Wake Health Services changed its name to Advance Community Health in August 2015. The name was changed to distinguish it from government human service agencies and to represent communities served beyond Wake County.
Comprehensive primary care services are provided by a .5 FTE Family Practice Physician, a 1.0 FTE Family Nurse Practicioner, a Registered Nurse and a Licensed Clinical Addiction … More
Appalachian Mountain Community Health Centers was awarded a Health Care for the Homeless grant in the spring of 2015, with the support of Mission Health.… More
On May 5, 2015, US Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell came to Charlotte to announce an award that allows CCHC to be designated as a Federally Qualified Health Clinic (FQHC). FQHC status will also allow CCHC to begin serving low-income patients with health insurance. In making the announcement at CCHC, Secretary Burwell said, “Health centers are … More
The Goshen Medical Center (GMC) – Eastpointe homeless project provides comprehensive health care and mental health services to the homeless and migrant population. To accomplish these goals, GMC-Eastpointe collaborates with the County Health Department, Social Services, Housing Authority, and vocational rehabilitation.
Lincoln Community Health Center operates a Health Care for the Homeless project on the campus of the Urban Ministries Shelter and Community Kitchen in downtown Durham. Medical and social work services are provided to men, women, and children who are residing at any of Durham's shelters, recovery centers, domestic violence facilities, and to those who are living on the streets or in their cars.
MedNorth Health Center’s service delivery model includes a free-standing facility designed to provide primary health care and limited dental services. Primary health care services include physical examinations, diagnosis and treatment for chronic diseases, treatment for upper respiratory infections and skin diseases, screening for communicable diseases, and podiatry screening. The clinic site is adjacent to a homeless shelter.
OIC’s ultimate goal is to help transform Eastern North Carolina by helping people, one household at a time, take control of their own destiny with information, services, access and encouragement. We provide comprehensive employment, training, business and health services that strengthen opportunities for people in the communities we serve.… More
Piedmont Health Services uses the patient-centered medical home model of care that focuses on coordinated primary care and specialty care as appropriate.
Piedmont Health was awarded a Health Care for the Homeless grant in 2015.
- Comprehensive Health Care
- Medical Services
- Dental Care
- Nutrition Counseling
- Disease Management
- Health Support
Southside United Health Center began as an outgrowth of community organizing activities lead by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods and six neighborhood associations in southeastern Winston-Salem in 2003. Leaders from Morningside, Southside, Waughtown Street, Easton, Flatrock and Belview neighborhoods identified healthcare as a community need that is critical to a healthy neighborhood.
Southside is a New Access Point awardee launching its … More
In November 2010, six medical practices in Guilford County merged to become Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine, Inc. Over the years each of these practices (Guilford Child Health, Inc., HealthServe Community Health Clinic and High Point Adult Health) have worked to improve the health and wellbeing of the patients they served. Collectively, these medical practices have provided 74 years of … More
Western North Carolina Community Health Services, Inc. (WNCCHS) is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt corporation based in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina.
During the last decade of the 20th century, Buncombe County experienced significant growth. The decade was also marked by explosive growth in health care costs. These trends were accompanied by sustained increases in the number of uninsured persons, placing