To be eligible for services you must be uninsured.

Patients will be seen by the medical providers available at time of visit.

Clinic and Patient Rights

  • Treat you
  • Operate health care services
  • Law enforcement requests
  • Judicial and administrative proceedings related to legal actions
  • Healthcare fraud and abuse detection or compliance with the law
  • Use by another healthcare provider treating you
  • Government health oversight activities
  • Reports required by law to births, death, or disease
  • Reports required by law related to neglect and abuse, or domestic violence
  • Notifying a party about exposure to a possible communication disease
  • Averting a serious threat to public health and safety

  • Inspect and/or get a copy of your medical record
  • Receive an explanation of your diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis in terms you can understand
  • Refuse any treatment, except as prohibited by law
  • Request a change of information on your medical record if you think it is incorrect
  • Request a list of persons whom the Sheep Inc. Health Care Center shared your health information
  • Ask the Sheep Inc. Health Care Center to limit the information it shares
  • Ask for a copy of your privacy notice

If you have any questions or requests, please contact the Sheep Inc. Health Care Center.
412.856.7900 (ext 36)

DOWNLOAD FORMS

Consent To Treat Form

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CONSENT TO TREAT

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Notice of Privacy Form

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NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

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Patient Is Responsible For

 

  • Providing accurate information, including all medications and treatments, necessary to establish and follow your plan of care.
  • Asking questions if you do not understand the explanation of your diagnosis, treatment, prognosis or any instructions.
  • Following rules and regulations while in the facility.
  • Not carrying any type of weapons when receiving treatment.
  • Not harming or being abusive to other persons including staff.
  • Informing the health care professionals regarding any changes or reactions to medication and/or treatment.
  • Developing and participating in your treatment planning.

No Health Insurance? No Problem!

Monroeville: Every Thursday / 5:45pm-8:30pm
Turtle Creek: Every 1st Saturday / 3:00pm-5:30pm

Come visit our FREE Clinic where you’ll be greeted by local quality health care professionals that care about your well being.