All new patients are required to attend the Patient orientation Class before being seen at the clinic. To quality for treatment
at the clinic, patients must have NO health insurance (this includes, but is not limited to: Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, commercial insurance,
employer health insurance, union health insurance, VA health benefits, etc), and income cannot exceed 200% of the Federal poverty level.
To save time, you can download and begin filling out your orientation forms using the link below.
New Patient Qualification Forms
New patient orientation is held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month (except those falling on a holiday)
beginning at 9:00 AM and it will last about an hour. Patients will be provided
general information about the clinic, clinic guidelines, and patient will also fill out all forms for qualification and meet with a GDH representative for qualification.
Patients requesting to see a provider on a Thursday that is orientation day can arrive at the clinic by 9:00 AM with documents required,and that patient
will be guaranteed to be seen that afternoon by a provider. If a patient requests to see provider on a Thursday that is not orientation day, then that patient must wait until following week.
There is no need to call beforehand, just arrive for the meeting at 9:00 AM.
Patients are REQUIRED to bring with them:
a. PROOF OF INCOME or lack of it.
This can be in the form of one or all of the following:
- Current year's income tax return (first two pages).
- Current months check stubs.
- Two months bank statement.
- Labor department print out of earnings.
b. LETTER OF SUPPORT - If patient is supported by another person, you must bring a letter stating such and signed by that person
c. PHOTO ID
d. SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
c. LIST OF MONTHLY EXPENSES
e. Any type of Social Security documents they have received for the entire family. i.e. Medicaid letter, SSI award letter, food stamp award letter,
support award letter for dependent children.
f. List of all medications they are currently taking and dosages. Patient may bring prescription bottles.
g. NOTE: IF YOU ARE A NEW PATIENT, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE ORIENTATION CLASS BEFORE YOU WILL
BE ABLE TO RECEIVE MEDICAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CLINIC.
HOW TO SEE THE DOCTOR:
To be seen by a provider Thursday afternoon, please call between
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM on that same Thursday morning. You will
then be assigned an appointment time for later that day. Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment time.
The clinic waiting room opens at 1:00 PM on Thursdays,
so please take this into consideration when planning your visit to the Rock Springs Clinic.
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Thursday: 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday pick-up is only available if you have been notified that your medicine is ready.
The Rock Springs Clinic is continually seeking new ways to serve the community and those in need, but if you require a service that the clinic
does not provide, or if you are located too far from the clinic, be sure to check the following link to the Georgia Charitable Care Network for a
list of free clinics in Georgia.
In Need of Transportation?
You can schedule transportation to the clinic through a private transportation company.
Transition Commute Solutions - 1.855.407.7433
Cost: $2 each way. Drivers accept cash only. Patient is responsible for scheduling, payment, and any other conflicts concerning transportation.
Schedule pick-up appointments several days in advance to insure you are on the list to be picked up. Call Transition Commute Solutions for further information.
Rock Springs Clinic is not responsible for scheduling, payment, or any other conflicts of arrangments with Transition Commute Solutions. This is the sole
responsibility of patient requesting transportation.
The Rock Springs Clinic is currently not staffed to handle all mental and behavioral healthcare needs. For patients requiring more specialized care and treatment, the clinic has partnered with several other clinics and facilities Barnesville, Griffin, and Thomaston. The following mental and behavioral health partners can be of assistance:
Upson County Counselor
Hours: 8AM - 5PM
713 Andrews Dr.
Thomason, GA 30286 Go by to pick up paperwork
Lamar County Behavior Center
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 8AM - 2PM
133 Forsyth St.
Barnesville, GA 30204
Behavior Health Center
Hours: Monday through Friday 8AM - 3PM
1574 Williamson Rd.
Griffin, GA 30224
Hours: Wednesday 8AM - 12PM
101 Commerce Place, Suite 3
Barnesville, GA 30204
244 Odell Road, Suite 6
Griffin, GA 30224