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Thank You to those who help make it possible to provide these services.



  • United Way of Central Georgia 

  • Flint Energies

  • Robins Financial Credit Union

  • Georgia Charitable Care Network

  • Community Foundation of Central Georgia, Inc.

  • Walmart


  • Volunteer Physicians

  • EduCare Department of Houston Healthcare Center

  • Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Program

Chronic Conditions

Patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, hypothyroidism, and other chronic conditions receive monitoring and appropriate services as ordered by our volunteer physicians.


  • Monthly monitoring

  • Laboratory services

  • Physician ordered diagnostic services

Gynecological  Care

Women's Health Services are  available with community gynecologists on a monthly basis for screenings and assessment of gynecological problems


  • Screenings

  • Assessments

  • Pap Smear

  • Limited STD screening

  • Hormone evaluation

  • Diagnostic services

Annual Screenings

Annual screening and follow-up testing is provided through a grant from the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


  • Mammograms

  • Prostate screenings

Annual Flu Vaccine

Yearly flu shots available for clinic patients each fall. Check with volunteer staff for availability.

Diagnostic Services

Patients who are determined by the physician to be in need


  • Labwork

  • X-Rays

  • CT

  • MRI​

Education Programs

Lifestyle and disease management classes available in cooperation with the EduCare Department of Houston Medical Center.

  • Houston County residents ages 18-64

  • Employed (or has employed spouse)

  • Work at least part-time

  • Household Income must be 200% or less of the Federal Poverty level

  • Uninsured


  • Provide proof of family income (current 1040 IRS form)

  • Valid picture identification

  • Valid Social Security card (some exceptions apply)

  • Letter from employer validating no insurance

Income Guidelines

1                       $27,192

2                       $36,624

3                       $46,056

4                       $55,500

5                       $64,944

6                       $74,376

7                       $83,820

8                       $93,264

Family Size

Income Limit

Volunteer Physicians work diligently to prescribe generic medications often available from major retail pharmacies. Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic does not pay for any medications or services. Staff will assist patients with applying for free brand-name medications which are provided through the Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Program. 

Prescription Assistance
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