Primary Family Care & Wellness Facilities

Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc. (BCMSA)

Incorporated in 1973, BCMSA owns and operates the Belington Medical Clinic, the Belington Wellness Center and the Brandon Wellness Center at Philip Barbour High School. BCMSA is community owned, 501-C-# not for profit corporation and operated by a Board of Directors who are citizens from the community of which a majority are users of BCMSA. Funding for free and reduced services is provided by Belington Community Medical Services Assocation, Inc., West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, and HRSA.

Our Mission As A Community Health Center

The mission of Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc. is committed to providing quality primary health care services, health education and wellness promotion to all Barbour County and adjacent area residents with emphasis on the provision of care to the underserved.  

 

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Belington Medical Clinic

A division of the Belington Community Medical Services Association

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The Belington Clinic is a division of the Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc. and belongs to the community. Its Board of Directors operates the Health Center, Wellness Center and Brandon Wellness School Based Health. Our purpose is to provide quality primary health care services, health education, and wellness programs to Barbour County and the surrounding area.

The cost of treatment and medicine can be overwhelming if you need care and do not have health insurance. The clinic offers several programs for moderate and low-income families without health insurance or high deductibles. Proof of income, which is kept confidential, is required to participate.

The Health Access Program is a moderate-income program that offers reduced cost medical care based on a sliding fee scale. The lower your income, the less you will pay. If you have Medicare or health insurance with high deductibles or co-pays, and meet the income requirements, you are also eligible. There is a minimum charge for each visit. The cost of your visit, some laboratory tests, and some medications are covered under the program. Free and reduced cost medication is available to Health Access patients.

The clinic maintains a wide variety of generic medication available at reduced costs. These medicines are dispensed for the clinic at the Belington Prescription Center. You may ask any staff member about this program or other health care services.

Please call 304-823-2800 for more information.

Belington Wellness Center

A division of the Belington Community Medical Services Association

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The Belington Wellness Center’s mission is to provide basic wellness and preventative services to the area citizens with an emphasis on appropriate diet and exercise programs.

The Belington Wellness Center is located next to the clinic and has services designed to improve your physical condition and health. It offers free diet, nutrition and exercise counseling.

The Center also offers a free swimming instruction program to all Barbour County and Coalton elementary 2nd and 3rd grade students. Members have a wide array of exercise equipment and programs available to them. Programs include floor and water aerobics, the Arthritis Foundation water exercise classes, help with stroke and cardiac rehabilitation continuation, hydrotherapy and exercise pools.

Please call 304-823-1800 for hours of operation and/or for more information.

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Brandon Wellness Center

A division of the Belington Community Medical Services Association

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The Brandon Wellness Center offers a variety of nursing, preventative and acute care medical services to students and staff at Philip Barbour. The Center’s staff encourages visit by parents and students to acquaint themselves with the Center. Only those students who have written permission from a parent or guardian may receive center services. Before returning a permission form, it is important that both students and parents understand the types of care provided and if the service is free or a fee may be charged.

The Wellness Center is owned and operated by the Belington Community Medical Services under an agreement with the Barbour county Board of Education in effect since 1993. Free health services include nursing care, sports physicals, health screenings, hearing screenings, mediation dispensing, blood pressure, weight and height checks, immunization programs and health education programs.

Primary care services are provided by physician assistant and are available at the wellness center for such things as sore throats, flu, rashes, acne, female health problems, sprains, and strains, and other common medical problems. Limited lab tests are available. Standard charges will be made to insurances, Medicaid, or parents. However, no student should hesitate to seek medical care due to financial problems. No student in need will be denied care.

Please contact 304-457-4000 for hours of operation and/or for more information.


Belington Wellness Center
Exercise and Health Education

24/7 Telephone Access
For Urgent Patient Questions

Extended Care
Nursing Home and House Calls

Location
70 N. Sturmer Street
Belington, WV 26250

Brandon Wellness Center
Philip Barbour Student Clinic

Health Access
Reduced Cost Medical Care

Mental Health Services
Counseling, Treatment & Referrals

Hours
M-Th: 7:30am – 6:00pm
Fri: 7:30am – 5:00pm
Sat: 7:30am – Noon