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Clearwater

CAN Community Health at Metro – Clearwater

2349 Sunset Point Road #405
Clearwater, FL 33765
(727) 216-6193

Clinic Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:  9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wednesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (no medical provider)

Friday:  8:00 am to 12:30 pm

Services provided at this location include:

  • Primary and Transgender Care
  • HIV/AIDS
  • STDs
  • Hepatitis C
  • 340B Program
  • HIV Testing
  • Ryan White Case Management – Case managers work to meet needs and secure access to services for consumers, including but not limited to, the following:
    • Medical & Dental Care
    • Emergency Food & Clothing
    • Transportation
    • Substance Abuse Treatment
    • Mental Health Services
    • Medications
    • Legal Assistance
    • Support Groups
    • Educational Materials

CAN Community Health Pharmacy of Clearwater
Main Number: (844) 370-6204
Pharmacy Hours
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Click here to go to our pharmacy website

Insurance Plans:

Medicare, Medicare RR, Medicaid, Aetna, Ambetter/Sunshine, Clear Health Alliance, Cigna, Coventry MCR, Coventry FL, Coventry National, FL BC/BS, Hum MCD, Humana MCR, Humana Commercial, MultiPlan, PHCS, PHCS Savility, Simply, Staywell/Wellcare MCD, Sunshine, UHC Commercial and Medicare and WellCare/Staywell

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vilma M. Vega, MD, Medical Director-Clearwater, New Port Richey

Dr. Vilma Vega received her medical degree from the University of Illinois, where she developed a passion to practice infectious disease. During her training at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami, she felt a strong calling to care for HIV/AIDS patients at a time when it was not popular. Dr. Vega is Board Certified in Infectious Disease and also certified as an HIV/AIDS specialist.  She has been a physician with the Infect... read more

Michael Karagiozis, DO-Clearwater (CAN at Metro), New Port Richey (CAN at Metro), Ybor (CAN at Metro)

Dr. Karagiozis' experience with HIV began more than 30 years ago. Assigned to Hollywood Community Hospital for his student clinical rotations, he discovered that virtually the entire fifth floor was populated by men dying of the new and mysterious disease called AIDS. That early educational experience —at a time when the cause of HIV disease and potential treatments were little more than guesses and speculation  —formed the core of... read more