About Hamilton County Project Access
Many people in Hamilton County do not have health insurance. They work hard in one or more low-paying jobs with no health benefits. They earn too much to qualify for programs like TennCare, but not enough to pay for insurance and still afford other basic items such as food, clothing, and housing. Project Access was created to help uninsured individuals get the health care they need by linking local physicians, hospitals, and local health clinics that agree to donate their services to the individuals and families in need of health care services. Reach out to Hamilton County Project Access via phone, email or online chat at www.hcprojectaccess.org.
The program is managed by the Medical Foundation of Chattanooga (MFC), and 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation established and funded by physicians of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society in 1986. The Foundation’s mission is to support and promote programs that result in the continual improvement of community health. The Foundation is governed by an 18-member board of directors that includes fourteen physicians, many of whom are past and present leaders of the Medical Society, and five non-physician members.
1917 E. Third St., Chattanooga TN, 37404
Please contact the provider for information about insurance coverage and sliding scale payments.