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Hometown Health Centers is one of the region’s top rated medical and dental facilities. Offices are located at 1044 State Street in Schenectady, 1108 State Street in Schenectady, and 67 Division Street in Amsterdam.

Hometown Health Centers is nationally recognized for providing high quality, cost-effective primary health care to all in need, with particular concern for low-income residents. Hometown Health is an FTCA (Federal Tort Claims Act) deemed health center.

As the primary care provider of choice for more than 20,000 patients, we offer primary and preventive health care to children and families, dental care, behavioral health, vision, as well as on-site pharmacy and lab services.

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On Site Service

We are dedicated to ensuring our patients have access to comprehensive and cost-efficient medical attention from qualified practitioners—right in their own hometown!

We strive to support the community with a full range of service options and the highest level of care available. 

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Hometown Health Centers makes virtual care simple so patients can connect with healthcare providers anytime, anywhere. 

Telemedicine with Hometown Health Centers provides patient-first care in an efficient manner that fits your lifestyle.

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Convenient Locations

At Hometown Health Centers, we understand that taking care of your health can be overwhelming.

That is why we have convenient locations throughout your community to provide personalized and comprehensive care to all our patients.

Our Mission

Hometown Health Centers helps people live healthier lives by improving health outcomes and health equity through quality primary care and preventative services. Anyone seeking care, regardless of income, will be helped and treated with respect by people who are mindful of cultural uniqueness and dedicated to continuous improvement.

What our patients are saying:

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Change Healthcare Offers Free Credit Monitoring

Posted May 9, 2024

As reported earlier this year, Change Healthcare, a Tennessee-based vendor for Hometown Health Centers, had a significant security breach. Because of the seriousness the U.S. Congress is investigating the impact on patients throughout the country. Hometown, up until recently, used this vendor to send patient their invoices.   

In an effort to protect patient information likely compromised, Change Healthcare is offering free credit monitoring and identity theft protections for two years.

You may contact Change Healthcare by calling (866) 262-5342 or go to this link:

According to the company, “A dedicated call center is available to offer free credit monitoring and identity theft protections for two years to anyone impacted. The call center will also include trained clinicians to provide emotional support services.” It further noted, “Given the ongoing nature and complexity of the data review, the call center will not be able to provide any specifics on individual data impact at this time.”

News Alert for Hometown Health Centers Patients

Posted April 10, 2024

Change Healthcare, a Tennessee-based vendor used by hospitals, private practices, and community health centers throughout the country for services including patient billing, is the victim of a cyberattack impacting clients throughout the country. Criminals were able to penetrate their systems to obtain confidential information.   

Hometown has used this vendor for some services. Any information that may have been compromised would be limited. Hometown also has contacted the company several times regarding how the compromised health information may impact you. It is still waiting for information.

Hometown holds its vendors to the highest standards. Please be advised Hometown contacted the New York State Attorney General’s Office, the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office, and the Administrators for Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Labor.

Although this is not legal advice, Hometown urges you, even in the best of times, to always monitor your credit reports.   Updates will be provided on this website as information is acquired or by letter sent by U.S. Post if appropriate.