Heart of Ohio Family Health services are available at two, conveniently-located centers in the Greater Columbus metropolitan area. Whether you are driving or using public transportation, the following information and resources will help you get to your appointment at either our Capital Park Family Health Center or our Whitehall Family Health Center.
Family Health Center
|2365 Innis Road|
Columbus, OH 43224
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
|Friday||8:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
Family Health Center
|882 S. Hamilton Road|
Columbus, OH 43213
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM- 7:00 PM
|Friday||8:00 AM - 1:00 PM|
If you are unable to drive to one of our centers, you may consider taking public transportation or requesting transportation assistance through one of the community programs outlined below.
- Central Ohio Transit Authority
The COTA website will help you quickly and easily create a personalized trip planner, which shows you the nearest bus stops along with a map of your travel options to and from either Capital Park Family Health Center or Whitehall Family Health Center.
The site also provides up-to-date and printable bus timetables and maps as well as information on rates, transfers, COTA pass programs and reduced fairs for fixed-route service.
For COTA's Trip Planner and bus schedules, visit the COTA web site.
- COTA Project Mainstream
Project Mainstream is a door-to-door, share-ride public transportation system for persons who do not have the functional capability to ride COTA's fixed route buses. Individuals who wish to use Project Mainstream must complete an eligibility process and be ADA certified. Call (614) 275-5828 for further information or to request an application.
For more information, visit COTA Project Mainstream's web site or call (614) 275-5828 for information and applications or (614) 272-3033 for reservations.
- HandsOn Central Ohio / 2-1-1
HandsOn Central Ohio is a one-stop centralized resource bank connecting residents in Franklin County with comprehensive and up-to-date information about assistance programs and services, including transportation expense assistance, discount transit passes, community ride programs, senior ride programs, patient / family support services and other transportation-related assistance programs and services.
For more information, visit HandsOn's web site or call 211 or (614) 221-2255 (available 24-hours a day).
- American Red Cross
The local chapter of the American Red Cross provides transportation to medical appointments for seniors and others in Franklin County through their Community Transportation Program.
This service is provided to those who qualify either through a third-party payer or those who purchase their trips through the Fee For Service Program.
For more information, visit the American Red Cross web site or call 614-253-2740.
- Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services
Franklin County Job and Family Services assists approved customers with round-trip bus or cab transportation to medical appointments.
For more information, visit the Job and Family Services web site or call (614) 251-6300 for details.
- Columbus Cancer Clinic at LifeCare Alliance
Columbus Cancer Clinic can provide transportation to any cancer-related medical appointments in Franklin County or the patient can be reimbursed for payment to an individual who is willing to transport him or her to a cancer related medical appointment. The clinic will pay $5 for one round trip per day.
For more information, visit the Columbus Cancer Clinic web site or call (614) 263-5006.
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The local chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society provides free door-to-door transportation services to medical appointments for individuals living with multiple sclerosis.
For more information, visit the National MS Society web site or call (614) 880-2290 or (800) 667-7131 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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