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:
- Meet our income guidelines (update coming soon)
- Have or do not have health insurance
- Cannot afford to pay for health care
- Have asthma, COPD, or other lung health needs
Our medical services include:
- No co-pays
- Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) education, diagnosing, and treatment
- Asthma/COPD in-home visit (providing vacuum cleaners, 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, thermometers, and pedometers)
- 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
- Walk-ins welcome (Must bring necessary documents, see below)
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.