What free services does CoSMO offer me?

What services does CoSMO offer me for a small fee?

What should I bring to clinic for my first visit?

What should I expect during my visit to CoSMO?

What are the location and hours?

Frequently asked questions


 


What free services does CoSMO offer me?

Screening eligibility for government and private assistance programs
Complete medical histories and physicals
Health education
Social work services
Prescription drugs
Glucometers with test strips
Laboratory tests (blood, urine, stool)
X-rays
Cancer screening (prostate, colorectal, breast, and cervical)
HIV testing (either in clinic or through referral to confidential, anonymous services in Manhattan)
24-hour per day call center that connects to a physician who can answer all emergency questions or refer you to the ER if necessary

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What services does CoSMO offer me for a small fee?

Referrals to a specialist ($40 due at the time of the appointment)
CT Scan
MRI
Ultrasound

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What should I bring to clinic for my first visit?

1. Proof of income (tax return, pay stub, letter from employer, social security paperwork).

This information is essential if we are to obtain medications for you. It does not affect your healthcare or the other services available.

If a family member or friend supports you, then please bring a copy of their proof of income.

2. Calendar, to schedule future appointments.

3. Medications that you are currently taking.

4. Previous medical records, if available.

5. All questions and concerns.

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What should I expect during my visit to CoSMO?

First Visit: Enrollment
Screening to determine whether or not you are eligible for medical coverage through government programs
Social work and health education services
Duration: 1 hour.

Second Visit: Clinical Appointment
A complete medical evaluation
Appropriate testing and referrals
Health education on topics relevant to your healthcare, such as exercise, diet, or new diagnoses.
Duration: 1 to 2 hours.

Future Appointments
Scheduled as needed to ensure high quality continuity of care.
Evaluation of new or continuing healthcare needs.

Health education and social work services when appropriate

Duration: 1 hour.

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