Because it can be hard to get the help you need, Neighborhood Health Partners (NHP) brings the help you need to where you live.
Neighborhood Health Partners Care Team
Our NHP Care Team is made up of community health workers, community paramedics and social workers. These people bring free or low-cost services to places where people have trouble getting to the care they need. The team also connects people with resources in the community.
NHP Care Team’s services are provided to most people who don’t have health insurance. The Care Team visits patients, offers free health screenings and sets up plans of care. Our team can help people find a medical home, community resources and affordable health insurance.
It’s important to have a medical home because it is a doctor’s office where the doctors and staff know you, your medical history, and are committed to help you stay on track with your needs. The Care Team also checks your home to help you find ways to improve your health and safety.
Participants may have access to:
- Low-cost health care
- Important medications
- Regular healthcare visits
How to Qualify
Patients must be part of AccessHealth to receive NHP Care Team services. AccessHealth is a program that coordinates healthcare services for low-income individuals. AccessHealth team members approve patients for the program. If appropriate, they also will refer patients to the NHP Care Team.
Do You Qualify for Services?
AccessHealth team members screen uninsured patients for enrollment based on household income and residency. If you or someone you know could benefit from enrollment, contact us for an eligibility appointment. Resources vary by county.
AccessHealth serves as the gateway to care for the uninsured in our community. Once enrolled in AccessHealth, participants may also enjoy the support of the NHP Care Team or the Mobile Health Clinic.
A New Community Health Education Resource
Health Extension is a new program that has been implemented in Greenville County through a unique partnership with Greenville Health System (GHS) and Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service (CUCES) with support from The Duke Endowment (TDE). The purpose of the program is to provide health and wellness education to the under-served populations of Greenville County, and extend access to evidence-based health education to the general community within Greenville County.
One of the primary roles of Health Extension Agents is one-on-one health education in order to help clients better understand their health conditions and how to properly manage them. Health Extension works to provide health education in group settings to community members of all backgrounds and in all aspects of life. Their goal is to positively influence the social determinants of through the use of evidence-based practices. GHS and Health Extension are working together to address the need for health education and to help train a new, healthcare workforce in Greenville County.
Health Extension currently provides education on certain chronic conditions, such as, COPD, hypertension, heart disease, and diabetes. In addition, education is provided on topics such as, healthy lifestyle changes, activity/exercise, nutrition, sleep, stress management, and weight management. Health Extension Agents offer American Heart Association CPR classes, including Basic Life Support and Heartsaver. In addition, Health Extension is involved in community outreach through health fair and career fair participation. For more information, contact Shana Madden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.