March 8, 2021
PrimaryOne Health reopens health center for Southside Residents
Columbus, Ohio – PrimaryOne Health® today announced the reopening of the health center site located at 3781 South High Street. The reopening of the health center will provide primary care services to residents on the Southside of Franklin County serving Columbus. Patients can schedule an in-person or Telehealth visit by calling 614-645-5500.
In 2020, during the pandemic, PrimaryOne Health consolidated health centers to ensure services across Franklin County. “We are reopening this health center on the Southside to expand access to underserved communities and once again provide quality health care. Services offered include primary care, pediatrics, mental health and addiction services,” said PrimaryOne Health Chief Executive Officer, Charleta B. Tavares.
In operation since 1997, PrimaryOne Health provides comprehensive integrated primary care and behavioral health services to insured, UN/underinsured residents throughout Franklin and Pickaway Counties. The organization operates twelve (12) health center locations and is the oldest and largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Central Ohio.
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, nutrition, pharmacy, physical therapy and specialty care services to over 48,000 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 and its programs, go to www.primaryonehealth.org.