The Primary Health Network, a Federally Qualified Health Center, provides quality primary care services and access to specialty care commensurate with the needs of the people in the communities we serve. Services are offered regardless of age, race, creed, sex, national origin or ability to pay.
Federally Qualified Health Centers or FQHCs are community-based organizations that provide comprehensive primary care and preventive care, including health, oral, and mental health/substance abuse services to persons of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay.
Choosing your primary care physician is a personal choice and being comfortable with your doctor is important as well. Try to find a Physician who will listen to you and help you sort through your healthcare issues and concerns. Your doctor should take the time to answer your questions and, if necessary, develop a treatment plan that you understand and can follow.
All of Primary Health Network's current medical services are listed here on our website. We are always looking to have additional health benefits for you, so our services are always expanding.
At Primary Health Network we manage your care by making the patient the most important person in our health care system. To assure we meet all of our patients needs we are working toward Patient Centered Medical Home. PCMH is an approach of providing total health care for the patient keeping all of their needs in mind. With the PCMH model, the patient will join a team that includes health care professionals, trusted friends or family members (if you wish), and—most importantly—the patients.
Anyone in Pennsylvania/Ohio can become a patient at Primary Health Network. We are always looking to expand so if there is no Primary Health locations near by, we might be soon.
All of Primary Health Network’s sites are accepting new patients. The next available appointment would differ per facility and provider. Please visit Our Locations to find the nearest Primary Health Network Medical Center in order to get started!
Each of our providers and sites participate in different carriers due to their different locations and specialties. For more specific information, please refer to the individual providers and facilities on this website where the major carriers are indicated. If your particular carrier is not listed, please feel free to contact your insurance carrier or you can contact our Billing Dept. for further questions.
Current and New Patients can establish medical appointments via telephone to any of our locations in order to find available appointment openings at your local health center.
There are several things you can do to better prepare yourself for a visit with your doctor. Being prepared prior to the appointment will allow you to get the most out of the short time that you and your doctor have together. It will also likely make you less anxious about the visit. Visit our Patient Forms section in order to get some assistance.
No problem. If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, we ask that you call your physicians office at least 24 hours in advance to cancel the appointment and make up a date to reschedule your visit. Feel free to Contact Us if you have any additional questions.
There are many things to consider when you receive a denial from your insurance carrier that states "not a covered service". Some health insurance plans do not pay for certain procedures, some frequently used examples are: consultations...
We do offer structured payments plans for all of Primary Health Network's services. You can contact the Billing Office at 724.342.5313. A Primary Health Network representative will contact help you create a payment schedule that can be monitored. We also accept Visa and MasterCard. Alternatively, the Primary Health Network also offers a Sliding Fee Scale for services.
As a Federally Qualified Health Center, we offer a discount for most of Primary Health Network’s services. To determine if you are eligible or what your percentage discount will be, please visit our Sliding Fee Scale page for additional information, eligibility and registration documents.
Please call the Primary Health Network clinic closest to you for an appointment. You should plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Please call for routine appointments with as much advance notice as possible. Although we will make same-day appointments for urgent care, it is always best to call ahead and let us know you are coming in.
We ask that you make every effort to keep your appointment. When you schedule an appointment, our staff prepares your health records for your visit and reserves time for you to be seen by the provider. We ask that you call the clinic as soon as you know you will not be able to keep your appointment so we can reschedule your visit and free up your appointment time for another patient to be seen.
Please call to let us know you are going to be late for your appointment. Because many patients are scheduled in a day, we are only able to wait a short time before the next patient is due to be seen by the provider. If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, we may need to ask you to reschedule your appointment.
Call 911 immediately if you are having a life-threatening emergency. Do not call your provider first. Make a follow-up call with your provider within 24 hours of your emergency or when your health allows
For non-life threatening urgent medical care after hours and on weekends, patients of Primary Health Network should call their clinic location and explain their need. They will receive a call back from the staff as soon as possible.
The Primary Health Network website is for informational purposes only and not intended as medical advice or a substitute for a consultation with a Primary Health Network care professional.