ACV Health is proud to provide convenient, compassionate healthcare services in the Suwannee Valley region.


Our services range from primary and specialty care and rehabilitation to home health. Through our partner providers at the Copeland Medical Center, we also offer family dentistry,  audiologypodiatry and more.

At the Copeland Medical Center our convenient facilities make it easy to keep up with annual appointments. We are also here for you in instances of illness, injury or other concerns. To get in touch with our team please call our office.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.

Dr. Diane Dodgen with patient


If you are just getting started with ACV Health or are ready to become a patient start here.

If you have any questions, contact our team at 386-658-5300.


We are proud to offer our ACV Health patients comprehensive, compassionate care. 

Our providers and specialty care partners work diligently to provide helpful information to patients. Visit our blog to learn more.

Patient Portal

Copeland Clinic patients can access their health information through our convenient patient portal. For more information, please contact our team.


We are committed to making our services accessible to as many patients as possible.

For information regarding your particular insurance coverage, please call our office to discuss applicable copays, deductibles, and coinsurance. We accept most insurance plans and are happy to provide details on which insurance plans consider our services to be in-network as a courtesy. For more information, call the corresponding department. 

If you do not have insurance or have maxed out your benefits, give us a call to discuss a private payment plan.

Copeland Clinic Primary Care Notice
No one will be denied access to services due to an inability to pay. A discounted/sliding fee schedule is available based on your family size and income. For more information contact the Copeland Clinic at 386-658-5300.

Woman holding her throat

Dysphagia and Speech Therapy: What You Need to Know if You Have Trouble Swallowing

Many adults take the act of eating and swallowing for granted. For those with dysphagia, however, swallowing becomes difficult and painful, and eating can be a real struggle. Dysphagia is the medical term for difficulty swallowing. Although occasional swallowing difficulties are normal from time to time, such as eating too quickly or not chewing well enough, persistent dysphagia is cause for concern and may require medical treatment.

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Our facilities are equipped with a number of health and wellness amenities for patients and their families to enjoy. Copeland Community Center is home to exercise equipment and a wide selection of outdoor activities.

Visit the Copeland COMMUNITY CENTER

10420 Marvin Jones Blvd.
Live Oak, FL 32064
Copeland Community Center