Details: As one of only a few federally-qualified Community Health Centers on the Western Slope, UMC is dedicated to ensuring that all patients receive quality healthcare regardless of their ability to pay. We work with patients to determine what they can afford, establish relationships with specialists, and enroll them in programs to offset costs. At the Uncompahgre Medical Center, we are sensitive to rising healthcare costs, including that of healthcare insurance, which can be priced out-of-reach for some families.
Details: Since 1978, as others closed their doors to those without private health insurance, we have continued to open ours. From a single clinic we have now expanded into a network of health care facilities along the I-70 corridor from Parachute to Avon, and along the Roaring Fork Valley to Basalt. As a nonprofit, community-led, Federally Qualified Health Center system, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive, integrated health care for all. We firmly believe health care is a basic human right, not a privilege. Mountain Family currently serves more than 18,000 patients. Our system integrates medical, dental and behavioral care - a necessary measure for the vulnerable, who often show up in our clinics with medical problems related to poor teeth, substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety and other complicated combinations. We exceed national clinical outcome goals for childhood immunizations; hypertension control; tobacco screening and cessation; healthy weight screening, nutrition and activity counseling; depression screening and follow-up; early entry into prenatal care; and healthy birth weight babies. We were also recently rated Colorado’s top performing community health system for diabetes control.
Details: Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) is a 501(c) (3) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a 27-year history of providing primary care and other health-related services in a community-based setting. Established in 1989 in response to the primary health care needs of the medically indigent population in suburban Denver, MCPN has the largest population base of any FQHC in Colorado and provides primary care, dental, pharmacy, behavioral health, health education and outreach and enrollment services in accordance with its mission. MCPN’s current service area encompasses Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties and the Cities of Aurora, Arvada, Edgewater, Englewood, Lakewood, Littleton, Parker, and Wheat Ridge in the state of Colorado. From a single clinic in 1989, MCPN has grown into a large, integrated health care delivery system with more than 20 health center locations providing primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health, and wrap around services, including three School Based Health Centers (SBHCs) and a mobile dental van. In 2016, MCPN opened three additional locations within the service area, which will allow the organization to substantially increase service capacity. MCPN addresses the need for affordable and accessible medical, behavioral health, and dental care among low-income, uninsured, and underserved populations residing outside the city and county of Denver.
Details: We believe that everyone deserves the chance to achieve their best health. Every day, we partner with individuals throughout Northwest Colorado at their homes, in our clinics, and in the community because healthy people and families create a healthy community.
Details: Park Hill clinic, located on the corner of 33rd and Daliah, has been a part of the Denver community for 35 years. In that time, we have grown to serve a diverse population of more than 7,000 patients of all ages near the northern part of Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood. The center is certified as a Patient-Centered Medical Home, which means our team makes sure patients are actively guided through their care. Park Hill clinic also partners with the Colorado Black Health Collaborative, an organization committed to providing black communities with resources for sustaining optimal health and wellbeing, and the Mental Health Center of Denver, Dahlia Campus for Health and Wellness, whose mission is to enrich lives and minds by focusing on strengths and well-being, by spreading the word about all their programs available to the community. Multiple RTD bus routes surround the clinic, with frequent stops along Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.
Details: School-based health centers bring the doctor's office to the schools so students avoid health-related absences and get support to succeed in the classroom. Services are designed to identify problems early, provide continuity of care, and improve academic success.