We’ve put together a list of health resources and supportive services for all 27 eastern North Carolina counties in the Access East service area. We’ve broken things down by types of service, since organizing everything by individual counties would produce a massive, difficult-to-navigate list.
Please note that while we strive to keep this information current, community resources change regularly, so you may encounter something out-of-date here. If so, we’d be grateful if you’d let us know so we can correct the listed information as quickly as possible, for everyone’s benefit; please drop us a note through our Contact Form, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with COMMUNITY RESOURCES in the subject line.
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Specifically, we mean what are known as federally qualified health centers, or FQHCs. These community-based regional clinics provide patient-centered healthcare that brings together high quality medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and supportive services, without regard to a person’s ability to pay. There are a number of them in our 27-county coverage area, often with multiples per county, though they are not found in all 27 counties.
Note that this list is not of every FQHC in our region; it only includes clinics, and only those with permanent addresses. (The practice/office/physician name appears in bold.)
- Washington: Agape Health Services’ Agape Community Health Center – Washington, 120 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; (252) 940-0602
- Colerain: Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center’s Colerain Primary Care, 109 W. River St.; (252) 356-2404
- Lewiston: Bertie County Rural Health Association’s Lewiston Medical Center, 307 S. Main St.; (252) 348-2545
- Windsor: Bertie County Rural Health Association’s Windsor Medical Center, 104 Rhodes Ave.; (252) 794-3042
- Tyner: Gateway Community Health Center, 2869 Virginia Road; (252) 221-2171
All Duplin County locations are operated by Goshen Medical Center.
- Beaulaville: Goshen Medical Center, 119 Crossover Road; (910) 298-3125
- Faison: Goshen Medical Center, 444 SW Center St.; (910) 267-0421
- Faison: Goshen Medical Center Dental Clinic, 460 SW Center St.; (910) 267-0421
- Kenansville: Goshen Medical Center Women’s Health, 212 Duplin St.; (910) 296-0790
- Rose Hill: Goshen Medical Center Plainview, 360 E. Charity Road; (910) 289-3086
- Wallace: Goshen Medical Center Wallace, 110 Eastwood Drive; (910) 285-2111
- Warsaw: Goshen Medical Center Warsaw, 603 E. College St.; (910) 293-3900
- Warsaw: Goshen Medical Center Warsaw Wellness, 113 S. Pine St., (910) 293-7246
Both Gates County locations are operated by Gateway Community Health Centers.
- Gatesville: Gateway Community Health Centers’ Adolescent Care Center, Gates County High School (student clinic), 88 U.S. Hwy. 158 West; (252) 357-1244
- Gatesville: Gateway Community Health Centers, 501 Main St.; (252) 357-1226
All Greene County locations are operated by Greene County Health Care, Inc.
- Snow Hill: Greene Dental Services, 6 Professional Drive; (252) 747-3846
- Snow Hill: Kate B. Reynolds Medical Center, 205 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway; (252) 747-4199
- Snow Hill: Snow Hill Medical Center, 302 N. Greene St.; (252) 747-2921
- Snow Hill: Student Health Services at Greene Central High School (student clinic), 140 School Drive; (252) 747-5841
- Walstonburg: Walstonburg Medical Center, 204 S. Main St.; (252) 753-3771
All Halifax County locations are operated by Rural Health Group.
- Enfield: Rural Health Group at Enfield, 114 Market St.; (252) 445-2332
- Hollister: Rural Health Group at Twin County, 204 Evans Road; (252) 586-5151
- Littleton: Rural Health Group at Lake Gaston, 108 N. Mosby Ave.; (252) 586-5411
- Roanoke Rapids: Rural Health Group at Roanoke Rapids, 2066 N.C. Hwy. 125; (252) 536-5000
- Roanoke Rapids: Rural Health Group at Halifax Regional Medical Center, 250 Smith Church Road; (252) 535-8424
- Roanoke Rapids: Rural Health Group Pediatrics and Dental, 2064 NC Hwy. 125; (252) 536-5880
- Scotland Neck: Rural Health Group at Scotland Neck, 919 Jr. High School Road; (252) 826-3143
- Weldon: Rural Health Group at Weldon (only open seasonally; call for times), 805 Washington Ave.; (252) 536-5000
All Hertford County locations are operated by Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center.
- Ahoskie: Ahoskie Comprehensive Care, 240 S. Academy St.; (252) 332-3548
- Murfreesboro: Hertford County Student Wellness Center at Hertford County Middle School (student clinic), 1850 NC 11; (252) 396-0402
- Murfreesboro: Murfreesboro Primary Care, 305 Beechwood Blvd.; (252) 398-3323
Both Hyde County locations are operated by Ocracoke Health Center.
- Engelhard: Engelhard Medical Center, 33270 U.S. Hwy. 264; (252) 925-7000
- Ocracoke: Ocracoke Health Center, 305 Back Road; (252) 928-1511
- Trenton: Goshen Medical Center Trenton, 104 E. Lakeview Drive; (252) 448-4321
- Kinston: Kinston Community Health Center, 324 N. Queen St.; (252) 522-9800
- Williamston: Agape Health Services’ Agape Community Health Center – Williamston, 1130 Godwin Road; (252) 789-0452
All Northampton County locations are operated by Rural Health Group.
- Jackson: Rural Health Group at Jackson, 9425 NC Hwy. 305; (252) 534-1661
- Rich Square: : Rural Health Group at Rich Square, 200 S. Main St.; (252) 539-2082
- Alliance: Greene County Health Care’s Pamlico Community Health Center, 13531 Hwy. 55 West; (252) 745-2070
All Pitt County locations are operated by
- Greenville: James D. Bernstein Community Health Center, dental clinic, 261 Belvoir Hwy.; (252) 695-6352
- Greenville: James D. Bernstein Community Health Center, medical clinic, 261 Belvoir Hwy.; (252) 695-6352
- Grimesland: Grimesland Outreach Services, 550 River St.; (252) 752-1857
- Grifton: Grifton Outreach Services, 540 Queen St.; (252) 747-8162
- Wilson: Carolina Family Health Center Wilson Community Health Center, 303 E. Green St.; (252) 243-9800
Click here to be taken to a list of Health Directors across the state, then simply pick your own county from the drop-down menu and, in the new page that opens, click on the director’s name to be taken to a page that will include an easy-to-find website link. Now click that link to go to your county’s site, and you should have no trouble finding that department’s address and other
Here you’ll find all hospitals in our 27-county service area.
Note that if you or someone with you is having a true medical emergency, do NOT take the time to look up your own closest hospital, but call 9-1-1 immediately.
- Ahoskie: Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital
- Edenton: Vidant Chowan Hospital
- Elizabeth City: Sentara Albemarle Medical Center
- Greenville: Vidant Medical Center
- Kenansville: Vidant Duplin Hospital
- Kinston: UNC Lenoir Health Care
- Nags Head: The Outer Banks Hospital
- New Bern: CarolinaEast Medical Center
- Morehead City: Carteret Health Care
- Roanoke Rapids: Halifax Regional Medical Center
- Rocky Mount: Nash General Hospital
- Scotland Neck: Our Community Hospital
- Tarboro: Vidant Edgecombe Hospital
- Washington: Vidant Beaufort Hospital
- Williamston: Martin General Hospital
- Wilson: Wilson Medical Center
- Windsor: Vidant Bertie Hospital
If you’re interested in seeing any of providers linked to below, please confirm with them first that they are still accepting new Medicaid patients.
Go here to access a list of specialist physicians, listed by county, who have accepted Medicaid in the past.
Go here for lists of dentists and dental professionals, arranged by county, who have accepted Medicaid or Health Choice in the past.
Medicaid-covered behavioral health services in our 27-county service area are coordinated by three different MCOs, or managed-care organizations: Trillium Health Resources, Eastpointe, and Cardinal Innovations Healthcare. These MCOs do not provide direct care to Medicaid patients, but rather help establish relationships with providers for mental health, substance-abuse, and intellectual/developmental disability services.
Consult the Regional Behavioral Health Map to see which MCO covers your own county.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) has put together a list of mental health and behavioral health providers who do offer direct care. You can download that list, arranged by county, here. Note that you will have to contact individual providers to see if they accept new Medicaid patients, though the MCO that serves your county should be able to provide you with that information as well.
This link takes you to the main NCDHHS page, connecting you to a wealth of information and resources related to North Carolina’s management and delivery of health- and human-related services, particularly for some of our state’s most vulnerable citizens, including children, the elderly, the disabled, and low-income families.
The NCDHHS itself is divided into multiple divisions and offices, though all fall under four broad categories: health, human services, administrative, and support functions.
Use this map at the main N.C. Department of Health and Human Services website to find your local Department of Social Services office. Click over the outline of your own county, and basic contact information for that DSS office should appear.
We’ve also included a link to the most recent list of all DSS offices across the state, arranged by county, with contact information included for each office.
Not all parts of our 27-county service area have public-transportation services, but below is a list of providers who do, arranged by counties or cities of service. You’ll find contact information at each link and, often, hours of service as well.
- Beaufort County, including Washington: Beaufort Area Transit System (BATS)
- Bertie County: Choanoke Public Transportation Authority (CPTA)
- Camden County: Inter-County Public Transportation Authority (ICPTA)
- Chowan County: Inter-County Public Transportation Authority (ICPTA)
- Currituck County: Inter-County Public Transportation Authority (ICPTA)
- Craven County, including New Bern: Craven-Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS)
- Dare County Transit System (DCTS)
- Gates County Inter-Regional Transportation System (GITS)
- Greenville, in-city only: GREAT Bus System
- Halifax County: Choanoke Public Transportation Authority (CPTA)
- Hertford County: Choanoke Public Transportation Authority (CPTA)
- Jones County: Craven-Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS)
- Martin County Transit (MCT), including Williamston
- Northampton County: Choanoke Public Transportation Authority (CPTA)
- Pamlico County: Craven-Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS)
- Pasquotank County, including Elizabeth City: Inter-County Public Transportation Authority (ICPTA)
- Perquimans County, including Edenton: Inter-County Public Transportation Authority (ICPTA)
- Pitt County: Pitt Area Transit System (PATS), and inside Greenville, the GREAT Bus System
- Rocky Mount, in city only: Tar River Transit
An excellent source for information on community resources statewide is the United Way’s NC 2-1-1 website, which allows you to search by county, and by type of service.