(AP) – Routine medical care will be available to residents of southeastern Alabama through a program meant to train military members to provide health care during missions.
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs officials say residents of Barbour and Macon counties are being offered free medical, dental and eye screenings through June 25. Officials say the clinics are being hosted by the Delta Regional Authority and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
Officials say the clinics are being hosted at from 8 AM to 5 PM at:
- Barbour County High School, 165 South Midway Street in Clayton
- Eufaula High School, 530 Lake Drive in Eufaula
- Tuskegee Institute Middle School, 1809 Franklin Road in Tuskegee
No appointments are necessary. Available services include:
- Medical Screening and non-emergency medical treatment (NO EMERGENCIES, NO OB EXAMS or OB TREATMENT)
- Dental Exams, Extractions, and Fillings ONLY (NO ROOT CANALS or CROWNS)
- Optometry exams and glasses AT NO COST (Single vision, one pair only)
- Sports physicals
You do not have to be a resident of Macon or Barbour counties to participate in the free clinics.
Delta Regional Authority Co-Chairman Chris Masingill says more than 50,000 people have been served through the program in the past six years.