About the Clinic
Centerville Clinics Provides Total Health Care for the Entire Community
Centerville Clinics is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), a non-profit community based health organization. An FQHC provides comprehensive primary care, dental and mental health services to people in all spectrums of their life. Centerville Clinics also assists patients to access specialty and hospital care services not available at the center.
Centerville Clinics provides total healthcare to the entire community through a network of 11 community medical, dental, and behavioral health offices serving Fayette, Greene, and Washington counties. We are the 5th largest FQHC out of 46 in the state of Pennsylvania. Centerville Clinics is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of at least 51% of clinic patients and functions under the supervision of the Bureau of Primary Health Care.
FQHCs were originally created to provide comprehensive health services to the medically underserved to reduce the patient load on hospital emergency rooms. They now bring primary health care services to the underserved, underinsured and uninsured people of the United States. FQHCs are typically located in areas where there are not enough physicians to serve the community and/or where existing clinical providers are not accessible to the underserved populations.
FQHCs are not free clinics but do provide their services to all persons regardless of ability to pay. FQHCs charge their services on a sliding-fee scale that is based on the patient’s family income and size. Centerville Clinics has Certified Application Counselors available to assist patients with Affordable Care Act. CHIPS, Medicaid and sliding fee applications.
Centerville Clinics is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). Fees based on ability to pay.
Quality health care for all (FQHCs are open to all and they must meet federal reporting, performance and accountability requirements).
Highly competent health professional team (FQHCs offer other services to help patients stay well, such as case management, pharmacy, lab testing, social services and translation).
Provides community control to ensure they are responsive to their patient population.
Centerville Clinics participates in most Managed Care programs and accepts both Medicare and Medicaid Managed Care. Alert to the unique healthcare needs of the region, the Clinics continues to accept new patients at all of its locations.
Each year Centerville Clinics participates in several area health fairs and offers health-education programs. As a member of the Western Pennsylvania Health Disparities Collaborative, Centerville Clinics provides Diabetes Education Programs at the Kenneth J. Yablonski clinic.
The primary-care services offered by Centerville Clinics includes family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, podiatry and mental health services. Among the specialty care services are allergy treatment, audiology, cardiology, dentistry (including preventative dentistry, cleaning, examination, restoration and laboratory services), black lung and dermatology.
Centerville Clinics is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). Centerville Clinics Inc is a FTCA Deemed facility.
How do I make an appointment?
To make an appointment at one of the Centerville Clinics offices or clinics, call that specific location. Generally, appointments can be made to fit your schedule. Centerville Clinics makes every effort to be responsive to the schedule needs of our patients, and make each patient’s wait as short as possible.
What are the office hours at Centerville Clinics?
Generally, the office hours at Centerville Clinics are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, although the hours may vary slightly at some locations. Some locations also offer evening and Saturday hours. To check the days and hours at a specific office or clinic, visit our list of locations.
How do I find the Centerville Clinics location nearest to me?
Centerville Clinics is a network of nine locations. We have offices or clinics in Bentleyville, California, Carmichaels, Fairchance, Republic, Uniontown, Washington, and Waynesburg, as well as the Joseph A. Yablonski Memorial Clinic. For the address, telephone number, and location of the site that is most convenient visit our list of locations or call the Yablonski Clinic at 724-632-6801.
What if I have to go to a hospital?
Physicians at Centerville Clinics see patients at all area hospitals. If you must be hospitalized, we can arrange for our physicians to follow-up with in-hospital care.
Will my records be secure?
All patient records at Centerville Clinics are confidential.
What about my medical records?
If you previously have been a patient of another physician and would like to become a patient of Centerville Clinics we are happy to arrange to have your records transferred.
Can I get help with my insurance forms?
Centerville Clinics processes all insurance forms, including industrial.
What if my Managed Care provider isn’t listed?
If your managed care provider isn’t currently on our list, please call Centerville Clinics at 724-632-6801 Ext. 224 and ask for Marianne. We are continually adding Managed Care providers.
Is my Managed Care coverage accepted at Centerville Clinics?
Centerville Clinics participates in most Managed Care programs. For a complete list of Managed Care programs currently approved for Centerville Clinics, visit our Managed Care page.
What services does Centerville Clinics offer?
Centerville Clinics provides complete primary medical care, family practice medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and pediatrics. Centerville Clinics offers dental care, home health care, and diagnostic services, including state-of-the-art mammography. For information on our services, visit our medical services page.
Who can use Centerville Clinics?
Centerville Clinics provides total healthcare to the entire community. Since its founding in 1955, all of the medical services and programs offered at Centerville have been open to everyone.