The CHC Difference
A Community Health Center is a different kind of healthcare home.
Officially known as a Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), health centers exist to provide quality care to all people no matter if they have insurance or not.
At most health centers, those services include primary medical, dental, and behavioral health care. Healthcare professionals at a Community Health Center work as a team, offering patients nearly seamless integrated, quality care.
How do they do it?
Community Health Centers receive funding only available to them through federal grant funding and elevated Medicaid reimbursement. They are also experts at providing great patient care on a limited budget.