Family Medical Clinic, 1136 East Main Street, Johnson City
Call 423-722-0808 to make an appointment.
Mondays, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Wednesdays, 8 a.m. – noon
Thursdays, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fridays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Healthcare Through Family Medical Clinic
JCHA residents can receive healthcare at the Family Medical Clinic located at 1136 East Main Street, Johnson City. The clinic is a partnership between the Johnson City Community Health Center and Johnson City Housing Authority and provides health services to patients without insurance on a sliding-fee scale, based on family size and income. The clinic delivers primary care, women’s health exams, home visits, well-child checks, immunizations, physicals, minor first aid, and health education. Treatments for acute and chronic conditions are also provided.
Types of Healthcare Provided at Family Medical Clinic
- Acute, chronic, and preventative care for all family members.
- Prenatal Care
- Routine Gynecologic Care
- Mental Health Counseling
- Health Education
- Diagnostic Testing
- Specialty Care
- Medication Assistance
- Migrant Health
- Homeless Prevention and Intervention
Sue Reed, FNP
Katie Taylor-Falk, RN
Family Medical Clinic FAQs
Does Family Medical Clinic offer free medical care?
No, we’re not a free clinic. However, patients without insurance can pay on a sliding-fee scale based on your family size and income.
Is the Clinic accepting new patients?
Yes, we have openings for new patients. We are not accepting patients who are solely seeking pain management or psychiatric services as we are not a specialty pain or psychiatric clinic.
Do new patients have to give up their own doctors to use the services?
Yes, if they want to be a primary care patient, which means the Family Medical Clinic will become their medical home.
How do patients make an appointment?
Patients should call the Clinic to make an appointment. They should plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment. It’s suggested that patients call for routine appointments with as much advance notice as possible. Although same-day appointments are generally available, it is always best to call ahead.
What happens if a patient is late for an appointment?
If you know you’re going to be late for an appointment, please phone the Clinic as soon as possible to let the staff know. Because many patients are scheduled in a day, they are only able to wait a short time before the next patient is due to be seen by the clinician. If patients are more than 15 minutes late, the appointment may need to be rescheduled.
What happens if I miss an appointment?
Patients need to make every effort to keep appointments. As soon as you know you can’t make an appointment, phone the clinic and let the staff know so they can reschedule the visit and free up the time for another patient. Patients that cancel less than 24 hours prior to the appointment may be charged a late fee.