RHG has behaviorists (psychologists and/or licensed clinical social workers) who work as part of the primary care team.
Rural Health Group’s Integrated Primary Care (IPC) combines medical and behavioral health services to more fully address the spectrum of problems that patients bring to primary medical care. Because the vast majority of patients in primary care have either a physical ailment that is affected by stress, problems maintaining healthy lifestyles or a psychological disorder, it is clinically effective and cost effective to make behavioral health providers part of primary medical care. IPC allows patients to feel that for any problem they bring, they have come to the right place. By teaming mental health and medical providers, IPC is the structural realization of the biopsychosocial model advocated so broadly in Family Medicine and Psychiatry. It is the reunification in practice of the mind and the body, for so long addressed in the separate worlds of medical and mental health treatment. As evidence grows about the complex interrelationships between mind and body, it is clear that the artificial divisions that have fragmented healthcare delivery are no longer relevant. In order to provide high-quality care, we must create strong partnerships that allow for collaborative practice.
RHG offers preventive and basic restorative dental services individually tailored to meet the needs of our patients. The services are offered in state of the art dental facilities located in Henderson, Jackson and Roanoke Rapids. RHG also offers oral health education and screening programs. The basic dental services include exams, cleanings, children’s fluoride, x-rays, sealants, fillings, extractions and other routine dental care. We offer some advanced services including root canals, crowns, bridges, and dentures.
Our dental services are available to children and adults.
It is important and beneficial to see your dentist and hygienist regularly. To obtain good oral health, your teeth should be cleaned every six months. At your regular check-up, your dentist will perform an exam. Having regular exams will catch any decay early and allow for a healthy smile. Your dentist will not only examine your teeth for any signs of decay, but will perform a complete oral exam which includes a check for any abnormalities and an Oral Cancer Screening. Men and women over age 40 are at a higher risk for oral cancer as well as those who smoke and consume alcohol. Your regular check-ups are key in catching oral cancer early and keeping your entire mouth clean and healthy.
Children should begin seeing the dentist as early as age one. Getting your child familiar with your dentist early will promote a healthy start for your child as well as create a positive experience that will make future visits happy ones. At your child’s appointment, your dentist may discuss placing sealants on your child’s teeth. Sealants are applied to permanent molars and pre-molars on children ages 6-12 years of age. The sealants act as a barrier on teeth with deep grooves. It is an easy way to prevent decay on back teeth for your little one(s). Please ask your dentist about sealants at your child’s regular check-up.
We love to educate on the importance of brushing and flossing. Brushing in the morning and at night is critical in keeping your smile healthy. We also recommend brushing after meals. It is imperative to floss every night since brushing your teeth only cleans about 60% of the surface of your teeth. You need to floss in order to clean in between your teeth and remove food and build-up accumulated during the day. If you need a demonstration on how to brush or floss properly, please ask your dentist or hygienist.
To make a dental appointment at RHG please call:
Roanoke Rapids: 252-536-5880
Rural Health Group offers a sliding fee program for those patients who earn less than 200% of the federal poverty level. For our sliding fee patients we offer deep discounts on our dental services.
We accept most insurances, North Carolina Medicaid and North Carolina Health Choice.
Breast & Cervical Cancer: The Breast & Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP) offers “no cost” breast cancer screenings, mammograms, and cervical screenings to uninsured/underinsured women ages 50-64 who have incomes at or below 250% of the federal poverty level. In addition, eligible women under the age of 50 who are symptomatic may receive services. Women having an abnormal breast or cervical screening result are referred for case management and additional evaluation. The program is designed as a screening program and does not provide funds for treatment; however, it is the single portal of entry to the Breast and Cervical Cancer Medicaid in North Carolina. Rural Health Group annually provides “no cost” breast and cervical screening services to over 120 eligible women.
H.O.P.E (Health Outreach to Promote Equity): This program include services to assist with Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare and Health Education.
Migrant Seasonal Farmworker Program (MSFW): The goal of MSFW is to help improve the health of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families.
Ryan White: The primary goal of the Ryan White program is to provide primary medical care services to uninsured and underinsured persons living with HIV/AIDS. Peer education including “prevention for positives” and case management, such as financial assistance for housing or food are supported through our program. Infectious Diseases departments are located in our Rural Health Group offices at HRMC and Jackson Medical buildings. We also partner with Carolina Family Health Centers: Harvest Family Health Center in Elm City NC, Freedom Hill Community Health Center in Tarboro NC and Wilson Community Health Center in Wilson NC. Contact our Infectious Diseases departments at 252-574-2518 for further information.
For more information about Outreach click here.
Our emphasis on providing excellent primary and preventive care is evident in the wide variety of services offered to all. Whether you need an annual physical exam, assistance managing a chronic disease, or family planning services, we can help. Our physicians, physician assistants, family nurse practitioners and other highly trained medical staff offer:
- Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness
- Family practice
- Women’s health care and family planning
- Pediatric care, well-child check-ups & asthma case management
- Adolescent care
- Chronic disease management
- Laboratory services
- Prescription Assistance Program and low-cost medication program
Rural Health Group, Inc is participating in an Accountable Care Organization (ACO). An ACO is a group of doctors, hospitals, and/or other health care providers that work together to improve the quality and experience of care you receive. ACOs receive a portion of any shared savings that result from reducing healthcare costs and meeting quality standards. For more information, see below:
Rural Health Group has developed a full-service pharmacy program available to all patients. Access to medications is an essential part of health care. We are committed to providing quality, affordable medications for our patients. For our uninsured patients, we have developed an extensive formulary where most medications are available for a reasonable cost.
Our pharmacies are open to everyone in the community – not just the uninsured.
Your patronage at any of the pharmacies listed below helps uninsured patients access affordable medications. Every time you choose to use one of these pharmacies, you are investing in the health and well being of your neighbors. Through our partnerships with local pharmacies and your support we are able to meet most of the medication needs of our uninsured patients. Rural Health Group is able to offer a comprehensive list of medications to treat most common ailments. This keeps our neighbors and communities healthy and vibrant. Together with your help, we can make a difference in the life of the most vulnerable: the uninsured.
|RHG Pharmacy-Twin County||RHG Pharmacy-Norlina|
|204 Evans Road, Hollister NC 27844||110 Division Street, Norlina NC 27563|
|(252) 536-5886 or (252) 586-5151 Opt. 2||(252) 536-5831 or (252) 456-2009 Opt. 2|
|100 Durham Street, Stovall NC 27582|
|(252) 436-6906 or (919) 960-0815 Opt. 2|
|McDowell’s Pharmacy||Futrell Pharmacy of Jackson|
|1004 Main Street, Scotland Neck NC 27874||119 W. Jefferson Street, Jackson NC 27869|
|(252) 826-4137||(252) 534-6001|
|Futrell Pharmacy of Rich Square||Futrell Pharmacy of Littleton|
|124 S. Main Street, Rich Square NC 27859||123 E. South Main Street, Littleton NC 27850|
|(252) 539-2552||(252) 586-3414|
|Drugco Pharmacy||Spears Pharmacy|
|139 Elams Road, Littleton NC 27850||405 Becker Drive, Roanoke Rapids NC 27870|
|(252) 586-3836||(252) 537-1146|
|ROANOKE RAPIDS:||ROANOKE RAPIDS:|
|Drugco Express||Drugco Pharmacy|
|1096 E. 10th Street, Roanoke Rapids NC 27870||107 Smith Church Rd, Roanoke Rapids NC 27870|
|(252) 535-3516||(252) 537-7010|
|Drugco Pharmacy at RHG||Drugco Pharmacy|
|270 Smith Church Rd Roanoke Rapids NC 27870||1507 N. Main Street, Tarboro NC 27886|
|(252) 519-1144||(252) 823-7030|
|Drugco Pharmacy||Futrell Pharmacy of Warrenton|
|163 Nashville Commons Dr, Nashville NC 27856||108B S Main Street, Warrenton NC 27589|
|(252) 677-5565||(252) 257-2147|
|Medical Arts Pharmacy||Rocky Mount Medical Park Pharmacy|
|253 Ruin Creek Road, Henderson NC 27536||901 N. Winstead Ave, Suite 100, Rocky Mount NC 27804|
|(252) 492-3404||(252) 443-7979|
|312 Academy Street, Ahoskie NC 27910|
By going to these pharmacies you help Rural Health Group provide affordable medicine to the uninsured.