​Services offered by First Choice Community Health Centers include:

  • Primary Care- Established in 1979 as a non-profit health center FCCHC was certified as a Federally Qualified Health Center. Our main vision here at First Choice is to provide high-quality healthcare that is made available and accessible to all individuals. FCCHC is a full service family practice that offers primary care services at an affordable price to include:

    • Acute care

    • Breast and cervical health screening, including pap smears

    • Chronic disease management

    • Family planning

    • Immunizations

    • Laboratory services and testing

    • Physical exams

    • Referrals to specialty care

    • Well Child Exams

    • On-Site lab services are available at all of our locations

    • Always accepting new patients and walk ins

  • Sliding Fee Program As Federally Funded Health Centers, First Choice Community Health Centers receives a grant from the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) to provide medical and dental services to the uninsured and under-insured residents of Harnett County and surrounding areas.  Our Sliding Fee Program allows for reduced fees for services provided in our clinics for all individuals and families who qualify.  If you apply and qualify at one location, you will receive the discount at all of our clinic locations.

  1. Sliding Fee Requirements & Application: English / Spanish

  2. Sliding Fee Schedule Medical / Dental


  • Pharmacy Services are available at our Lillington site but are only for use by First Choice Community Health Centers patients.  Because of our affiliation with federal funding, our Pharmacies offer our customers medication pricing at the lowest possible cost.  Customers without insurance may or may not qualify for our Sliding Fee program or a 340B discount based on household income and Medicaid qualification status.  The 340B drug discount program is a government program that requires manufacturers of medications to provide more affordable and easily accessible outpatient drugs to eligible healthcare organizations.  These services are a benefit to our patients only and are, unfortunately, not available to community members outside our organization. 

    • Competitive pricing: 100% matching Walmart’s $4.00 & $10.00 generic medication list

    • We provide the cost savings on prescriptions, affordable insulin, inhalers, and diabetic testing supplies that are even lower than most insurance co-pays!

    • We have shorter wait time… less than 8 minutes to get your prescription

    • Individual services are customized to meet our patients’ needs

    • Each patient receives personal attention, patient counseling, and education

    • Of course, we offer flu shots!

    • We provide quick prescription refills, medication auto-refills, and adherence calls

    • Click here to see Pharmacy Sliding fee Scale

  • Diabetes ProgramIf you have type 2 diabetes or are interested in a diabetes program, FCCHC currently enrolls patients and Harnett County residents in a diabetes self-management program which includes:

    • A Personal Health Coach/Navigator to help you achieve your target diabetic goals

    • Diabetes and Nutrition Education​

    • Health Knowledge Training

    • Medication Management

    • Appointment Reminders

    • Bi-weekly Exercise and Health Education Classes 1st & 3rd Thursday (Flyer click here)

    • If you are interested in participating in this program or know someone who may be call   910-364-0971 or email

  • DentalThe services we provide include, but are not limited to, preventive care and general dentistry.  The services we offer include:

    • Children's First Time Visits

    • Cleanings

    • Exams

    • Extractions

    • Fillings

    • Referrals Available

    • Regular Checkups

    • Scale & Root Planning

    • X-Rays

    • Walk ins welcome

  • Immunizations - Vaccinations have played a significant role in reducing the prevalence of these diseases in many parts of the world.  For example, by 1979 polio was eliminated in the United States after widespread vaccination efforts (The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 2017a).  Then, by 1994, vaccination efforts eliminated polio in the Western Hemisphere.  “Today, it continues to circulate in a handful of countries, with occasional spread to neighboring countries.  to eliminate these last pockets. Polio vaccination is still recommended worldwide because of the risk of imported cases”.


      ​Recommended Immunizations English / Spanish