New Services at our 4500 Pope Avenue Location

Women’s Health, Behavioral Health, and Pediatric services are now available at our Pope location. Walk-ins are welcome!  For more information call 314-385-3990 or 314-633-6363 to schedule an appointment today. For hours and locations, click ‘learn more’.

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Show Me Healthy Women

 

Show Me Healthy Women is a free program for women ages 35 to 64 years old.  Women in the program receive FREE breast and cervical cancer screenings.  Plus, you’re invited to our annual Mammography Day in October. Find out if you’re eligible by calling 314-367-5820 ext. 2270.

Now offering $4 Prescriptions!

We offer a variety of generic drugs for an amazing, low price of $4 for a 30-day supply! Medicines included in this deal range include medicines that can treat high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, arthritis/pain, the common cold, bacterial illnesses, and many more. Download the full $4 generic drug list below to see what we offer!

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Let us guide you through your pregnancy.

…and help you prepare for motherhood! Mothers-to-be are encouraged to join us for our prenatal classes to learn more about motherhood and receive resources to help. Prenatal class attendees will receive dollars for the end-of-session prenatal baby shower for a chance to receive items to help care for your child. Call 314.367.5820 and ask for Shannon Petty for more information!

School-Based Healthcare Services

We’re making access to high-quality healthcare services easier by bringing our services to St. Louis area school districts! Participating school districts offer medical, dental, and behavioral health services for children and their families. For more information about school-based health services, or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 314.367.5820 ext. 2249.

Patient Portal

Access your information on-line through our Patient Portal. Click here to learn more and sign up!

Get Directions

Get directions to one of our three locations. Comp 1, Florence Hill, or Homer G. Phillips.