Over 26,000 Johnston County residents have no health insurance. The goal of Project Access is to provide the opportunity for every Johnston County resident to receive access to health care.
What is Project Access?
Project Access exists to assist communities across the nation with establishing and sustaining coordinated systems of charity care. There are 17 active Project Access programs in North Carolina, each unique to its own community.
Project Access of Johnston County/Harnett County is a physician-led volunteer initiative that gives low-income, uninsured county residents access to comprehensive medical care. Through Project Access, physicians and community partners like Johnston Health or Betsy Johnson Hospital, donate medical services without receiving reimbursement or compensation.
Project Access is not health insurance. It is however, an innovative, voluntary program designed to help community residents stabilize their health in a time of need when health insurance is not available.
Who can participate?
Low-income, uninsured residents up to age 65, who are not eligible for Medicaid, Medicare, Worker’s Compensation, VA benefits, or any other type of health insurance plan or coverage.
How do I qualify?
To qualify for enrollment in Project Access:
- You must be a resident of Johnston County or Harnett County for at least 3 months.
- You must NOT qualify for ANY type of health insurance benefit.
- You must meet the income guidelines.
For more information on Project Access and to see if you qualify for assistance, please contact us. Project Access is located in the Johnston Medical Mall across the street from Johnston Health. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30pm.
Find more information on Project Access here.
Para más información de Project Access, aquí
P.O. Box 2490
Smithfield, NC 27577
Phone: 919-550-0011 ext. 1