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Lee Community Healthcare

Increasing access to health care for the uninsured and underserved throughout our region

Lee Community Healthcare: For Your Family

Lee Community Healthcare believes in compassionate care for all patients in our region. We're here to help you navigate your care options and discounts based on household income. 

That means you and your family have access to primary care, tests, immunizations, mental health, pediatrics, women's care, and more — no matter your financial situation. Our staff believes in empowering you and your family with education and information to improve your health and reduce trips to the emergency room.

George's Personal Story

George Cole, right, has come a long way since 2017. In that year, he was diagnosed with Graves’ disease and lost his home to Hurricane Irma. Unable to work because of ill health and suddenly homeless, George turned to Lee Health’s community care outreach. Lyn Carlson, left, a coordinator with the program, helped George establish primary care at Lee Community Healthcare clinic in North Fort Myers to address his health challenges. She also connected the Dunbar native to the chronic disease program at Lee Health to help him manage his new diagnosis. "She told me she would help me and I believed in her," George says. "She gave me motivation, and I got a job. I’m thankful for Miss Lyn for being by my side and for the people that she works around, and giving me the confidence."

Our Services

  • Behavioral health
  • Primary medical care for adults at all locations
  • Pediatric care, including well-child services, at Lehigh Acres
  • Diagnostic laboratory and radiology services
  • Cancer and other disease screenings
  • Immunizations for adults
  • Screening for elevated blood levels, communicable diseases, and cholesterol
  • Chronic disease management for diabetes, hypertension, asthma, COPD, and congestive heart failure
  • Case management, referrals outreach, transportation assistance, interpreters, and patient education
  • Obstetric and gynecological care, including prenatal and perinatal care
  • Providing assistance to patients in obtaining discounted medications
  • Adolescent care for ages 12+ at our Dunbar location

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Meeting Your Health Care Needs

Filled with 15 patient rooms and designed to serve the entire community, the new community healthcare facility in Lehigh Acres is making medical care more accessible to patients. “I think it will make a huge impact on the community, especially for access. Access for people that are challenged either by distance or by insurance is a big problem in this particular area. I think with the services we have to offer, it will be a huge benefit to the community,” said Dr. Andre Nye, a family medicine physician with Lee Health. The facility is staffed with a wide range of health experts, including behavioral health professionals, dietitians, pediatricians, gynecologists, and midwives. “We take care of people from birth and all the way to the end. We have a family practice principle here where we take care of children, babies, pregnant moms, adults, geriatrics, the whole spectrum,” said Dr. Nye. The comprehensive clinic can also treat minor injuries and provide vaccines. “Cuts this sort of thing, immunizations, women’s health, birth control, OB services, and child intervention services as well,” he said. Equipped with procedure rooms and ultrasound services, the new facility can treat a wide range of medical needs while keeping families close to home. “We are taking care of the community, as well as the entire family. If you want to bring your child here, you want to bring your OB services here, if you want to bring your own health care here, or your mother or your father, we can provide all of those services in one place,” said Dr. Nye. Meeting the medical needs throughout Lee County.

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