Greene County Health Care, Inc. (GCHC) is a federally qualified community health center that has provided primary health care in eastern North Carolina for 45 years. We have grown from a single medical care site in Walstonburg in 1972 to a large organization with seven service delivery locations in three counties. Our current delivery system includes five primary medical care sites, three dental care sites, and a school-based health clinic. We offer medical, dental and behavioral health care from James D. Bernstein Community Health Center in Greenville, Pitt County, Kate B. Reynolds, Snow Hill and Walstonburg medical centers in Greene County and Pamlico Community Health Center in Bayboro, Pamlico County. We accept insurance and provide care on a sliding fee scale basis to those patients who qualify. The National Committee for Quality Assurance recognizes us as a Level 3 patient-centered medical home - the highest designation. We are an equal opportunity provider and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.
Headed north on US 13 toward Bethel, turn left at the intersection of US 13 and Belvoir Highway (at Peaden's Grill). James D. Bernstein Community Health Center is located on your left after Food Lion.