Top 5 clinics in or near Homosassa

1. Samaritans Free Dental & Medical Clinic

9020 W Atlas Dr
Homosassa, FL - 34448
28.8333240,-82.5840050 352-613-2630
Free extractions, fillings, and other possible services as available. Available by appointment only.
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2. Citrus County Health Department Inverness Health Dept

15 miles away from Homosassa
120 N Montgomery Ave
Inverness, FL - 34450
28.8372912,-82.3443537 352-726-1731
Nearby Dental Clinic: 15 miles from Homosassa
Inverness Health DepartmentMonday     7am - 5:30pmTuesday     7am - 5:30pmWednesday     7am - 5:30pmThursday     7am - 5:30pmFriday     7am - 5:30pmSaturday     ClosedSunday     ClosedSERVICES OF
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3. Crescent Community Clinic

18 miles away from Homosassa
5244 Commercial Way
Spring Hill, FL - 34606
28.5034003,-82.5868316 (352) 667-1464
Nearby Dental Clinic: 18 miles from Homosassa
Crescent Dental Clinic is available for patients 18 years of age and older.HoursMon8:30 am – 3:00 pm    Tue8:30 am – 3:00 pm    Wed8:30 am – 3:30 pmThuClosed    Fri8:30 am – 3:00 pmSat8:30 am – 3:00 pmSunClosedDental ServicesIn June of 2011, the
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4. Hernando County Health Department

Hernando County Health Department
19 miles away from Homosassa
7551 Forest Oaks Boulevard
Spring Hill, FL - 34606
28.4915860,-82.5925220 (352) 540-6800
Nearby Dental Clinic: 19 miles from Homosassa
Children are accepted by the Hernando County Health Department as soon as their first tooth comes in (usually around six to eight months). Adult clients are accepted on a very limited basis. Payment is by Medicaid, cash, MasterCard, Visa, or check with ID.Emergency dental services are available for
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5. Hernando County Health Department Brooksville

19 miles away from Homosassa
300 South Main Street
Brooksville, FL - 34601
28.5521010,-82.3886969 (352) 540-6800
Nearby Dental Clinic: 19 miles from Homosassa
Children are accepted by the Hernando County Health Department as soon as their first tooth comes in (usually around six to eight months). Adult clients are accepted on a very limited basis. Payment is by Medicaid, cash, MasterCard, Visa, or check with ID.Emergency dental services are available for

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