Comprehensive Primary Care

LLCHC offers Primary Care for adults, children and infants including the following services:

  • Sick care
  • Sports and work physicals
  • Well child care and immunizations
  • Annual exams for women, including breast exams, pap smears and other cancer screenings
  • Annual exams for men, including prostate cancer exams
  • Screenings and treatment of:
    • Diabetes
    • High blood pressure
    • High cholesterol
    • Heart disease
    • Other chronic illnesses
  • Health Education
  • Medication-Assisted Therapy
    • As part of our comprehensive primary care services, LLCHC offers MAT to existing patients. This treatment is an intensive program combining medication and outpatient substance abuse services.


  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Delivery and post-partum care at Grant Hospital
  • Childbirth education
  • Case management, health screenings and referrals to support services
  • Gynecological/cervical cancer screenings
  • Annual exams for women, including breast exams, pap smears and other cancer screenings
  • Newborn care at Grant Hospital


LLCHC’s pharmacy is at the Health Center located at 1160 W. Broad Street. It is open Monday through Friday 8:30 Am – 5:00 PM to fill prescriptions, provide excellent counseling and drug information services, and answer questions. Prescriptions are available at a reduced cost.  Effective June 1, 2019, hours will expand to Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:30pm and Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.


LLCHC’s registered and licensed dietitian educates patients on how to make choices for optimum health. She partners with patients to help manage chronic diseases, discuss personal food-related challenges and make changes that can lead to a healthier personal eating pattern with or without specific health concerns.

  • Our registered dietitian is available to help with large and small diet-related changes, including:
    • Diet strategies for pre-diabetes and diabetes
    • Suggestions for shifting to a food pattern that can help control hypertension (high blood pressure)
    • Choosing foods that can help lower elevated cholesterol or triglyceride levels
    • Weight management
    • Healthy eating during pregnancy
    • Feeding an infant or child as one part of helping them reach their full potential

Patients may ask their LLCHC doctor or nurse to refer them to the LLCHC dietitian for nutrition counseling and guidance.