To be eligible for clinical services, individuals must be adults 18 and over, a resident of Catawba or Alexander County, and fall within 200% of federal poverty guidelines. Individuals must also be uninsured and ineligible for Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance. Some limited services will be available to residents in the surrounding counties on a case by case basis.
GHCCM’s Medical Ministries Clinic is here to help underprivileged adults in our community receive the healthcare they need at no charge
- We are a specialty clinic offering internal medicine, gastroenterology, dermatology, ophthalmology, dental and endocrinology services by appointment.
- Referrals to other specialty care offices are provided as available.
- We also offer access to counseling, mental health and substance abuse assessments.
- Our dental clinic provides cleanings, evaluations, fillings, extractions and patient education, as well as referrals to other dentists and/or oral surgeons if additional work is needed.
- Our Hepatitis C clinic offers education and medication assistance to qualified patients, along with on-site lab services.
- GHCCM has partnered with Lenoir- Rhyne University’s PA program, where the students provide a weekly clinic for physical exams. Referrals and appointments are then made for follow-up care.
- Patients are asked to give a $5 donation at the time of each office visit; however, no one is turned away because of inability to pay.