Sickle Cell Services, HIV Education & Outreach, Wellness and More!
Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency (PHSSCA) has served North Carolina communities since 1970. Our mission is to provide outreach, education, screening and case management for people with high-risk health problems. Our vision is to be a leading community-based preventive health and outreach agency for all people.
PHSSCA provides comprehensive sickle cell services in the following North Carolina counties: Alamance, Carteret, Caswell, Craven, Cumberland, Forsyth, Greene, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Mecklenburg, Pamlico, Randolph, Robeson, Rockingham and Wayne counties.
In addition to sickle cell services, we also provide many other vital services such as HIV/AIDS education and outreach, child development programs and free wellness clinics. Call us toll free at (800) 733-8297 to find out more about our services and how we can help you!
Sickle Cell Documentary Coming Soon!
Our new documentary about the challenges of sickle cell disease, the health disparities involved and the need for more education and funding is coming soon! Check out this trailer and watch this space for the full documentary to come!
Notice of Modified Office Hours
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have modified our office hours.
Effective March 19, 2020, our staff will be working remotely from home. For the safety of our clients and staff, our offices will be closed to the general public. We made this decision based on the recommendations of Gov. Roy Cooper and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Please be aware that we did not make this decision lightly and we remain fully committed to serving our clients’ needs.
If you have an immediate need, please call your area office listed below. If you have an emergency call 911
Main Office (Greensboro): 1-800-733-8297
High Point (336) 886-2437
Charlotte (704) 910-2002
Fayetteville (910) 229-2393
Goldsboro (919) 288-2323
Jacksonville (910) 333-8713
Winston-Salem (336) 725-9181
Thank you for allowing us to serve you. Please stay safe and adhere to the restrictions that have been recommended.
Kathy M. Norcott