Columbus – King-Lincoln Medical Center

NOW OPEN! King-Lincoln Medical Center is our newest location to provide quality primary care, specialized LGBTQ care, specialized HIV care, behavioral health, HIV/STI testing, HIV supportive services, and new at this location – dentistry services!

The mission of Equitas Health’s King-Lincoln Medical Center is to deliver high quality patient-centered, accessible, cost-effective, and timely primary health care to all; provide high impact prevention, health and wellness services; and be the gateway to good health for those at risk of or affected by HIV/AIDS, for the LGBTQ community, and for those seeking a welcoming healthcare home.

Address

750 E. Long St., Suite 3000
Columbus OH, 43203

Medical Center
(614) 340-6700

Fax
(614) 340-6787

Office Hours
Monday 9AM-5PM
Tuesday 9AM-5PM
Wednesday 9AM-7PM
Thursday 9AM-5PM
Friday 9AM-5PM

Testing Times

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday 12PM-3PM
Thursday 9AM-12PM

Available Services

Dentistry

Dental services now available in Dayton & Columbus!

Health Navigation

We help coordinate every aspect of your health care and wellness, so you can focus on your health.

HIV/AIDS Health Navigation

Even the most prepared can become overwhelmed navigating our country’s healthcare system and insurance options. We’ll help you navigate these paths to ensure you’re getting the care and treatment you need and deserve.

HIV/AIDS Specialty Care

Let us help you develop an HIV management plan that fits your life. Our comprehensive healthcare services for those living with HIV infection are flexible.

HIV/STI Testing

Experts believe up to 90 percent of new HIV infections could be stopped with the proper care and treatment. Likewise, the majority of STIs can be easily prevented, thus halting the spread. That’s why prevention is a big part of Equitas Health’s HIV and STI strategy, and that starts with getting tested.

Individual Psychotherapy

Life’s challenges can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to approach them alone. Our therapists are here for you — to listen, first and foremost, but also to help you cope with those challenges in a way that works for you.