Toe River Health District FAQs

To become a patient at Toe River, just give us a call. We have two locations to serve you. As an FYI, you may be asked to provide some personal and insurance information when you schedule your appointment with us.

No you do not need insurance. Our health clinics are committed to providing quality care for everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. We have a sliding fee scale for people who are uninsured or underinsured, whose incomes are below 200% of the federal poverty level. We consider your family size and your income when using the sliding fee scale. Fees for services will be reduced based on the sliding fee scale at both health clinics. To apply for our sliding fee scale, you will need to provide proof of income and family size. Eligibility is extended to all patients, regardless of other medical coverage. Patients may be insured and still qualify for a sliding fee.

Yes, we have a mobile health clinic that can come to you and provide health services.

Yes, we do. An annual physical is a comprehensive medical examination that is typically performed once a year to assess a person’s overall health and identify any potential health issues and we highly recommend it.

Yes, we do take walk-ins if we have availability that day. Otherwise, we will try to get you in as soon as possible. It is preferred if you call in advance so we can assure there isn’t any wait time involved.

Yes, we do. In addition to protecting individuals and communities from disease, immunizations can also save lives and by preventing outbreaks and reducing the need for medical care.

Toe River’s  healthcare facilities are designed to provide a safe, clean, and efficient environment for patients to receive medical care. Both Avery and Mitchell have a waiting area, examination rooms, and treatment areas, as well as offices and other support spaces.

Toe River operates on a sliding fee scale so that everyone is able to receive healthcare. 

Still Have Questions?