How do I make an appointment?

Call 440.352.8686, ext. 2 during business hours to schedule a medical or dental appointment. Appointments are required for all services. We do not accept walk-ins. 

We cannot provide urgent or emergency care; please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room if you are experiencing a medical emergency. We do not provide physicals for ODOT or to determine disability, long-term pain management, mental health care, infant or prenatal care, STD testing, women’s health or men’s health services.

  • Medical Services

    Services are provided by appointment only to adults and children age 4 and up.

    Chronic Care

    Ongoing treatment for chronic diseases like:

    • Diabetes, including assistance with testing supplies and nutritional counseling
    • High blood pressure
    • Breathing problems (asthma, emphysema, COPD)
    • Thyroid disorders


    Acute Care

    Diagnosis and treatment of non-life threatening symptoms:

    • Fever
    • Sore throats
    • Colds and coughs
    • Sprains and muscle strains
    • Bladder infections
    • Pink eye
    • Rashes


    Preventive Care

    Services to keep patients healthy and reduce stress:

    • Work physicals (not ODOT)
    • Pediatric physicals (ages 4 and older)
    • Head Start physicals
    • School physicals
    • Sports and camp physicals
    • Personal nutrition and physical exercise counseling
    • Farmers market vouchers (when available)
    • Education on deep breathing and meditation
  • Dental Services

    Dental services for teens and adults include:

    • Extractions
    • Simple restorations
    • Cleanings
    • Exams and x-rays

    To schedule an appointment, call 440.352.8686 the first business day of the month.

  • Other Services

    Vision Screenings

    We offer qualifying pediatric and adult patients vision screenings and referrals to Prevent Blindness for a free eye exam and free pair of glasses.

    Breast & Cervical Cancer

    Qualifying patients receive a referral to the Cuyahoga County Breast & Cervical Cancer Project.

    On-site Lab & Pharmacy

    Basic lab work is done on-site for LCFC patients. We have a limited pharmacy to provide LCFC patients with chronic care and acute medications. We do not provide behavioral health or prescription pain medication.

    Medication Refills for Current Patients

    Please call the refill line at 440.352.8686, ext. 3 and leave a message at least 5 business days in advance. A LCFC provider must have seen you within the past 6 months to be able to order refills by phone. In this message, please provide:

    • Full name (please spell out last name)
    • Date of birth
    • Pharmacy name and phone number
    • Names of the medication you need refilled