Providing healthcare for adults who cannot afford health insurance & do not qualify for Medicare or Medicaid in the Greater High Point area.


The mission of Community Clinic of High Point is to provide quality acute care and chronic disease management for eligible adults, aged 18-64, who reside in Archdale, High Point, Jamestown, or Trinity and do not qualify for any form of government or private insurance.



Providing quality care enables us to assist our patients with their medical needs efficiently and with dignity.


With stewardship, we embody the responsibility of planning and managing patient resources.


Having respect for our patients allows them to be heard and treated fairly.​


Committing to our Community allows CCHP to care for those who need medical assistance.


At CCHP, we provide an environment where every individual feels valued, respected, and empowered to take control of their health.


Patients must have an appointment. No walk-in appointments are available.

To schedule an appointment, call: 336.841.7154.

Appointments are available:

Monday – Wednesday; 8:30am-12pm & 1:30pm-5pm 

Thursday; 8:30am-12pm

Prescription refill clinics are held Wednesdays from 1:30pm-5pm.

To avoid a No Show Fee, appointments must be cancelled 24-hours in advance.

If the patient is more than 15 minutes late and has not called to alert CCHP, the patient will be counted as a No Show and will not be seen.

Clinic Appointments

1st No Show: $10 fee

2nd No Show: $20 fee

3rd No Show: six month suspension from Clinic Services.

Eligibility Appointments

1st No Show: $10 fee

2nd No Show: $20 fee

3rd No Show: six month suspension from Clinic Services.

To qualify as a Community Clinic of High Point patient, you must:
  • Be an adult, age 18 to 64
  • Reside in High Point, Jamestown, Archdale, or Trinity.
  • Have no private or government insurance (e.g. Medicare, Medicaid, or VA Healthcare benefits.)
  • Live within 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.
After initial qualification, you will have an eligibility appointment. You will need to bring the following:
  • Current photo ID, with current address.
  • Social Security Card
  • Most recent food stamp award letter or card.
  • Most recent year’s 1040 Tax Return.
  • A letter of support if you are homeless or living with someone providing room and board.
  • Green Card or Visa, if applicable.
  • Household pay stubs for the most recent month.
  • Unemployment Benefit award letter.
  • Social Security or Disability Benefit award letter for the current year.
  • $5 cash donation, if possible.

Primary Care

Behavioral Health

Lab Services

Pharmacy Services

Retinal Imaging

Minor Procedures







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Your donation will benefit the Community Clinic of High Point and allow us to better serve the uninsured. Uninsured rates in the greater High Point community are expected and estimated to exceed county, state, and national levels.

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You can get involved and make a difference in the High Point Community in several ways. We have many dedicated and passionate volunteers who come through our doors every week. The volunteers at the Clinic have impacted not only patients' lives but also helped the Clinic grow. The Community Clinic of High Point is always thankful for the efforts of every volunteer.

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