Rural health clinic (RHC) services
covers a range of outpatient primary care and preventive services in a rural health clinic (RHC). An RHC is a federally qualified health center (FQHC) that provides health care services in rural areas where there's a shortage of health care services.
You generally pay 20% of the charges, and the Part B
applies. You pay nothing for most preventive services.
RHCs furnish many outpatient primary care and preventive health services. RHCs are located in non-urbanized areas that are in medically underserved or shortage areas.