The medical clinic at the Knox County Community Health Center provides medical care for children and adults, including:
- Treatment of illness such as ear aches, colds, sore throats, sinus infections
- Management of chronic disease such as diabetes
- Physical exams for work, school and sports
- DOT Physical
- Well-child exams
- Lead testing
- Immunizations for children and adults including shots for influenza, pneumonia, hepatitis A and B and shingles
- Women’s health including pregnancy tests and pap tests
- Blood pressure screenings, TB testing, tetanus shots
- Tobacco cessation treatment
- Nutrition counseling
- Substance abuse treatment
We have full-time nurse practitioners, nurses, medical assistants, and a doctor.
*NOTICE: By signing your name electronically and submitting the form(s), you acknowledge your electronic signature has the same legal validity as your manual signature.
Intake Packet: Fillable Intake Paperwork
Spanish Intake Packet - PRINT ONLY (papeleo de admisión de pacientes - IMPRIMIR SOLO): Versión en Español - todos los servicios
Sports Physical: OHSAA Pre-Participation Physical Exam Forms *If athlete is coming unaccompanied, PARENT/GUARDIAN needs to SIGN form before appointment
Special Clinic Forms
Please bring your Special Clinic form(s) - Additional intake forms are NOT needed.
COVID-19 Vaccine: COVID-19 Consent Form
Flu Shot: Flu Shot Consent Form
School Vaccines: School Immunization Clinic Consent & Demographics Forms
- Payment is due at time of service.
- Minimum payment for self-pay patients is $20 for Medical.
- If patients do not have health insurance, a sliding fee schedule at 200% above federal poverty guidelines is offered to all patients who are eligible. Need help getting coverage? Visit HealthCare.gov for easy steps to get health insurance.
- Health Center staff can also assist patients with enrolling in health insurance or Medicaid if they qualify.
- Patients are expected to pay the full sliding-fee-scale amount at the time of their appointment.
- At the time your appointment is made, you will be told how much you can expect to pay. If for some reason we need to do a procedure that was not planned, and you cannot pay in full, a statement will be given to you. The remaining balance will need to be paid before another appointment can be scheduled.
- KCCHC protects its patients from surprise medical bills for services and items provided by KCCHC through a combination of:
- compliance with requirements established under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act and
- provision of Good Faith Estimates as outlined in Section 27966B-6 of the Federal No Surprises Act.
Appointments and Cancellations
- If you cannot make a scheduled appointment, please notify us by phone, at least 24 hrs. in advance of the appointment. There is usually a waiting list of people needing an appointment, so if you can’t make yours, we would like to be able to offer the appointment time to someone else.
- If you do not call 24 hrs. in advance to cancel an appointment, it will be considered a “missed” appointment and could delay or prohibit future appointments.
- A missed appointment is any appointment in which the patient does not show up or call in advance to cancel or reschedule the appointment.
Knox County Community Health Center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).