The mission of Central City Community Health Center is to provide quality patient-centered health care and human services to low-income, underserved individuals in a culturally sensitive manner.
Central City Community Health Center (CCCHC) Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, Section-330 Federally Qualified Health Center. CCCHC was established in 1994 to serve low-income and medically underserved residents that fall below the 200-percent Federal Poverty Level.
To be recognized in Southern California as the PREMIER health care provider for the medically underserved and vulnerable population.
- Employing the best trained clinical and professional staff and providing comprehensive services in convenient locations
- Maintaining modern and attractive physical locations with accessible office hours that meet our patients/visitors needs
- Understanding and adapting to the expanding ethnic and cultural diversity and providing culturally sensitive services.
- Offering all services to patients at competitive fees with our neighboring health care providers, and seeking external grant and other financial resources in order to offer a discounted sliding fee based on family income to the medically underserved, medically uninsured and/or other special risk populations
our core values
- Respect each other and our patients
- Take Action and Solve problems proactively
- Demonstrate Passion for the work we do
- Serve the communities we work in
- Provide Excellent Service to Every Patient, Every Time
As of 2017 CCCHC owns and operates 15 community health centers serving 4 major counties in Southern California which includes Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County and Riverside County. The oldest is located in South Los Angeles and the newest addition is in Norco, Riverside County. CCCHC also operates three licensed mobile clinics. One mobile provides medical and mental health treatment to the homeless and migrant seasonal farm workers in Los Angeles and Orange County. While the second mobile services schools in the Anaheim, Garden Grove and Magnolia school districts.
CCCHC is a Community Partner (PCP) with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and the Department of Mental Health for Healthy Way LA and holds a Healthcare for the Homeless (HCH) subcontract. Central City also contracts with The Health Care Agency of Orange County to provide services to the indigent.