The Alameda Health Consortium is a private, non-profit regional association of community health centers in Alameda County. We advocate for access to affordable, accessible health care for all. We foster partnerships to maximize limited resources and coordinate services for low-income vulnerable communities.
Alameda Health Consortium members are: Asian Health Services, Axis Community Health, La Clínica, LifeLong Medical Care, Native American Health Center, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Tri-City Health Center, and West Oakland Health Council.
Each member is a federally qualified, independently operated non-profit community health center. Together, the community health centers provide primary medical, behavioral health, dental care and supportive services to more than 350,000 patients in Alameda County and adjacent areas. The health centers operate more than 94 clinic sites and employ more than 1,700 providers and staff who are all dedicated to providing excellent, high-quality care.
Our member health centers formed Community Health Center Network in 1996 to participate more effectively in newly-launched state managed care programs. The formation of CHCN built upon 20 years of collaboration in health policy and advocacy work through the Alameda Health Consortium. CHCN is committed to excellent, affordable care for underserved communities of the East Bay. As a non-profit Medi-Cal managed care organization, it provides business administrative support for community health centers to focus on what matters most–patients.