Lung Health Clinic
The free Lung Health Clinic provides caring medical and nursing services from a skilled professional staff.
We help people receive quality health care who:
- Have or do not have health insurance
- Cannot afford to pay for health care
Our medical services include:
- No co-pays
- Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) education, diagnosing, and treatment
- Asthma/COPD in-home visit (providing mattress/pillow covers)
- Covid Tests
- Diagnosis, treat and follow COPD, Asthma
- Diagnosis and treat pneumonia, bronchitis, sinusitis, and other respiratory infections
- Immunizations (Covid, MMR, Tdap, PNA 13, 23, influenza, pneumonia)
- Laboratory services (e.g., pregnancy, glucose, urine analysis, Alpha 1 testing)
- Medical supplies (e.g., nebulizers, tubing, blood pressure cuffs, scales, pulse oximeters and thermometers)
- Medication assistance programs (for inhalers)
- Medication samples
- Physicals for work, school, and sports
- Spirometry, six-minutes walking test, TB testing
- Treat allergen symptoms
- Tuberculosis screenings
Additional related services:
- Community outreach and referral to other agencies
- Education on chronic diseases
- Energy savings education and assistance via our HEAP program
- Home care follow-up for seniors and asthma care
- Preventative and Wellness services
- Referrals for sleep studies, cardiac, primary care, and other specialists, LDCT’s, CXR
- Smoking cessation classes for groups and individuals
- TTS program
Hours and Locations:
- Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- 788 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
- Call 614-273-2843 for all appointments
- Latest appointment for new patients will be 2:30 p.m.
- Walk-ins welcome (Must bring necessary documents, see below)
Welcome, we look forward to seeing you!
Please share the following information, and our clinic staff will contact you for an appointment very soon!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you do HEAP?
No, but you are welcome to talk with our HEAP department directly.
What documents/ information do I need to bring for a Walk-In?
For a Walk-In, you will need to bring: Photo ID, Medical Insurance Card (if you have insurance), Social Security Cards, 30 days Proof of Income.
Can you write me a script for my other medications such as depression, pain, blood pressure, diabetes medications?
No, however, we are happy to provide you with blood pressure education, a blood pressure cuff and ask you to see your specialist/PCP (If you do not have one, we then will make an appointment for you).
Why do I need to have an appointment, why can’t you just give me an inhaler?
A person must be seen by the nurse practitioner in order to be prescribe a medication and this requires a full medical appointment, with a complete past medical history, testing and a current history of symptoms.