We take special care to understand the unique needs of each of our patients. All of our centers serve patients regardless of their ability to pay. We offer discounts for essential services, depending upon each patient's family size and income.
Sliding Fee Program
This program helps ensure that no financial barriers to healthcare exist. It is available to uninsured or under-insured patients with limited income. Patients pay a nominal fee based on income and family size. Households must meet eligibility requirements based on federal poverty guidelines. All patients must meet with the Patient Benefits Coordinator to apply for this program.
Sharing The Care Program
In 1993, Pfizer established this program to help remove obstacles to quality health care. Sharing the Care is a unique partnership that joins Pfizer, the National Association of Community Health Centers, and the National Governors Associations. Through this program, Pfizer partners with Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center to help their eligible patients in need. Patients may speak with the pharmacy for additonal information.
Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
PAPs are services offered by pharmaceutical companies for those who cannot afford their medications. This program is available to low-income individuals or families who are under-insured of uninsured and are provided to those who meet the eligibility guidelines. Assistance may range from reduced cost or drugs to free medicine. Each drug that is offered will have its own program and may meet different eligibility requirements. Patients should speak with their provider's nurse for additional information.
Family Planning Program
Available for women who meet the requirements. The program provides annual exams, pelvic exams, PAP tests, breast exams, birth control, pregnancy tests, STD testing, etc. This program is available to women who meet the eligibility requirements. Patients may speak with the family planning nurse for additional information.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (BCCSP)
Patient's cancer screening services are offered to patients age 25 to 64. Users of this program must meet income eligibility guidelines and be uninsured or under-insured. The program offers free or low cost mammograms, PAP tests, and breast and cervical diagnostic testing to those who qualify. Patients may speak with the BCCSP nurse for additional information.