Cooperative Health Is Still Providing Health Care Services

Cooperative Health Is Still Providing Health Care Services

To Our Valued Community Partners,

We want you to know that ……..

Cooperative Health Is Still Providing Health Care Services

Eau Claire Cooperative Health Center (dba Cooperative Health) is committed to being an essential partner with other public health organizations to promote community awareness of the evolving threat of COVID19 while maintaining patient services. Regardless of insurance status or ability to pay, Cooperative Health will remain operational to provide healthcare services, including pharmacy and behavioral health services.

COVID19 drive-thru testing. Cooperative Health tests in four rural communities in the Midlands of South Carolina: Hopkins, Little Mountain, Winnsboro and Pelion. Tests are administered by appointment only Monday – Thursday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Residents can call (803) 722-1822 to speak with a patient service representative for more information and to complete the COVID19 screening process.

Virtual telehealth based visits. Cooperative Health offers telehealth visits to existing patients. Amid COVID19, these phone-based visits will allow for social distancing while providing continuity of care.

Pediatric services. You are welcome to schedule an appointment most convenient for you and your family. Cooperative Health continues to offer newborn and adolescent well-child and immunization visits.

Adult services. Don’t wait and put your health off. With COVID – 19, the emergency room and urgent care centers are no place for primary care. If you have blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic health conditions we need to continue with your healthcare regimen. We want to keep you healthy.

Pharmacy services. If you do not have insurance, Cooperative Health provides extra savings. We have four conveniently located in-house pharmacies with staff ready to assist you. We also offer a mail out option or home delivery for refrigerated medications. Also, we provide curbside pick-up at all locations and our West Columbia and Eastover pharmacies have a drive-thru so you don’t have to leave your vehicle. We can take payment via credit card over the phone and get the medications sent out to you.

Mental and behavioral health services: Do not neglect your mental health. COVID19 is an extremely stress oriented time. Remain in care with us. If you are experiencing uncontrolled mental health or psychiatric symptoms, please call us.

Obstetrics & Gynecological (OB/GYN) services. Cooperative Health offers extraordinary care in the field of women’s health and pregnancy. Please call us to schedule new or follow-up appointments.

Podiatry and Dental services: Cooperative Health offers 3 regional locations for the care of your TEETH and FEET. During COVID19, dental care is for emergency – acute pain only. Foot care is open for all your needs.

We’re still here to make sure your health care needs are addressed. We are committed to maintaining accessible, high-quality compassionate health care services for our patients during these uncertain times. Make an appointment today to receive first-class health care in a safe and friendly environment.

Thank you for trusting Cooperative Health with your health care needs.

Please visit our website for more information.


About Eau Claire Cooperative Health Center (dba Cooperative Health)

Founded in 1981, Cooperative Health is an independent nonprofit organization providing primary care services with the aim of improving the lives of the patients we serve. In 2019, Cooperative Health provided healthcare services to nearly 62,000 patients throughout the Midlands of South Carolina. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, we are located throughout medically underserved areas in Richland, Lexington, Fairfield, and Newberry counties, and recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient Centered Medical Home. Cooperative Health offers comprehensive services including: family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, behavioral medicine, dental, pharmacy, orthopedics and podiatry. We served as an economic engine with a total financial impact of $86 million in 2018; employing more than 500 people, including over 80 medical providers.

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