Advocates For Healthy Citizens
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 402
200 E Second Avenue Gastonia NC 28052 USA
Healthnet gaston is a collaborative care network dedicated to providing access to affordable health care for low-income, uninsured gaston county residents
The estimated value of physician and hospital services provided to participants in the healthnet gaston program and based on normal physician and medication billing rates was $8,833,000 in 2014 due to the efforts of the organization.
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This charity allowes me to continue using the same family practice that I have used for twenty years. They assist with prescriptions. They have covered the costs for my mammograms. Although the doctors believe what they see is benign, this charity provides me with follow ups. In fact, I have a six month recheck in the morning. This charity is priceless to me. They are a blessing to me. It is difficult to deal with the chronic illnesses and pain that scar me. Not having to constantly worry has helped me mentally and physically. Three weeks ago, I was allowed to begin a treatment plan with my former Chiropractor. He was able to receive the MRI's via email within minutes. I thanked him. He said that he wants to help. I have been provided with badly needed blood work, x-rays, MRI's, and sonograms. The volunteers are non-judgmental. They accept my Healthnet Gaston card with a smile every time. The Healthnet Gaston staff is always professional. Each time that I have left a message, I get a prompt and courteous return call. They really do care about helping people. They make me feel important. There is no charity that I know about that is more worthy to be named the 2012 Top-Rated Charity!
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