Bluestone Health Association Details

Last-Modified: 2021-10-12 05:49:36

Bluestone has a "sliding scale" program that reduces costs for low-income families, and some of their services are free depending on your income, like Family Planning or Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Programs. They also accept most third party insurance and can bill Medicaid and Medicare directly.

Family Practice & Adult Health Services
Pediatrics including immunization, well-child care
EPSDT well-child care for children on Medicaid
Laboratory Services
Family Planning* including supplies and counseling
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program*
Black Lung Services* including benefits counseling, diagnosis and treatment
Maternity or Pregnancy Care* including women on Medicaid or with no insurance
Disability Examinations
Home visits for shut-ins
Hospital Care 24 hours for acute or chronic problems. After hours you are to call Princeton Community Hospital at 487-7000 and ask for the doctor on call for Bluestone Health Center
Assistance with Medications *
Behavioral Health

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Date Added Type of Clinic Description Cost
2022-12-16 $1000
2022-12-16 $0
2020-10-23 Completely Free Clinic $0
2019-05-09 Charged Sliding Scale $20
2019-05-09 Charged Sliding Scale $948
2019-03-06 Completely Free Clinic $0
2018-09-07 Charged Sliding Scale $20
2018-08-11 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $190
2018-07-31 Charged Sliding Scale $300
2018-06-23 Completely Free Clinic $0

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  • Posted by User on Tuesday, August 10, 2021

    Response: Yes

  • Posted by User on Wednesday, June 23, 2021

    Response: You can but you risk not being seen.

  • Posted by on Apr 24, 2020

    I just broke off a front tooth. On the right side.Not the ones that was worked on before there. Not just chipped. Broke off up to the gum. Wondering if you are open for emergencies.

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