Compassionate healthcare for those experiencing homelessness or living with HIV/AIDS.

Compassion.

Care.

Community.

These three tenets are the words we live and serve by.  We strive to be a hub of services that match the needs of our patients with outstanding medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare, pharmacy services and additional resources available within our community. 

Open For Patients

Monday- Friday

8:30am – 5pm

Closed for Lunch

12:30pm – 1pm

Pharmacy & After Hours Phone:

513-386-7899

We're thrilled to announce...

NeighborHub Health 
Pharmacy is now open!

As of Wednesday, March 13th, 2024, our pharmacy is welcoming patients. This marks a significant milestone in our mission to provide comprehensive care to our patients, removing barriers and enhancing accessibility for our patients.

 

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Meet our Pharmacist

When visiting our new pharmacy, patients will receive personalized support from our pharmacist, Amber Etzel, PHARMD, RPH, to ensure they make informed decisions that best suit their needs. Click the link below for a video interview with one of the newest additions to the NeighborHub Health team!

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Open House Highlights

On March 7th, 2024 NeighborHub Health celebrated cutting-edge upgrades to our medical, dental, and behavioral health departments, a newly established pharmacy, our workforce development program, and recently relocated administrative offices with an Open House.

The highlight of the event was the renaming of our primary care clinic in honor of dedicated advocate Kate Bennett, former Chief Executive Officer of Cincinnati Health Network and champion of quality healthcare for underserved and marginalized populations. The healthcare clinic at our 40 E. McMicken location is now officially known as The Kate Bennett Primary Care Center.

Guests enjoyed facility tours and light refreshments immediately following the re-naming and ribbon cutting ceremony. 

Partnering to meet needs

NeighborHub Health partners with other area organizations to respond to the ever-changing needs of our patient population. This improves access to comprehensive, coordinated quality care while maximizing existing resources.

Securing funding for services

Funding for these services comes through a federal Health Care for the Homeless Grant, Ryan White Part C funding grant, insurance billings, and private donations.

FTCA Deemed Facility

NeighborHub Health receives HHS funding and has federal PHS deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

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