Programs and Clinics
Community Health Programs
Here to meet your health care needs
Heritage Community Clinic
Free medical clinics offered in the following specialties: primary care, diabetes and osteopathic manipulative medicine for individuals ages 18-64 who qualify.
Free Diabetes Clinic
Offering a free Diabetes Clinic monthly to qualifying low-income, uninsured and underinsured adults (ages 18-64), providing care to those who lack adequate health care alternatives.
We provide free or low-cost immunizations for children and adults, including pre-kindergarten, flu, COVID-19 and more.
Our free OMM Clinic is provided by volunteer OMM honors students under the supervision of our faculty.
COMCorps / AmeriCorps
Partnering with schools and community agencies to provide health education and health care access to Athens County children and families.
Mobile Health Clinic
The Mobile Health Clinic travels to surrounding counties, bringing access to primary care, immunizations, women's health and adult screenings.
Free women's health screenings and education are offered in Athens at the Heritage Community Clinic and throughout southeast Ohio on the mobile health clinic.
Free adult health screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar (glucose), total cholesterol and total lipid profile.
Registered nurses provide care, support and education to Medicaid-eligible pregnant women to support healthy birth outcomes.
Childhood Hearing & Vision Screenings
Our team of registered nurses provides assistance to local schools with childhood hearing and vision clinics for K-12 students.