About Hometown Health Clinic

About us2024-06-28T11:10:43-05:00

Hometown Health Clinic has been your local community healthcare provider for more than forty years. Hometown Health Clinic is owned and medically directed by Dr. Bryan Merrick and Dr. Terry Colotta. The delivery of healthcare has changed dramatically over the years but trust between the patient and provider as a fundamental value remains constant. Part of our mission is to engage providers that live and work within the hometown communities they serve.

Our providers specialize in integrated primary care to provide a seamless and effective model to treat the whole person’s health needs, including acute care and disease prevention through end of life. This model encompasses both physical and mental health in partnership with the patient and their loved ones. In addition to integrated primary care, we also serve patients with substance use disorders through our Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) program.

Hometown Health Clinic facilities are conveniently located in the cities of Bruceton, Camden, Dresden, Gleason, Huntingdon, and McKenzie.

Thanks to our partners and community!

Patient-Centered Medical Home
Hometown Health Clinic is your Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH).  This means we team up with you to emphasize team and evidence-based care through communication and coordination.

Our approach is a team approach utilizing providers,  nursing staff,  care coordinators, referrals,  and diet and exercise education to treat the whole person, not just the disease.  Our electronic health record allows us to use real time clinical decision support and best practices from the USPST for clinical support on medication and preventive measures.

As a patient you’ll be kept up to date with all pertinent information about your conditions, progress, and screening results. Sign up for our patient portal for quick and easy access to your test results, make appointments,  request medication refills or to message your provider.  To help, be an active team player.  Tell your team about other healthcare professionals who care for you, set goals with your provider that you can reach, and make sure you know how to follow the plan that you and your provider work out.  Let your team know what is working and what is not working so that we can make changes together.

Check out our “News” page for educational videos or click below for some great educational and self- management resources to help you manage your conditions.






If you have questions about the program, please contact our PCMH Care Coordinator, Debbie Hubble  at 731-352-4027 or  your provider at 731-352-7907.  Our team looks forward to continuing to care for you for better health.

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