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APCP in Odessa

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What is the Access to Primary Care Program (APCP)?
APCP, funded by private donations from the Odessa community, is a collaboration between the HCC of Rural Missouri, Lafayette Regional Health Center, Odessa Medical Clinic, Red Cross Pharmacy, Neighborhood Clinic in Bates City and Live Well Community Health Center-Waverly.

What services does APCP cover?
APCP covers office visits for people without insurance and co-pays for people with insurance – if they meet eligibility requirements. The program covers primary care visits only and first-time prescription medications (no refills). Urgent care for things like colds, flu and ear infections are also provided. Treatment for chronic illnesses are not provided.

Who qualifies for APCP?
Primary care services are available for adults and children. Individuals must reside in the Odessa R-VII School District and must meet income criteria. To determine eligibility, patients must provide an insurance card, if insured, one form of identification (i.e. driver’s license, state ID, birth certificate) for themselves and/or dependents, as well as show proof of income and proof of address.

Where do I go and who do I call?
Services are provided by participating partners: Live Well Community Health Center - Waverly, Lafayette Regional Health Center, Odessa Medical Clinic, Neighborhood Clinic in Bates City and Red Cross Pharmacy. Call HCC at 877.344.3572 to get started.