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Oconee County Public Health Department
Seneca Site
PO Box 488
609 North Townville Street
Seneca, SC 29679
(864) 882-2245

Walhalla Site
200 Booker Drive
Walhalla, SC 29691
(864) 638-4170
The Oconee County Health Department offers a wide variety of health care services at a low cost or for free.

Clemson Free Clinic
105 Anderson Hwy
Clemson, SC 29633
(864) 654-8277
http://www.clemsonfreeclinic.org/
Open only on Wednesdays. The clinic only serves those individuals who are at or below the state poverty level and who live in Clemson, Central, and Pendleton, South Carolina. The Clinic offers free medical examinations, with local volunteer doctors, free generic medicine to those they treat, and, when needed, they seek to find ways to allow patients free or low cost surgery. Call for more information.

Rosa Clark Medical Clinic
210 South Oak Street
Seneca, SC 29678
(864) 882-4664
The Rosa Clark Medical Clinic is a FREE medical clinic providing care to residents of Oconee County who are unable to turn anywhere else for medical care. Services include primary care office visits, laboratory services, prescription medications, referral services.

Oconee Medical Center
298 Memorial Drive
Seneca, SC 29672
(864) 882-3351
http://www.oconeemed.org/
Oconee Medical Center is a non-profit hospital which offers a financial assistance program to low income individuals who are without insurance. The program offers services to qualified participants on a sliding fee basis. Oconee Medical Center also operates Mountain Lake Access Health which helps qualified uninsured individuals find volunteer doctors and obtain cheaper prescription medicines.

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