Standing with the community

Community health centers were established in response to the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The Office of Economic Opportunity established what was initially called “neighborhood health centers” as a War on Poverty demonstration program. The aim of these clinics was to provide access points to health and social services to medically under-served and disenfranchised […]

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SAFETY IN LIGHT OF COVID-19 & THE GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS

Bay Area Community Health (BACH) promotes community health in all ways. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, BACH staff have implemented screenings of all patients, visitors and staff coming into the clinics and administrative offices. With the protesting, BACH leadership is concerned with the safety of its patients and staff. In response, BACH has changed the operating […]

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Tri-City Health Center & Foothill Community Health Center merge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 29, 2020 San Jose, CA – On June 1, Foothill Community Health Center (FCHC) and Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) will merge to create Bay Area Community Health, one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Centers in Northern California. The merger comes from a management relationship between the two health center organizations, […]

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