Quality Healthcare For Every Patient

​The clinic offers the following medical services – at no charge – to qualified patients. At times, the scope of services may be modified based on the skill sets and resources of available staff and volunteers.

  • Basic health screenings, (blood pressure, diabetes, etc.)
  • Primary Medical, Dental, and Vision care; Dermatology; Cardiology; Physical Therapy; Gynecology; Chiropractic care; Education and Prevention counseling
  • Prescription drug advocacy programs
  • Health Care education and guidance
  • Referrals to other medical resources (specialists, hospitals for laboratory tests, x-rays, etc.)

Diagnosis and treatment of the following acute disorders are also offered:

  • Otitis media
  • Acute pharyngitis
  • Bronchitis
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Rashes
  • Back and muscle strains

Fayette CARE Clinic does not treat chronic pain.

Some of Examples of Medical Services:

Diabetes mellitus
Hypertension Arthritis
Irritable bowel syndrome
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Chronic rhinitis
Diagnosis & management of chronic disorders

Dr. Charles Bergstrom
Toni Guzi, ANP-BC
Renee King, NP-C
Tekeia Ward, NP-C
Ida Smith, NP-C
Rugiatu Bahr, FNP-BC
Karen Secor PA
Betsy Jackson – NP


Fayette CARE Clinic works closely with other medical facilities when patients require expertise or equipment not available on site. These referrals are available for our patients based on approval by our Medical Committee. The following organizations work closely with our clinic to provide these additional services when needed:

  • Piedmont Fayette Hospital
  • Northside Hospital
  • OutPatient Imaging (OPI)
  • Ankle & Foot Centers of Georgia​

Referrals will be required for: Ophthalmology, Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Computerized Tomography Scanning, Barium Imaging Studies, Ultrasound, Echocardiography, Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention, Surgical Services and Advanced Eye Care, Audiology, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, and Minor surgery.


Counseling provided by physicians and other medical professionals offers information with a goal of preventative care. Counseling is based on the individual needs of each patient. Seminars and educational literature on specific medical topics – including the impact of lifestyle on personal health – is also offered. Registered dietary and nutrition experts provide educational opportunities in the form of literature, personal counseling, and classroom sessions for those with special dietary needs.

  • McIntosh Trail

​NOTE: Patients with medical emergencies should be taken directly to the nearest hospital by their own means or using emergency services.