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Primary Care and Wellness Centers

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The City of Montgomery, Montgomery County, and the Montgomery Sanitary Water and Sewage Board have joined forces to provide Primary Care and Wellness Centers. These Centers provide primary medical care and extensive wellness services for all active employees, retirees and their eligible dependents. The only other qualifier is that you and your family members must be on the Cities Health Insurance Plan.

Both Centers offer extensive wellness services such as weight management counseling, exercise counseling, smoking cessation and disease management. The Center can also see children 7 years and older.

Every service provided within the walls of the Center is free to you. You will be asked for your Blue Cross Blue Shield Card to verify your eligibility to use the Center. No claims will be filed on your card.

If you are not already registered to use the Center the next page gives you information on how to register. Once registered, you will be able to start using the Centers immediately. Appointments can be made on line or by toll free number (next page). Please arrive for your appointment 10 minutes prior to your scheduled time. Providers are a 90/10 mix of physicians and certified nurse practitioners. The Center provider can also dispense up to 185 generic drugs and can also write scripts to be filled by an outside pharmacy if needed. The Centers cannot fill prescriptions written by another provider. You must be seen by a provider to receive prescriptions.

Center Locations: 300 N. Hull Street  |  310 N. Hull Street  |  3485 Interstate Court


Health Risk Check Ups
Wellness Program Office Referral Form

Beginning January 2014 and each year thereafter, everyone will have their health screening during their birthday month.

Risk Management will send out ONE reminder in the month prior to your birthday month. It will go to the address you have listed in the payroll system. If you do not get your HRC completed by the end of your birthday month at CareHere or your Private Physician you will have to pay an extra $12.50 per pay period until your next birthday month rolls around. It will probably take about one or two pay periods after your birthday month ends to see the increase in your check.

If you go to your private physician to have this done it must be completed in the same time period and you must fill out the private physician form.

  • YOU MUST FAST FOR TWELEVE HOURS PRIOR TO HAVING BLOOD DRAWN AND DRINK PLENTY OF WATER.
  • AT CAREHERE YOU MUST MAKE A RETURN VISIT SO THE CAREHERE DOCTOR CAN GO OVER THE LAB RESULTS WITH YOU.
  • YOU CAN GO ONLINE TO www.carehere.com OR CALL 1-877 423-1330 FOR AN APPOINTMENT

Use of Tobacco- City of Montgomery Tobacco-Free Policy

Tobacco Free Affidavit

I. PURPOSE
Tobacco use is a major cause of preventable and premature death in the United States. The City of Montgomery (“City”) is committed to providing its employees and visitors to City property with a healthy, tobacco free environment.

II. POLICY
Effective January 1, 2012, tobacco use will be prohibited on all City property, City facilities and premises and City-owned vehicles. This prohibition includes any and all buildings, owned, leased, rented and grounds maintained, parking lots, ramps, and contiguous sidewalks; and in vehicles owned or leased by the City.

III. APPLICABILITY
This policy applies to all employees, visitors, vendors, and patrons. All employees are encouraged to communicate this policy with courtesy, respect, and diplomacy, especially with regard to visitors.

IV. SIGNAGE
The City will post signs about the policy appropriately throughout the applicable facilities.

V. VIOLATIONS
Any City employee who violates this policy shall be subject to disciplinary action in the same manner as other job performance issues. Continuing violations may also result in suspension or dismissal.

VI. ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
All Cabinet Members, Department Directors, Division Chiefs, Managers, Supervisors, and Foremen are responsible for communicating this policy to City employees and for enforcement of this policy.

Last updated: 5/2/2014 11:18:15 AM