UF Health Archer Family Health Care, located in the rural community of Archer, is UF Health’s first nurse-led primary care clinic and offers comprehensive health services, including physical exams, immunizations, management of acute and chronic conditions, behavioral health counseling and treatment and more.
UF Health Archer Family Health Care offers high-quality primary care and behavioral health services for children, adults and families in Archer and the surrounding rural areas. Managed by the University of Florida College of Nursing, this clinic provides quality family medicine for all ages.
Our team includes family and psychiatric nurse practitioners, a practice manager and excellent support staff working together to serve as your community resource for quality primary care and family medicine services.
Archer Family Health Care offers patients complete primary care and family medicine services, including:
- Behavioral health evaluation and treatment including counseling and medication management
- Annual physical exams
- Diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses and acute conditions
- Management of chronic diseases
- Family planning services
- Preventive care
- Health education and disease prevention education
- Screening for early detection of cancers including colon, prostate, cervical and breast cancers
- Screening for chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and respiratory illnesses
- Medication consultation
- Ordering and interpretation of diagnostic tests
- Sports physicals
- Links to other community resources
Payment and Insurance
Many coverage and payment options are available. We are an approved provider with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Avmed, Aetna, GatorCare, Medicare and Medicaid.
For patients without insurance, fees are charged on a sliding scale based on total family household income. For more information or questions, contact Archer Family Health Care and ask for assistance at (352) 265-2550.
Providing Care for the Community
The College of Nursing’s nurse-led practice provides primary and mental health services to rural residences, who may not otherwise have access to care or the ability to pay.