We're Glad You're Here!

At Affinity Health Center, we want to make your first visit as smooth as possible. We ask for information to help you get the care you need at a price you can afford. You'll find it helpful to prepare some information before you come in for your appointment. It's a good idea to write down any questions you want to ask about your medical care so you don't forget. We're ready for most situations but let us know if you need special assistance like an interpreter. If you have questions or need to reschedule your appointment call us at 803-909-6363.

What to Expect

Your first visit is usually a consultation where you and your provider get to know each other. Follow-up appointments will be made for medical issues, annual physicals, or lab work. Specialty referrals will be made if needed.

What to Bring

Please download and fill out your new patient forms and bring them with you to your appointment. If you have no income, fill out the Income Statement form. You can fill these out on a computer and print them or print the blank forms to fill out by hand. Please review our Notice of Privacy Practices that explains how we keep your protected health information safe and confidential.

Download New Patient Forms - English
Download New Patient Forms - Spanish
Download Income Statement - English
Download Income Statement - Spanish
Download Notice of Privacy Practices - English
Download Notice of Privacy Practices - Spanish

  • Medications List
    Bring a list of your current medicines or bring your medicines with you.
  • Insurance Card
    If you have insurance, bring your Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, or other insurance information.
  • Photo ID
    If your photo ID does not have your current address bring something to show where you live now.
  • Income Verification
    Check stubs, Social Security income statement, unemployment benefits statement, W2, or current tax return.
  • Household Information
    Names, birth dates and social security numbers of your household members. Proof of guardianship if the appointment is for a child and you are not their custodial parent.
  • Medical Records
    Copy of medical records or names and contact information of places you have received medical care.

Help for HIV and/or Hepatitis C Treatment

Our Linkage Coordinator provides personal assistance to our clients living with HIV or seeking treatment for Hepatitis C. To make an appointment for these services call Connie Wilson at 803-909-9730. It's helpful to bring the following documentation: proof of HIV or Hepatitis C status, like a reactive HIV or HCV test result or most recent HIV viral load or HCV RNA lab report. If applicable, bring contact information for places where you have received HIV care in the past.

Preparing for Your Appointment

WRHI's Chris Miller interviews Lue Massey, Case Management Supervisor, about preparing for your medical visit and making the most of your doctor's appointment.

Get help using the Patient Portal and connecting with TeleVisits.

Meet Our Providers

Get to know your Doctor or Nurse Practitioner before your appointment on Our Providers page.