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Community Clinics and Health Centers (CCHCs) are nonprofit health care practices located in low income and medically underserved areas. CCHCs share a common mission to serve everyone who walks through their doors, regardless of their ability to pay. The term CCHC includes Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), FQHC Look-Alikes, Migrant Health Centers, Rural and Frontier Health Centers, and Free Clinics. CCHCs are an essential segment of the safety net. In many California counties and districts, they provide a significant proportion of comprehensive primary care services to those who are publicly subsidized or uninsured. The following profile has been compiled for California's Assembly District #5.
Community Health Centers
Locations in the district

16

Number of Centers

262,239

Total Visits

77,836

Total Patients

$55,381,762

Total Operating Revenue

Patients
by Race
Patients
by Ethnicity
Patients
by Income Level
Patients
by Gender
Patients
By Age
Number of Encounters by Type
Other services include:  Women's Health, Pharmacy, Urgent Care, Radiology, Basic Lab, Vision, Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse
Other Services
Number of Centers with Services
Patients by Payer Source
Total Revenue
Revenue by source

464,994

Total Population

165,706

Households

13.49%

College Educated

5.09%

Unemployment Rate

15.57%

Poverty Rate
CCHC data is sourced from California's Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, 2016