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Learn how to prevent HIV. Protect yourself and your partner with the use of condoms, less risky behaviors, limit the number of sex partners, and never share needles. Talk to your doctor about taking medicine to prevent HIV infection and if you think you have been exposed to HIV within the last 3 days through sex, sharing needles and works, or a sexual assault. (CDC) Compared with other races and ethnicities, African Americans account for a higher proportion of new HIV diagnoses, those living with HIV, and those ever diagnosed with AIDS.
Need your lab results? Access your patient plan here. Oakhurst's patient portal allows you to check your lab results, review your patient plan, ask you doctor a question and even update your health history 24/7!
No need to delay your health care because of this. Our navigators will provide one-on-one assistance to assess your eligibility for free or discounted health care or health insurance. Contact them today at 404-298-8998 ext 371.
Did you know we offer Family Planning Services: Talk to our doctors to learn about different birth control options available, pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment and more.
Welcome to Oakhurst Medical Center where we care about your health. Oakhurst is a community based, not for profit, primary health care center. Since 1980, we have been providing quality, affordable, culturally sensitive and accessible healthcare to the residents of DeKalb County. We also serve Fulton County and Rockdale County residents as well. We are ordinary people who are committed to the mission of improving the quality of life in the communities we serve with a special focus on healthcare needs of the medically indigent and underinsured. Our goal remains to improve the health status and quality of life in the communities we serve by providing healthcare services one home at a time.
Our ability to serve a culturally diverse community is facilitated by Oakhurst’s diverse staff, representing different nationalities including Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Rwanda, Somalia and the United States.
As a “one-stop shop for patients”, Oakhurst provides a complete array of primary health care services for all of the life cycles inclusive of Adult Medicine/Family Medicine, Pediatrics/Adolescent Health, Women’s Health, OB/GYN, Family Planning, Foot Care/Podiatry, Behavioral Health, Infectious Disease, Gastroenterology and Dental. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, our services are provided on a sliding fee scale (according to income and family size) to all, regardless of their ability to pay. In a society where the availability of and access to necessary medical care is becoming a daily challenge for a growing portion of the population, Oakhurst Medical Centers is uniquely situated to respond to this important need.
Oakhurst Medical Centers is accredited by The Joint Commission (since 2002), achieved Patient Centered Medical Home level 3 recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (since 2017), and we are an active member of the National Association of Community Health Centers and the Georgia Primary Care Association.
Service at Oakhurst Clinic exceeded my expectations. The people here were very nice and friendly. The intake specialists and the nurses were helpful and polite. The doctor appeared to be very knowledgeable and was able to explain in layman terms my diagnosis. I feel very comfortable at this clinic and plan to return in the future.”
– M. Gibson