Medical services at the CMCAC are available to low-income residents between the ages of 19 and 64 in Aiken County who do not have health insurance. Low income equates to households that are at or below 200% federal guidelines.
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CMCAC provides free care to those diagnosed with a chronic health condition such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), diabetes, thyroid conditions or seizure conditions.
Other services include laboratory and radiology testing, limited specialty appointments, diabetes education and healthy lifestyle classes. Aiken Regional conducts laboratory and radiology testing for the clinic. Acute care appointments are available every Monday. Flu vaccines are also available.
CMCAC also provides medications patients to treat chronic health conditions through its onsite pharmacy. Patients can call seven days in advance to pick up refills of their medications. The majority of the medications are donated from the patient assistance programs offered by pharmaceutical companies and by the Dispensary of Hope. No narcotics are prescribed or dispensed by CMCAC.
Services Not Provided:
- Pregnancy testing/Birth Control
- Dental services
- Treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases or drug additions
- New injuries or emergencies