- Medical Care for acute and chronic illness
- Routine physical exams
- Prescriptions (may be limited)
- Enroll in Pharmaceutical Assistance programs when necessary
- Blood tests
- Patient Education
- Referrals to some Specialists if necessary (may require some payment by patient)
- X-rays and other diagnostic tests (may require partial payment by patient)
- Treatment of AIDS
- Pregnancy services
- On-going mental health services
- Routine GYN care
- Speciality Care (Referrals will be made as needed)
The Lower Bucks Clinic does not prescribe or dispense any narcotics or contraceptives.
If you have an emergency, report to the closest hospital emergency department. You will be responsible for emergency department bills.
- 18 years of age or older
- Bucks County resident (proof of residency will be required)
- Have no medical insurance
- Not eligible for Medicare, Medical Assistance, or any other insurance program
- Meet income limits (see table)
|*For families with more than 8 people, add $7,920 to yearly income for each additional person
Financial eligibility is reassessed yearly for patients who qualify for clinic services. Documentation of household income is required. If you are potentially eligible for medical
assistance, you must apply. If you are not accepted for medical assistance, and meet all clinic requirements, you can be seen in the clinic.
*** Remember that the Lower Bucks Clinic is a primary healthcare office. It is not an insurance plan or an emergency facility. We will do our best to provide services at not cost; however,
we may not be able to provide everything you need. Some testing or referral services may require that you pay part of the cost. We will tell you which services will require partial
payment from you. Almost all of our services will be provided at no charge.