Healthcare that gives back to our community
Your regular insurance copay gives back at Metro Inclusive Health. With most major insurances, medicaid and medicare accepted, your health services in turn provide healthcare, counseling and medications to those who are uninsured.
All-Inclusive Health: We pioneered an inclusive healthcare with “navigation” and “linkage,” connecting every patient to the physical and behavioral health services they need. That includes community partners for services not offered in-house.
TeleHealth: TeleVisit with a provider where you want, when you want.
Holistic Health: Uniquely combining over 100 services under one roof including medical, counseling and social programming. With CAN Community Health, we remain the only area organization offering primary care alongside HIV care, treatment and management.
Community Impact: In 2019, insured patients helped METRO deliver $435,749 in client assistance to the under-or-uninsured.
LGBTQ+ Focused Care: Because of our roots in LGBTQ+ care, we welcome all members of our Tampa Bay community to health without stigma and that’s judgement free. Feel free to ask questions, we’ve got answers. METRO also provides LGBTQ+ community service programs at little to no cost, impacting the lives of hundreds.
Take care of your health and your community. Contact our main switchboard at (727) 321-3854 to make an appointment, today.
Metro Inclusive Health believes in eliminating the barriers to quality healthcare for our Tampa Bay community. We offer a wide range of services to patients through a sliding fee discount scale. Contact us today to learn about determining your eligibility for this program. METRO also accepts most insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid, which contribute to our Copay it Forward program.
With our “Copay it Forward” program, insured patients make #InclusiveHealth available to those without insurance, at no extra cost. We appreciate @iLovetheBurg taking the time to share our story. Will you #CopayitForward? https://t.co/8nxsiNmTpF #TampaBay? pic.twitter.com/QljRV4y4Wv
— Metro Inclusive Health (@MetroInclusive) March 4, 2019