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COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS

AxessPointe Community Health Centers provides affordable, high-quality health care to families and individuals in Summit and Portage counties. We offer a full range of services including medical, dental, women’s health, behavioral health and a reduced-rate pharmacy. Our fees are based on current income and family size [view fee scale]. We accept most insurance plans including Medicaid and Medicare. To find out more about our services, fees, insurances plans accepted or to schedule an appointment, please call 888-975-9188.

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SERVICES WE
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We offer primary care, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services.

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AxessPointe Community Health Centers are Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), represented by the OACHC. As an NCQA accredited, patient-centered medical home, we are committed to high-quality care and service. We are also a member of the National Health Service Corps – which ensures we have caring, qualified and passionate health care providers.

MISSION

To provide a quality, affordable and compassionate health home for – every patient, every time- in all communities.

VISION

Framed by the precept that health is a human right and not a privilege, our vision is to be recognized as a leader in the delivery of high quality, integrated family-oriented health care and as a model program for community-based primary care. This process requires us to be integral partners with the community in the promotion of health, education and access to care.

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