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Access Kershaw is an initiative led by the Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County and funded through the Duke Endowment. Access Kershaw connects individuals with meaningful resources.

We understand what it's like to navigate the many challenges of our healthcare system and other social services. Our resources don't stop at healthcare. We also assist with employment opportunities, housing, access to healthy food, and much more.

Services include: 

  • Affordable Medical Care
  • Primary Care Doctor (family doctor)
  • Affordable Insurance 
  • Medicaid
  • Rx Assistance
  • SNAP (Food Stamps) and other Food Assistance
  • Vision/Dental Needs
  • Mental Health Support
  • Substance Use Support
  • Basic Needs (Housing, Utilities, Transportation)

Need help? Give us a call at 803-900-1614.

Access Kershaw staff talk about their roles in connecting clients with needed services. 

 

 

Transitional Care

Jodi Rodgers
Community Care Coordinator

Jodi Rodgers, CHW a Community Care Coordinator with Access Kershaw

Transitional Care is the coordination of your healthcare once you leave the hospital. The goal of our program is to provide complete care that may prevent you from being readmitted to the hospital.   

You are eligible to participate in this program at no cost if…

  • you are a Kershaw County resident
  • you have no health insurance AND
  • you are hospitalized or placed under outpatient observation at MUSC Kershaw Medical Center.
     

 

What can I expect from the Transitional Care Team?

  • A personal coach to help coordinate your medical care after you are discharged from the hospital
  • Prevention of unnecessary hospital readmission through patient education 
  • Help with finding a Primary Care Provider
  • Assistance in managing medications
  • Possible enrollment in other assistance programs
  • Regular contact with your assigned Community Care Coordinator

 

Library Partnership

Kershaw County Library Social Worker

The Kershaw County Library is here to help when you need health care and/or basic needs. Our library social worker assists with a variety of services aimed at improving your health and well-being. All assistance is free and available to the public. 

Michaela Thompson, MSW, is here to help with health care and/or basic needs. Walk-in hours are Wednesdays and Fridays, in Camden, from 9 AM—12 PM and 1 PM—5 PM. On alternating Tuesdays, Michaela will be in Bethune/Elgin (hours vary by location).

To make an appointment, contact Michaela Thompson at 803-729-7062 or michaelat@kershawcountylibrary.org.

Services included:

  • Affordable Medical Care
  • Primary Care Doctor (family doctor)
  • Affordable Insurance 
  • Medicaid
  • Rx Assistance
  • SNAP (Food Stamps) and other Food Assistance
  • Vision/Dental Needs
  • Mental Health Support
  • Substance Use Support
  • Basic Needs (Housing, Utilities, Transportation

 

 

Our Partners


 

 

How to Find Us

Phone: 803-900-1614

Address:

West Wateree Medical Complex

Suite 300 

1165 HWY 1 South

Lugoff, SC 29078

 

 

 

 

Access Kershaw team luncheon
Access Kershaw team luncheon

The Access Kershaw team enjoys a lunch together.

Call 803.713.0806 to schedule your free healthcare appointment.

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