Bridgetown Middle School

Community Medical Resources

Area Health and Dental Resources close to the Oak Hills Local School District

Westside Pediatric Offices:

  • West Side Pediatrics - 663 Anderson Ferry Road, 922-8200

  • Group Health Associates - 2001 Anderson Ferry Road, 246-7000

  • Queen City Physicians, Glenway Pediatrics - 6350 Glenway Ave #300, 481-9700

  • Queen City Physicians, Western Ridge Pediatrics - 6949 Good Samaritan Drive, Suite 220, 246-8900

 

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center sponsored Health and Dental:

  • CCHMC Pediatric Primary Care Center - 3430 Burnet Ave., 636-7722

  • Hopple Street Primary Care Center - 2750 Beekman St., 517-2000

  • Teen Health Center/ Adolescent Medicine - 3333 Burnet Ave. (Location C), 636-4681

  • CCHMC Dental Clinic - 3333 Burnet Ave. (Location C5), 636-4641

 

Local Urgent Care Centers:

  • Cincinnati Children's Green Township - 5899 Harrison Ave., 803-8100

            (urgent care times M-F 6pm-11pm, Sat 12-7pm, Sun 11-7pm)

  • TriHealth Priority Care –6139 Glenway Ave., 346-3399

  • Medical Urgent Care - 3006 Glenmore Ave., 661-0555

 

Local Pediatric Dentists:

  • Dennis Lambert Pediatric Dentistry, 5534 Muddy Creek Rd, 574-8100

  • The Pediatric Dentist, Dr David Sullivan DDS - 5177 North Bend Rd, 662-5203

  • Delhi Family Dentistry - Dr. Richard Corwin DDS - 5127 Delhi Pike, 451-4343

  • Southwood Pope & Paul Family Dentistry - 5601 Cheviot Rd, 741-0900

  • Western Hills Family Dentistry - 3012 Glenmore Ave, Suite 206, 661-6576

The Place for Better Hearing - 3302 Westbourne Drive, 922-0123

Mental Health Services

  • Lifepoint Solutions, 3730 Glenway Ave., 381-6300

  • Cincinnati Center For Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis, 3001 Highland Ave., 961-8830

  • BridgePointe Psychological and Counseling Services-130 Wellington Place, 891-0650

 

Vision Services

  • Thoma and Sutton Eye Care, 2045 Anderson Ferry Road, Phone number:  513-922-6030 They are accepting new patients and they accept Ohio Medicaid Insurance not CS. Thoma and Sutton -11919 Montgomery Rd takes Care Source.

  • CCHMC Pediatric Primary Care Center - 3430 Burnet Ave., 636-4751 opt1- Green Township is an option.

  • Gutzwiller Optical 5968 Glenway Ave, 922-3515 CareSource Insurance







Information on Obtaining Free or Discounted Services

 

Free and low-cost healthcare and dental care is available through Ohio's Medicaid program for Children, families and pregnant women.

  • to find out if you are eligible and to apply, go to www.benefits.ohio.gov

  • Hotline: 800-324-8680

 

Free help with Ohio Medicaid and the Health Insurance Marketplace

  • Cincinnati Health Department (for Price Hill),564-2273

  • Freestore Foodbank (all of Hamilton County), 357-4633

 

Cincinnati Health Department/City of Cincinnati Primary Care Centers

Health Centers provide affordable primary care to people who do not have health insurance.  Most provide care on a sliding fee basis. 

  • Millvale Health Office - 2760 Beekman Street, 352-3192                                                 

    • Millvale Dental Office- 352-3196                       

  • Price Hill Health Office - 2136 West 8th Street 357-2700  

    • Price Hill Dental Office - 357-2704  

  • Crossroad Pediatric West-  2859 Boudinot Ave., Suite 107, 922-4271

 

Dental Offices accepting government assistance cards and for low income families

  • Small Smiles Dental Center - 2830 Colerain Ave., 591-1400

  • Small Smiles Dental Center - 1860 Seymour Rd. (Roselawn), 841-1000

 

Cincinnati Dental Society●Delta Dental Center●Free Dental Care for Children

  • in Oyler Elementary, 2121 Hatmaker Street     Contact: Vickie Nixon- 984-3442

FREE for those without dental insurance or Medicare coverage, not currently receiving dental care and falls below 200% poverty level.  

 

Dental OPTIONS Program (Ohio Partnership to Improve Oral Health through access to Needed Services) through CincySmiles.

  • 635 W. 7th St., Ste. 405, 621-2517

This is not an emergency service, as wait lists may be long.  There is an application process:  applicants must qualify based on income, other factors like health conditions or hardship and must not have dental insurance or Medicaid.

 

Immunization Clinics from Hamilton County Public Health Department - 946-7882

By appointment only*

  • Hamilton County Tuberculosis Clinic, 184 E. McMillan,

    • Second, fourth and fifth Monday of each month from 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.

  • Sharonville Fire Department, 11637 Chester Rd

    • First and Third Wednesday of each month, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.

 

*Vaccinations will be available ONLY for Hamilton County residents who are uninsured; whose insurance does not cover immunizations; or who are receiving or eligible for Medicaid.

 

Medication and prescription help:

 

http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/prescription-assistance

RX Assist offers a patient assistance program directory along with information about a variety of programs including drug discount cards, prescription assistance programs for generic medications, programs that help with medication co-pays, programs that provide free and low cost health care, as well as information for Medicare Part D beneficiaries.



Cincinnati Health Department – This is the local Hamilton County agency that will offer the most programs and assistance. Patients who are homeless, have no insurance, are low income, unemployed, or who are facing difficult times may be able to get billed lesser amounts on their bills. Some may qualify for free care too. Call them for checkups, immunizations, dental cleanings, medications, and other basic health care. Phone number is (513) 263-8750. locations see above.

 

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Information on Obtaining Free or Discounted Services

Free and low-cost healthcare and dental care is available through Ohio's Medicaid program for Children, families and pregnant women.

  • to find out if you are eligible and to apply, go to www.benefits.ohio.gov
  • Hotline: 800-324-8680

Free help with Ohio Medicaid and the Health Insurance Marketplace

  • Cincinnati Health Department (for Price Hill),564-2273
  • Freestore Foodbank (all of Hamilton County), 357-4633

Cincinnati Health Department/City of Cincinnati Primary Care Centers

Health Centers provide affordable primary care to people who do not have health insurance.  Most provide care on a sliding fee basis. 

  • Millvale Health Office - 2760 Beekman Street, 352-3192                                                 
    • Millvale Dental Office- 352-3196                       
  • Price Hill Health Office - 2136 West 8th Street 357-2700  
    • Price Hill Dental Office - 357-2704  
  • Crossroad Pediatric West-  2859 Boudinot Ave., Suite 107, 922-4271

Dental Offices accepting government assistance cards and for low income families

  • Small Smiles Dental Center - 2830 Colerain Ave., 591-1400
  • Small Smiles Dental Center - 1860 Seymour Rd. (Roselawn), 841-1000

Cincinnati Dental Society●Delta Dental Center●Free Dental Care for Children

  • in Oyler Elementary, 2121 Hatmaker Street     Contact: Vickie Nixon- 984-3442
    FREE for those without dental insurance or Medicare coverage, not currently receiving dental care and falls below 200% poverty level.  

Cincinnati Health Dept Dental Locations

Dental OPTIONS Program (Ohio Partnership to Improve Oral Health through access to Needed Services) through CincySmiles.

  • 635 W. 7th St., Ste. 405, 621-2517

This is not an emergency service, as wait lists may be long. There is an application process:  applicants must qualify based on income, other factors like health conditions or hardship and must not have dental insurance or Medicaid.

Immunization Clinics from Hamilton County Public Health Department - 946-7882

By appointment only*

  • Hamilton County Tuberculosis Clinic, 184 E. McMillan,
    • Second, fourth and fifth Monday of each month from 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Sharonville Fire Department, 11637 Chester Rd
    • First and Third Wednesday of each month, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.

*Vaccinations will be available ONLY for Hamilton County residents who are uninsured; whose insurance does not cover immunizations; or who are receiving or eligible for Medicaid.

 

Free Help Getting Health Coverage 

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Medication and prescription help:

http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/prescription-assistance

RX Assist offers a patient assistance program directory along with information about a variety of programs including drug discount cards, prescription assistance programs for generic medications, programs that help with medication co-pays, programs that provide free and low cost health care, as well as information for Medicare Part D beneficiaries.

Cincinnati Health Department – This is the local Hamilton County agency that will offer the most programs and assistance. Patients who are homeless, have no insurance, are low income, unemployed, or who are facing difficult times may be able to get billed lesser amounts on their bills. Some may qualify for free care too. Call them for checkups, immunizations, dental cleanings, medications, and other basic health care. Phone number is (513) 263-8750. locations see above.