IMPORTANT MESSAGE: If you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath (and may have been exposed to Coronavirus), we need to speak with you BEFORE you come to the health center so we can help you decide the best way to treat your symptoms. Please call us at (732) 774-6333 and kindly do not walk in before calling first.
Affordable, Quality Healthcare For the Entire Family
Make VNACJ Community Health Center (CHC) your medical home. We offer comprehensive primary care and wellness services for New Jersey residents of all ages at four convenient locations.
Who is our staff? Our certified healthcare professionals include physicians, advance practice nurses, registered nurses, certified nurse midwives, social workers, certified behavioral health counselors, and registered dietitians who will make you feel comfortable the moment you walk in the door.
*Spanish and Haitian Creole speaking staff is available if needed.
What about payment?
As a National Health Service Corps Site we promise to serve all patients, offer discount fees to patients who qualify, not deny service based on a persons: race, color, sex, national origin, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation and inability to pay.
As a federally qualified health center, VNACJ CHC accepts Medicare, Medicaid, commercial insurance, self-pay, and Workers Compensation. We also provide a “sliding fee” scale to assist under or uninsured patients in need. Specialized services, such as preventive health screenings are available to clients who designate the CHC as their primary health care provider.
The VNACJ Community Health Center is a deemed facility under the Federal Tort Claims Act
This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.
Sant Sante sa a resevwa finansman HHS epi li gen sèvis federal sante piblik (PHS) ki jere sitiyasyon ki gen rapò ak kèk pwoblèm sante oswa reklamasyon ki gen rapò ak sante, tankou reklamasyon ère medical, pou sant la ak moun ki kouvri yo
Este centro de salud recibe fondos de HHS y tiene el estatus de estado de salud pública federal (PHS) con respecto a ciertos reclamos de salud o relacionados con la salud, incluyendo reclamos por negligencia médica, para sí mismo y sus individuos.
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