Health & Emergency Services

Provincetown Health Services

We hope your stay in Provincetown is a healthy one. We don’t expect you to need any of these services, but they’re here if you do.

Primary & Emergency Care
Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) is a nonprofit community health center located at 49 Harry Kemp Way. It offers primary care, urgent walk-in services, mental health services, and onsite pharmacy, and some specialties. Call for hours 508-487-9395.

Sexual Health
testNtreat program at Outer Cape Health is a program offering STI/HIV prevention services at their Provincetown Health
Center. Services include HIV, HEP C, STI testing/treatment: PrEP navigation and access: and nPeP access.

Aids Support Group of Cape Cod
The AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod saves lives through prevention, education, and life-sustaining services that address
public health crises to build healthy communities across the Cape and Islands.

Their roots are in Provincetown, where in the early 1980’s community members joined together to respond to the emerging
AIDS epidemic. Many of the agency’s direct services include comprehensive medical case management, transportation
assistance, housing assistance, access to food and nutrition services, and wide range of other services to help people living with
HIV/AIDS lead healthy lives.

Services now also include addiction recovery, Prevenition/STI, Harm Reduction, and the opioid epidemic. Opioid overdoses
are now the fastest growing cause of death since the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s. throughout the crisis, ASGCC has been at
the forefront, fighting to save lives.

Dental Services
No one wants to see a dentist on vacation, but sometimes that’s inevitable. You can see Scott Allegretti at Provincetown Dental
Arts at 135 Bradford Street, 508-487-2800, or Cheryl Andrews at Provincetown Dental Associates, 86 Harry Kemp Way, 508-487-9936.

There is a pharmacy at Stop & Shop and another at the CVS on Bradford Street, as well as the pharmacy at OCHS. (ptownie
tip: When possible, please use the OCHS pharmacy. The community clinic is largely financed by the pharmacy, and we all need
to keep this nonprofit open and supported!)

There’s more where that came from! Ptownie has insider tips for all of your Provincetown adventures. Check out our 2021 Guide to Getting Around Provincetown, MA!