The Clinical Health Services Division offers a wide variety of services which focus on disease prevention, health promotion and control of communicable diseases.  Some of the division’s programs serve all members of the community, while others are targeted to groups that are vulnerable to poor health outcomes.  In addition to individual programs, staff of the division seek to link clients to needed services offered within the health district and within the community. 

Services include: alcohol and drug counseling; oral health services; laboratory services which include laboratory analysis and professional consultation; a comprehensive immunization program; nutrition services including WIC; health screening for refugees; and working with local health care providers and the community to increase immunization rates within Summit County.

Clients will be seen at our Stow clinic, located at 1100 Graham Road Circle, Stow, 44224 and our Akron clinic located at 1867 West Market Street, Akron, 44313.

Please call 330-375-2772 to schedule an appointment that will meet your individual needs.


Alcohol & Drug Counseling

Benefit Bank



Refugee Health Screening

STD/HIV Clinics

WIC (Women, Infants & Children)

Appointment and
Information Line


SCPH is proud to announce that we are partnering with the nonprofit National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition to promote its Text4baby service here in Summit County.  Text4baby is the first mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health through text messaging. 

To access this free service, simply text BABY to 511411 and get support through your pregnancy and baby’s first year. You’ll get free messages each week on topics like prenatal care, labor signs and symptoms, nutrition, breastfeeding, safety, baby’s development, and more.  

For more informtation, visit or on Facebook at

Visiting the Clinic...

What to Bring:

  • Proof of identity (photo ID - e.g., driver's license, Ohio ID card)

  • Proof of income if you are requesting sliding fee scale (current pay stubs [2] or most current 1040 form)

  • Any legal documents which apply to your visit (e.g., court order, letter from probation officer)

  • Shot records for anyone who will receive shots

  • Insurance cards (Medicaid, private insurance, Medicaid HMO, Medicare, Medicare Advantage)

  • Any forms needed for your employer or school related to your visit

If a child is to be brought to the clinic by someone other than the custodial parent,
the parent should call before the appointment for instructions on what is required.




To save time at your clinic appointment, you can print your forms ahead of time, fill them out and bring them with you to your appointment.

Immunization Forms Packet - Adult

Immunization Forms Packet - Child

TB History Form - Adult

Medicaid Application Form


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Payment can be made with cash, check, credit/debit card or electronic check. We cannot make change for $50 and $100 bills.

Insurances accepted: Medicaid, CareSource, Buckeye, United Community Healthcare, Paramount, Molina, Medical Mutual and Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

Clinic Fees
Effective 10/1/17




Clinical Health Services offers a sliding fee scale for medically necessary services provided to clients who have limited income and little or no insurance.  The sliding fee discount program applies to medically necessary services including treatment of sexually transmitted infections or tuberculosis. 

Fees are based on income and how many people live in the home.  Client payments are based on a standard formula that uses the annual Federal Poverty Level standards.  You must bring proof of income (copy of most recent 1040 (tax) form or two recent pay stubs, or other documentation of income) and complete an application to determine eligibility for discounts. 

Programs not included in the Sliding Fee Discount program are adult and childhood privately-purchased vaccines and employer contracted services. 

The Counseling program also offers a sliding fee scale based in the most current Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board (ADM) scale below.

Clinic Sliding Fee Scale

Counseling Sliding Fee Scale


For Alcohol and Drug Counseling programs, the program uses the most current Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board (ADM) scale:

ADM Counseling Sliding Fee Scale

Programs not included in the Sliding Fee Scales are adult and childhood privately-purchased vaccines (including travel vaccines) and employer contracted services.





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