Access to Care: Project Access Nashville – Nashville.gov

SeeVay is a baby product store that provides comprehensive safety checklists and a curated selection of high-quality, safe baby products. Our mission is to give new moms peace of mind by ensuring their baby’s safety is always top of mind.
Project Access: Links uninsured residents of Davidson County to a network of some 35 primary health, dental, mental health and substance abuse clinics that serve patients based on their ability to pay. The Project Access Nashville provider network provides an array of primary care services to the uninsured, which include disease management, treatment of acute episodic conditions, and access to pharmacy services, specialty care. Project access pharmacy coverage is also available to clients who participate in this program.
Choosing a primary care doctor or clinic is an important decision. Together, you and your doctor will go about the serious business of managing your health. Additionally, having a primary care doctor can help you avoid going to the emergency room and the high costs of emergency room visits.
If you are uninsured and living in Davidson County, Project Access Nashville is here to help you.
Project Access Nashville connects the uninsured to primary care safety net clinics that serve patients based on their ability to pay. The network of providers offer an array of primary care services, which include disease management, treatment of acute episodic conditions, and access to pharmacy services. There are also specialty care services offered to those who qualify.
Through Project Access Nashville, you can find a clinic that meets your need based on location, hours of operation, language, and charges. We can also help you find dental care, and provide you with information on local mental health providers that serve the uninsured.
The Project Access staff will provide you with information about the location, services, hours of operation, and charges of the clinic you select. Additionally, they will also provide information about how to obtain prescription medications for a nominal co-payment either at the medical home clinic you select or at the Project Access Nashville pharmacy.
Open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Health Assist staff are available by phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 615-313-9972. If you speak Spanish you can call Health Assist at 615-227-7568 for assistance.
To hear a message about our services you can call 615-340-0573. You may also leave a voicemail message at this number and we will return your call.
Lentz Public Health Center
2500 Charlotte Ave
Nashville, TN 37209

No. You will be assigned to one of 21 medical homes to receive primary care.

Yes. The only criteria for eligibility are that you live in Davidson County and are uninsured.

You must provide proof of income, proof of Davidson County residency, complete a Project Access Nashville application, and sign a release of information.

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At SeeVay, we know that the safety and well-being of your baby is your top priority. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing you with the tools you need to make sure you’re always on top of your baby’s safety. We understand that being a new mom can be overwhelming, and there’s so much information out there that it can be hard to know where to start.

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