Frequently Asked Questions

We are here to serve your family with quality and affordable healthcare.

Discount Slide Fee Scale Program

Discount Prescription Program

Our Services

Clinical Services

General Primary Medical Care

Diagnostic Laboratory

Screenings: (Cancer / Communicable Diseases / Cholesterol / Blood lead test for elevated blood lead level / Pediatric vision and hearing)

Non-Emergency Medical Services

Voluntary Family Planning


Well Child Services

Gynecological Care

School / Sports / Work Physicals

Referral to Substance Abuse

Referral to Specialty Services

Non Clinical Services



Follow – up / Discharge Planning)

Eligibility Assistance

Health Education



We accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, Debit Cards, Money Orders.

We accept most Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare, Blue Cross / Blue Shield and Self pay patients.

Patient payment is due at time of service.

We offer a discount sliding fee program – with a low copayment to all eligible uninsured and underinsured patients – based on household income for all of our services.

We also participate in a discount prescription program.

To apply for the sliding fee program: Print and Complete the Slide Fee Application and Provide Proof of “household income” or financial assistance.

Please visit the Appointments page for more information.


It is very important to us that our patients receive prompt attention for their health care needs. We work diligently to accommodate same day scheduling if at all possible.

Call Eastpoint Medical Center at (850) 670 -8585 to schedule an appointment. Save time by printing the forms you will need and bring them completed to your appointment.

What to bring to your first appointment

Photo ID and/or Drivers License

Insurance Card

List of Current Medications & dosage or bring medications with you

New Patient Packet

Sliding Fee Scale Application (If applying for Discount Sliding Fee)

Proof of Income – (If applying for Discount Sliding Fee)

What is Proof of Family Household Income?

(If applying for Discount Sliding Fee)

Documentation of all Income benefits, from all family members living in the same house, is required.

If Employed – IRS Tax Return (1040), most recent W-2 or Two (2) recent pay stubs from the same employer covering two pay periods for each working family member living in the house.

If Self Employed-IRS Tax Return (1040)

If Receiving Unemployment Benefits – Award Letter from Department of Economic Opportunity or Recent Bank Statement showing Direct Deposit

If Receiving Social Security Benefits – Award Letter from Social Security or Recent Bank Statement showing Direct Deposit

If Receiving TANF Public Assistance – Award letter from public assistance program or Recent Bank Statement showing Direct Deposit

If Receiving Child Support or Alimony – Court Decree or Recent Bank Statement showing Direct Deposit

If Receiving Annuity or Retirement Benefits – Award Letter from Funding Source or Recent Bank Statement showing Direct Deposit