Primary Care

Primary Care is a service of the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County. This program provides routine health care for children and adults who are unable to afford basic health care.

What Does Primary Care Do?

The Primary Care Program provides the services of nurses, nurse practitioners, and/or physicians for minor/uncomplicated medical conditions. Limited laboratory tests are available, if ordered by the Primary Care Program.

Our Physician Will NOT Prescribe:

  • Lortab

  • Percocet

  • Soma

  • Oxycontin

  • Darvocet

  • Vicodin

  • Xanax

Primary Care Does Not Provide:

  • Emergency care

  • Care for complicated medical conditions

  • Specialist care (even if referred by Primary Care)

  • Hospital care

  • Emergency Room visits

  • Medications

Where is the Primary Care Clinic?


It is located at the health department's Milton location:


Milton Office

5527 Stewart Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Clinic Hours:

Wednesday 8–10:30 a.m. and 1–3:00 p.m.

To make an appointment please call (850) 983-5200 and choose option 3.

Who is Eligible?

This service is provided on a sliding fee scale determined by income.

What About Problems Occurring When the Clinic is Closed?

You should phone the Santa Rosa Medical Center Emergency Room, 850-623-9741 or Gulf Breeze Hospital, 850-934-2000. They will give you advice on how to handle your problem. Please note: Primary Care does not cover after-hours care. Those services not covered by Primary Care will have to be paid for by you.

Other Beneficial Links

Healthy Children

Kid Care


This page was last modified on: 05/13/2014 11:59:33