Your health and well-being is important to us. We will do our best to help you get the healthcare you need.
410 Oakland Ave.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Mail: PO Box 3123, Rock Hill, SC 29732
Monday through Thursday
8:00am - 12:00pm
1:00pm - 5:00pm
What we offer
Palmetto Community Health Care provides compassionate care for qualified patients age 18-64, including:
Management of chronic health conditions such as COPD, diabetes, gastrointestinal issues, hypertension, obesity and thyroid disorders
Treatment for minor acute illnesses like bronchitis, sinus infections and influenza
Onsite screenings for breast, uterine, lung and colon cancers.
Nutritional counseling for diabetes and obesity
Routine lab and radiology services
Resident of Lancaster or York County
Age 18 to 64
Have no health insurance coverage or veteran’s benefits and not covered by Medicaid/Medicare
Have a household income up to 250% of the Federal Poverty Index Range
To schedule an eligibility appointment, call 803-366-6337 and bring:
Current Government issued ID
Any bill/piece of mail in the patient's name that comes to the residence and is dated within the last month
Monthly income for each adult living in the household dated within the last month.
Compassionate, quality care is our mission
Palmetto Community Health Care was founded in 2008 to care for uninsured adults ages 18 to 64. In addition to treating minor acute illnesses, the clinic focuses on treatment for chronic health conditions and provides cancer screenings, eye care, lab procedures and prescriptions – all free to the patient.
But we’re much more than an urgent care center. We provide a medical home to our patients and work with them to establish healthy habits and improve their outcomes. That partnership improves their overall health and saves community resources by keeping patients out of emergency rooms.
Volunteer doctors and nurses staff the clinic, which has a limited paid staff and is funded by grants and donations. The clinic receives no federal funding. Originally Palmetto Volunteers in Medicine, the clinic most recently was called the York County Free Clinic when the name was changed to reflect a wider service area that now includes surrounding counties.