CARES Primary Care Clinic
CARES Clinic provides the following care for our patients:
- Primary care
- Patient education
- Women’s health
- Specialty nights
- Referrals for laboratory, diagnostic testing and specialty care
CARES Clinic patients must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- No active insurance (those insured under Medicare or Medicaid do not qualify)
- 18 years or older
We areSouth Carolina Drug Card, a free prescription drug card program partnered with the South Carolina Medical Association & South Carolina Nurses Association.We work with hospitals, women’s clinics & pregnancy centers, colleges, chambers of commerce, as well as community outreach programs, such as South Carolina Kidney Foundation, Cancer Services, Brain Injury Association SC, Habitat for Humanity, Hands on Health SC, cancer, diabetes, & AIDS support, Senior Resource SC, Safe House, ministries, literacy programs, etc., to help reach the uninsured and underinsured in our state to afford their prescription medications. Savings with our drug card can be up to 30 to 75 percent off retail price for most brand & generic FDA-approved medications. Our card is completely free to everyone. We are HIPAA compliant. No information is gathered and anyone can use our card, including those on Medicare Part D, once in the donut hole, or for prescriptions not otherwise covered.
CARTA stands for: Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority. CARTA offers Fixed-route, Flex Service, Express commute service, and Paratransit service throughout the Charleston Metropolitan area, including The Trolley (DASH) service in the Historic Peninsula area of the Charleston.
This site provides information about how the system can take you almost anywhere your life takes you in the Charleston Metro area including work, shopping, hospitals, schools, and much more.
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