About Hep B
Stop B Partners
Benefits and Enrollment
In addition, we're implementing programs to address mental health, a growing problem associated with rising life expectancy.
Our current services are listed below.
Basic health care (family doctor services).
LabCorp-provided inspections, lab testing, and radiology examinations.
Free or low-cost prescription drugs.
Free or low-cost routine blood tests.
Diabetes. [read more] [close]Hypertension.
We provide treatment and medication management, as well as educational services for diabetic patients.
Diabetic Retinopathy. [read more] [close]
Diabetes can damage blood vessels in the eyes, which leads to blindness if left untreated. For this reason, you should get regular eye exams if you're diabetic. Pan Asian's resident ophthalmologist, Dr. Jeffrey Chung, will perform these exams.
Learn more about Diabetic Retinopathy.
Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). [read more] [close]Hepatitis B screening, treatment, and treatment referral. See STOP B for more information.
This procedure tests for hidden blood in the stool, which can be an early sign of colon cancer. FIT is preferable to other tests since it has no drug or dietary restrictions; and since it detects only blood from the lower intestines, it tends to be more accurate and produces fewer false positives.
Learn more about FIT.
Mammogram screenings. [read more] [close]Mental health. See the corresponding page for more information.
If you're female and age 40 and above, you can receive a free annual mammogram screening at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. If you need additional treatment, we can refer you to appropriate providers through the Montgomery Cares network.
Woman's Wellness. [read more] [close]
If you're female, you are encouraged to have a Woman's Wellness checkup once a year. During these checkups, a female primary care doctor will administer a clinical breast exam and pap smear.
If you're age 40 and above, you will also be referred to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital for a mammogram screening. If you need additional treatment, we can refer you to appropriate providers through the Montgomery Cares network.
Patient followup care.
Public education and community outreach.
To find out if you're eligible for our services, please see the eligibility requirements.
To find out how to reach Pan Asian, please see the directions.
Most of our services are free; we welcome anyone who volunteers or donates so Pan Asian can continue to help people who need them.