Alameda Health Consortium (AHC) advocates for high quality health care for the underserved in the East Bay. As the regional association of community health centers in Alameda County, we collaborate as thought partners with policymakers to inform, shape and implement health policy changes.
People Receive Care
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Advocating for Communities
The Alameda Health Consortium advocates for health policies and new initiatives that increase access to health care for low-income and uninsured populations in Alameda County. We work with county, state, and federal elected officials to keep them informed about the impact of budget cuts and policies on community health center services and all member of our communities.
Our Health Centers
The invaluable experience of retired physicians
The Encore Physicians Program is pilot program at the Alameda Health Consortium that matches retired physicians to clinical roles in community health centers which deliver care to underserved populations. Leading this pilot program is Dr. Gerald Bourne, a retired cardiologist with 25 years of experience at Kaiser Vallejo. Dr. Bourne’s dedication to providing care for underserved community members and his wish to work directly with community health centers makes him the perfect leader of The Encore Physicians Program at Alameda Health Consortium. Read more.