We Believe In Phenomenal Healthcare

At Partnership Health Center, we have a passion for helping people. That's why we've expanded our services continuously since 1997. We now offer a wide variety of medical and dental services, as well as medication assistance. Bringing the highest level of service to the uninsured is how we provide phenomenal healthcare.
Dr John Anderson and patient

Medical Services

Primary Medical Care including Chronic Disease Management We serve patients for regular concerns, acute symptoms, and ongoing disease management
Basic Labs If qualified through SGMC Financial Services
Discounted Diagnostic Studies Including ultrasound, x-rays, CT scans, MRI, and nuclear medicine
Urgent Care When help is needed right away
Medication Assistance For approved applicants
Diabetic Education For prevention and treatment of diabetes

We also offer telehealth services for those who prefer to meet virtually.

Dental Services

The Partnership Health Center dental clinic was founded by the late Dr. William Broadfoot and Dr. Joe Kirbo in 2015. Staffed by volunteers, the dental clinic provides an essential health service to the region's uninsured.

Dental Clinic Staff

The clinic is staffed by volunteer dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants.


Our dental services include:

  • Exams
  • Extractions
  • Fillings
  • Cleaning
  • X-rays
  • Dentures
Service Cost

Our dental services are provided free of charge, except for dentures, for Partnership Health Center Patients whose income is at or below 100% of Federal Poverty Guidelines.

If You Need Immediate Assistance

Our Community Resource Guide includes the locations of other dental centers that could help you.

dentist and assistant working on patient

Medication Assistance

In 2003, Partnership Health Center established the Anderson Medbank. The Medbank program collaborates with pharmaceutical manufacturers to provide free and low-cost medication to the region's uninsured.

Last year, Partnership Health Center provided over $13 million in free medication. To date, the Anderson Medbank has provided over $67 million in medication assistance to Partnership Health Center's patients.

While Partnership Health Center is not a pharmacy, staff help patients by completing applications for drugs on their behalf.