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Community Health Center of Central Missouri Brings Pediatric Care to its Fulton Clinic
Date:11/21/2013

Jefferson City, MO (PRWEB) November 21, 2013

Since opening in May of this year, the Community Health Center of Central Missouri has opened its doors to the residents of Callaway County with emergent and comprehensive dental care. The clinic is now offering medical services and pediatric services.

Family practice services are offered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Friday with pediatric services being offered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Dr. Megan King is the primary medical provider for the Fulton clinic and Dr. Jasmine El Khatib serves as the primary pediatrician.

The Community Health Center of Central Missouri is continuing to evolve and establish not only solid relationships with its patients, but a warm atmosphere where everyone is welcome. They believe that primary care is for the whole family and every family. At CHCCMO, they believe in their mission of, “To provide improved access to primary care, behavioral health care and oral health care services for medically underserved individuals in Central Missouri regardless of their ability to pay.”

For more information about the Community Health Center of Central Missouri or the newly-offered service, visit their website at http://www.chccmo.org, or call 573-826-2700. The Fulton Clinic is located at 561 Commons Drive in Fulton.

About the Company:
Established in 1995, the Community Health Center of Central Missouri strives to provide the primary healthcare needs of the residents of central Missouri. Since the establishment in 1995, CHCCMO has grown to include four locations: Jefferson City, Fulton, California and Linn. Community Health Center of Central Missouri offers preventative, functional, restorative and emergency dental care for patients of all ages. They believe in primary care for the whole family and every family.

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