FAQs

What is WATCH?


WATCH stands for Wayne Action Teams for Community Health. The mission of WATCH is to provide a medical home with quality primary and acute health care to the uninsured of Wayne County. WATCH is a free health care clinic with three locations:

  • MOBILE UNIT
  • GOLDSBORO FAMILY YMCA
  • CAMPUS CLINIC AT WAYNE UNC HEALTHCARE




Where can I receive health care from WATCH?


WATCH is a free health care clinic with three locations: MOBILE UNIT -travels to predetermined locations in Wayne County each month. -Open M-TH, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm -Locations available upon request GOLDSBORO FAMILY YMCA 1105 Parkway Drive Goldsboro, NC -Open M-TH, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm CAMPUS CLINIC 2700 Wayne Memorial Drive Goldsboro, NC -located behind the Wayne UNC Health Emergency Department and Surgical Clinic -Open M-TH, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm -Fridays for walk-ins and lab work, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm




Who can receive health care from WATCH?


Any resident of Wayne County, NC that does not have health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, V.A. coverage, or Social Security Disability.




How do I receive health care from WATCH?


Call and set up an appointment: 919-731-6934 Bring to your appointment: 1) Proof of residency in Wayne County 2) All of your current medications 3) A list of your medical history 4) Photo ID




Can I just walk-in to WATCH if I am sick?


Walk-in appointments for established sick patients are available at the mobile unit and campus clinic. Walk-in hours are first thing in the morning and are on a first come, first served basis.




What if I don't speak English? No habla ingles?


If you do not speak English, please bring an interpreter. Por favor, triaga un traductor con usted.




Who are the health care providers at WATCH?


Each WATCH clinic is run by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant The Volunteer Medical Director is Clark Gaither, MD Volunteer physicians provide specialty clinics at specified dates and times




What services does WATCH offer?


• Primary health care • Chronic disease management • Health education • Referrals to specialists as appropriate • Laboratory tests and analysis • Diabetes management education • Medication Assistance Program • Health care providers who care




What types of medical problems do WATCH clinicians treat?


• Chronic diseases like: Diabetes Hypertension High cholesterol Acid reflux disease Asthma COPD • Acute illnesses like: Sinus infections Bronchitis Anemia Urinary tract infections Injuries





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