealants for school-age children. If you have dental insurance, please call the Dental Clinic closest to you for an appointment.
Community Health Care accepts many insurance plans including Apple Health ID. Please call the dental clinic to see if your insurance is one we can accept. Bring your insurance card and photo ID with you when you come in along with any co-payments, deductibles and other fees required by your insurance plan. You may pay co-payments, deductibles and other fees with cash, checks or Visa/MasterCard.
New, uninsured patients are seen for emergency care only. Come to one of our four dental clinics for a walk-in, standby appointment. Standby appointments happen when there is a cancellation or no-show with a scheduled appointment. There is no guarantee that emergency patients will be seen since no openings in the schedule may occur.
When you come to your first appointment please bring with you: Adult Photo ID, Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, any income information for the last 30 days (paycheck stub, etc.) and the $45.00 minimal fee/deposit for service. This information will be used by our staff to help find you medical insurance you can afford or to determine your fee. Community Health Care accepts cash, checks, Visa/MasterCard and will also structure a payment plan to fit your needs. Fees are on a sliding scale based on family size, income and services received. If you are concerned about the cost of your visit, please call the clinic and talk to the billing staff. They will be able to give you an estimate, although actual fees may vary.
- Community Health Care has staff to assist you in finding insurance you can afford. Call your local clinic and talk to the Outreach Team Member to answer any insurance questions.
- We provide language interpretation at no cost to our patients. At the time you make your appointment, let us know if you need an interpreter during your office visit.
- If your child has an appointment, bring your child’s immunization record.
- If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please give us 24 hours notice.
- Please note that lab work, x-rays and other tests will be an additional cost.