March 23, 2020
PrimaryOne Health Remains Open for New and Existing Patients
Telehealth now available for patients
Columbus, Ohio – PrimaryOne Health remains open and available for new and existing patients during this public health crisis. Additionally, PrimaryOne Health has consolidated staff and resources to better serve residents in Franklin and Pickaway counties along with providing Telehealth options for patients.
“We are all in this together. These are difficult times, but we will get through this,” said Charleta B. Tavares, PrimaryOne Health Chief Executive Officer. “Our practitioners and staff are committed to serving the needs of our patients and public.”
Telehealth phone number: 614-859-1851.
The sites listed below will remain open.
All Saturday hours will be suspended.
PrimaryOne Health continues to coordinate with our community partners including Columbus Public and Franklin County Public Health Departments, ADAMH of Franklin County, Ohio Department of Health, local federally qualified health centers and hospital systems in an effort to protect our patients and staff and provide quality care to the community.
PrimaryOne Health is a nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving central Ohio through eleven strategically placed clinical sites since 1997. Working to provide access to services to improve the health status of families, PrimaryOne Health offers comprehensive primary care, OB-GYN, pediatric, vision, dental, behavioral health and specialty care services to over 46,000 general insurance and Medicaid patients. PrimaryOne Health is a proud member of the Ohio Association of Community Health Centers (OACHC) and the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC).
For more information about PrimaryOne Health visit www.primaryonehealth.org or call 614-645-5500.