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Our organization, as a not-for-profit, does not accept payment for services rendered through the organizational associations provided by its voluntary services.  Please call ahead to verify access and eligibility for your visit.


Magnolia Health does not require insurance and does not function as a Rural Health Clinic . . . .

Certified Rural Health Clinics use primary healthcare providers who bill at cost for Medicare and/or Medicaid visits as a result of onsite inspection and compliance with rules of operation as determined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.  Rural Health Clinics encourage and stabilize the provision of outpatient primary care in underserved rural areas through the use of physicians and their assistants, certified nurse practitioners, and/or certified nurse midwives. To become certified as a Rural Health Clinic, a practice must be located in a community that is both rural (Census Bureau designation as "non-urbanized") and underserved (a Health Professional Shortage Area or Medically Underserved Area federal designation). Certification as a Rural Health Clinic (RHC) may benefit an existing medical practice in one of these areas as RHCs receive reimbursement based on actual costs for Medicaid and Medicare patients.

Res/Dev/Pub: Davidson, 2007; Last Update, 2019

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