ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - With an more and more patients, one Southwest Georgia health care center said it had to expand.
In partnership with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, the Albany Area Primary Health Center (AAPHC), which opened in January, had an open house Tuesday for its new women’s health facility.
AAPHC leaders say they aim to serve the uninsured and undeserved through specialized programs.
“Overall between both sites we see close to some 1,800 to 2,000 patient encounters a month, and so as you can see, originally when we started OBGYN services, we were only doing like 900 encounters a month," said Clifton Bush, the Chief Operating Officer at AAPHC.
This is the center’s second women’s health facility.
Services include both OB and GYN.