About Fitzgerald, GA South Central Women's Health
This clinic operates under a SLIDING SCALE model.This means that it MAY NOT be free depending on your income.You will be required to prove financial need in order to receive free services or services at a reduced cost.In order to get more information on this clinic, click on the icons below. You may be required to join for free in order to access full contact information.
South Central Primary Care Center offers a Sliding Fee Scale for all patients who are qualified under the Federal Poverty Guidelines that are issued yearly. In order to qualify, one needs to complete the Sliding Fee Scale Application and return with proof of income, address and picture identification. Discounts are based on the number of people in the household and total household income. No one is denied service due to inability to pay.
South Central Primary Care Center offers the most complete general practices/services available in a community healthcare setting. Our services are directed to patients of all ages needing care for various illnesses and conditions.
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) serving the communities of Irwin, Ben Hill, Coffee, and Atkinson counties.
Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
EKG, Family Planning (Title X), Outreach Services, Patient Assistant Services, Women's Health
Since this is a sliding fee scale clinic, we have provided the Federal Poverty Guidelines below. Visit the Fitzgerald, GA South Central Women's Health website listed above to see what the level is needed for free care.
Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2022
|Persons In Family Household||Poverty Guideline Salary per year|
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.
These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get reduced or free services from some clinics, they use a sliding fee scale based on your income.When they use a sliding fee scale, the 100% rate can be different than 100%. In those cases, using for example a 200% federal poverty level, you will only need double the 100% number listed above to 200%.