Victory Health Partners provides general medical care, this includes physical examinations, x-rays, EKGs and laboratory tests. When our patient's medical needs requires specialty care, Victory enlists the services of local specialists who see our patients in their private offices.
Patient Assistance Program
Those with low incomes often cannot afford the prescription medicines they need. Many of our patients qualify for drop assistance programs through the pharmaceutical companies. In 2011, VHP Ordered over $4.5 million in prescription drugs (wholesale value) for free through drug assistance programs alone. This process, however, may take two to three months to access and is intended to assist our patients with chronic illnesses.
VHP Operates a dispensary at the clinic to provide medications to qualified VHP patients. Medication is supplied by donations as well as purchases from discount distributors. The dispensary meets the needs of patients with short term illnesses and those waiting to qualify for patient assistance programs.
VHP recognizes that spiritual and emotional health plays a major role in a patients physical wellbeing. Volunteer licensed professional counselors provide emotional and spiritual counseling, as well as, support and education for individuals, couples and families.
Dental services include X-rays, cleaning, routine examinations, basic fillings and extractions. Also provided are basic education and preventative care to qualified VHP patients. This is the only VHP clinic that accepts as patients low income Medicaid and Medicare patients as well. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 445-0611.
Self-management training and education on controlling the disease is an integral component of health care for a person with diabetes. Newly diagnosed VHP patients are equipped through instruction classes provided by Providence Hospital.
Eye Care Clinic
Regular exams, refractive care, eye health evaluations and care for cataracts and eye infections are offered to VHP patients by appointment. Medication assistance is provided when available.
Home Sleep Studies
At home testing equipment is offered for diagnosis of sleep disorders.
Provided by the University of South Alabama College of Nursing for bladder issues.
Provides management and treatment for disorders of the nervous system to qualified patients by appointment.
Established through the generous donations of the Florence Foundation, the Breath of Life Program provides pulmonary testing, education and treatment of lung disorders such as asthma, emphysema and smoking disorders. The clinic is staffed by volunteer respiratory therapists from the University of South Alabama Department of Cardiorespiratory.
The Wound Care Clinic provided by the Springhill Medical Center offers treatment for non healing wounds. Patients are referred by our physicians for debridement, medication and redressing.
Also known as disease prevention, VHP Offers educational materials and programs to help patients stay healthy, both in body and spirit. Several medical organizations come to the clinic to offer educational opportunities such as osteoporosis screenings, smoking cessation information, and nutrition for diabetics.
Annual exams are provided in the general clinic. PAP smears and mammograms are ordered for free through a state program to those who qualify. For additional medical attention, specialized care is provided on site by two OBGYNs from the Azalea City Physicians .