Celebrating our Consumer Advisory Panel (CAP)

By law, health center boards must be comprised of at least 51% consumers. Consumer board members are individuals who live in the community served by the health center, are patients, and represent others who are served by the health center in terms of demographics such as race, ethnicity, and gender.

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Natasha Dao
National Health Center Week 2019 - Health Care for the Homeless Day

Street Outreach Services and Veterinary Street Outreach Services (SOS and Vet SOS) is the mobile outreach component of SFCCC’s Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) program. Since 1988, SOS has provided high-quality, nonjudgmental health services directly to homeless people in places where they live and congregate. Although all health centers provide care to low-income people, the HCH program provides targeted funding to expand care in order to meet the needs of the most vulnerable.

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Join Us in Making a Difference!

As the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium and our partners prepare to launch the 2019-2020 National Health Corps Program, we are close to accepting our first NHC/ AmeriCorps San Francisco cohort!

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Highlights with our Community Healthcare Heroes

Thank you for all your support and for those that joined us at our 37th Anniversary Gala last night. It was our most successful event to date and we greatly appreciate your support! Here are some highlights with our Community Healthcare Heroes - San Francisco Mayor London Breed, California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, and California State Senator Scott Wiener.

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What Have SOS and Vet SOS Been Up To This Year?

SFCCC, SOS, and Vet SOS want to thank you for your support over the years. With your help, we have been able to extend our SOS team and implement a new EHR for Vet SOS, in addition to providing care to over 1000 homeless San Franciscans last year. Click the link to find out what else we have been up to so far in 2019!

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Today, SFCCC recognizes Alexa Canady

San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium is recognizing the achievements of African-Americans throughout #BlackHistoryMonth. Alexa Canady was the first African-American neurosurgeon in the U.S. in 1981. The significance of her accomplishments and what it meant for other African-Americans and women in medicine are immeasurable.

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