CHC is now offering telehealth visits to patients. This service allows patients and clinicians to connect directly over the phone. Now you can be “seen” while in the comfort of your home, keeping you and others protected during this time. Please call us at 1 (866) 614-4636 to schedule an appointment. CHC is committed to keeping our communities healthy and safe by following best practices for social distancing.
Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, doesn’t have a cure, but there are things you can do to prevent the spread of any respiratory disease. Should you be worried that you have coronavirus, please call us at 1 (866) 614-4636 so we can connect you with a nurse that can help evaluate your symptoms and risk.
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast has been awarded $150,710 for Provider Engagement and Peer-to-Peer Learning as part of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) initiative. The ACEs Awareness Initiative has provided grant funding to 100 organizations throughout California to design and implement training and education activities for health care providers and other organizations that serve Medi-Cal beneficiaries.
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast is operating three locations to handle patients who may have Covid-19.
The locations are in Templeton, Five Cities and Santa Maria.
CHC patients who are tested will have their results within 24-hours.
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast (CHC) is asking the public for donations of cash, respirators, and disinfectant wipes. CHC has clinics in San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County. Operators say they’re seeing hundreds of new patients concerned about their possible exposure to the novel coronavirus and seeking testing.