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Harriet Tubman Free Medical Clinic and Soul Foot Clinic The Open Door Community - 910 Ponce de Leon Ave. 404-874-9652 The Good Samaritan Health Center 239 Alexander Street 404-523-6571 Atlanta Community Access Coalition (404) 730-1225 The ACAC is a coalition of 12 healthcare and social service agencies that have developed a community based healthcare system to improve access to healthcare services throughout Fulton and DeKalb County for uninsured and underinsured residents. The "Mobile Dental Unit" link provides more information about dental care services provided to eligible residents. Ben Massell Dental Clinic 18 17th Street (404) 881-1858 Adults Only. Cleanings, fillings, extractions, partials, dentures. One year wait for dentures and orthodontic services. Good Samaritan Center 239 Alexander Street (404) 523-6571 x-221 Cleanings, fillings, root canals, partials, and dentures. Children 7 and up, adults. Hope Health Clinic, Griffin Mon. - Thur. 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Friday 8:30 - 11:00 A.M. (770) 412-1053 The Hope Health Clinic serves Spalding County residents who are not covered by government health care programs and who are unable to afford private insurance. The services provided include complete medical exams and follow-up examinations as needed, routine and general medical care and many more options. Fees are based on income. Mercy Health Care Clinics, Atlanta Downtown Atlanta and one in the Northeast Plaza on Buford Highway. (404) 249-8600 Five days a week. These clinics provide a full array of medical services for low-income individuals and families

Southside Medical Center, Atlanta (404) 688-1350 The Southside Medical Center is dedicated to serving impoverished individuals with medical and treatment services, including adult medicine, teen health and women's health areas. We are not a free health clinic but we do charge based on a sliding-fee scale dependant upon income. St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta Teaching Hospitals' Programs for the Uninsured (404) 880-3550 Community-based programs designed to help working families: wellness programs, preventative and primary care medicine, health education initiatives and emergency care. Select region of country for listings of local hospitals and services. American Association of Medical Colleges The Center for Black Women's Wellness, Atlanta (404) 688-9202 Site provides information about several programs directed by the CBWW group, including the Wellness Clinic (click on Wellness programs, and then the Wellness Clinic link) that operates on a sliding scale, and also accepts Medicaid. Also provides information about the Atlanta Healthy Start program. Grady Oral Health Center 341 Ponce de Leon Avenue (404) 616-9772 HIV and AIDS patients. Grady Oral Health Center 35 Butler Street SE (404) 616-3304 Sees only children, infants to age 18. Southside Healthcare, Inc. 1046 Ridge Avenue (404) 564-6801 Cleanings, exams, fillings, and extractions. Children 5 and up and adults. West End Medical Center 868 York Avenue (404) 752-1400 Basic dental work. Children of any age and adults. We are not a free health clinic but we do charge based on a sliding-fee scale dependant upon income.

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