Details: Thrive Alabama is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with locations in Huntsville, Florence, and Albertville. The agency serves more than 4,000 people with services that include adult primary healthcare, pediatrics, behavioral healthcare, sexually transmitted infection treatment, HIV prevention, nutritional counseling, social work services, and more. For more information about Thrive Alabama, visit www.thrivealabama.org.
Details: The mission of the Family Health Care Clinic, Inc. is to work towards ensuring the highest obtainable level of physical and dental health for every individual eligible for services; increase the accessibility, acceptability, continuity, and quality of health care and well being of every citizen; contain cost of health resources; foster the development of health education and screening programs which can be accomplished within the resources available; perform and carry out other such functions as may be necessary to improve the health of residents of the services area; assure the safety of the patient and general public when facilities and services are utilized; and perform other charitable purposes as may be amended from time to time or per any applicable federal or state laws or rules and regulations may from time to time be in affect.
Details: Since 1979, Family Health has provided comprehensive primary care services throughout Mobile County. There are now ten health center sites spanning from Mount Vernon to Tillman’s Corner to Baldwin County. The sites, which are all designated as Federally Qualified Health Centers, are strategically located where the needs are the greatest and access to care is most limited. Family Health is accredited by the Joint Commission and has been designated as a Primary Care Medical Home through the Joint Commission since 2013. Our mobile health unit, which features two state-of-the-art exam rooms, also brings primary care and wellness screenings to residents within communities who might not otherwise have the means to travel to a health center. The Mobile County Health Department, the parent organization of Family Health, is a Federal Tort Claims Act deemed facility. The mission of Family Oriented Primary Health Care Clinic, Inc. (FOPHCC) is to provide high quality, culturally diverse primary care, preventive health services, dental care and social services to all those in need regardless of ability to pay. We are a partnership between the Family Oriented Primary Health Care Governing Council and the Mobile County Health Department, connected by a joint vision of a healthier Mobile County and unified in a mission "to serve the residents of Mobile County by providing high quality comprehensive primary care, regardless of social circumstances or ability to pay, for the improvement and protection of the public's health".
Details: Cahaba Valley Health Care is a nonprofit organization based in central Alabama dedicated to providing access to quality healthcare for the underserved communities in Jefferson and Shelby Counties.
Details: The Wellness Coalition works with our community partners to coordinate services and share information to increase quality, efficiency and effectiveness of health care services. We focus on improving access to health care for persons with chronic diseases and limited or no health insurance in Central Alabama. We provide health care access services primarily to the River Region’s non-elderly adults who have chronic diseases (diabetes, heart disease, asthma, obesity and others) and no health insurance - an estimated 45,622 individuals (2010 census). We also provide, through service contracts with local agencies, services for persons of other ages, such as elderly and children or those who are underinsured; and we provide community health and wellness interventions in other venues such as churches and community agencies.
Details: Health Services, Inc. is a progressive healthcare organization specializing in innovative quality patient care, integrating physical, mental and social well-being. The focus on a broader spectrum of health including primary medical care, mental & behavioral health, and social health services offers a well-rounded approach for happier, healthier patients. HSI has served the community for over 45 years and is the first Federally Qualified Health Center in Alabama to earn dual accreditation with the Joint Commission and has earned their Gold Seal of Approval by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety as a Primary Care Medical Home as well as having Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation.
Details: Southeast Alabama Rural Health Associates (SARHA) is a private, non-profit corporation established in 1983 to insure the availability of quality medical services to all residents of southeast Alabama. SARHA currently provides primary and preventive health services to the residents of Barbour, Coffee, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Pike and surrounding counties.